Trans Studies in the Virtual Age: A Conversation and Q&A with Allucquére Rosanne "Sandy" Stone and Cassius Adair
- Allucquére Rosanne "Sandy" Stone, academic and performance artist
- Cassius Adair, Assistant Professor of Media Studies, The New School
Join us for an event with academic and performance artist Allucquére Rosanne "Sandy" Stone, who is commonly credited with founding the field of transgender studies, and Cassius Adair, who studies the intersection of digital media history and transgender studies. Stone and Adair will be in conversation about how trans people and identities intertwine with technology in the past, present, and future, and will take questions from the audience. Stone will also discuss the forthcoming documentary film Girl Island, directed by Marjorie Vecchio, which chronicles Stone's many lives, including being "a sound engineer for Jimi Hendrix, a lesbian separatist, founder of trans studies, and the goddess of cyberspace.
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Presented by the Community Research on Identity and Technology (CRIT) Lab at the U-M School of Information. Cosponsored by IRWG.