Queer Studies Lecture Series Spring 2017
Presented by the Women's and Gender Studies Department
Mondays, 12:05-12:55, Ives Hall 101
All Lectures Free and Open to All
1/30 Fresh! White, "It's You!; Mindfulness and Self-care, Are the Path to Powerful Change."
2/6 Sarah Schulman, "Conflict Is Not Abuse: Overstating Harm, Community Responsibility, and the Duty of Repair."
2/13 Honey Mahogany, "A History of Honey: A journey of self-discovery, performance art, and queer identity politics."
2/20 Brooke Lober, "Women Against Imperialism: Feminist Activism, both Personal and Political"
2/27 Emily Hobson, "Liberation Through Solidarity: Lessons from the Gay and Lesbian Left"
3/6 Cáel Keegan, "Thick with the Future: Bound and the Utopian Queer/Trans Horizon"
3/27 Aron Kantor, "Playing With Gender and Sexuality in Queer Film"
4/3 Faith Cheltenham, "Intersection Electric: An Interactive Tour of Black and Bisexual Histories/Culture (with games!)"
4/10 Angel Rafael Vázquez-Concepción and Juliana Delgado Lopera, "Unearthing Queer Latinidad"
4/17 Johanna Brieding, "Epitaph for Family"
4/24 Anna Mollow, "Fat Justice Is Totally Queer"
5/1 Mia Satya, "Trans Resistance to Trump"
The Queer Studies Lecture Series is made possible thanks to the WGS Department, Queer Studies Minor, SSU Instructionally Related Activities Program, Associated Students Productions, HUB, and Chican@ and Latin@ Studies. Questions? Contact WGS Chair Don Romesburg: firstname.lastname@example.org