Join LGQRI in celebrating Esther Newton’s forthcoming memoir. Gayle Rubin, Holly Hughes, and Clare Croft will provide commentary.
Book talk by Elizabeth Currans (EMU) on how today's women have redefined political and cultural protest
Panel of U-M faculty discuss Rita Chin's history of modern European cultural pluralism, its current crisis, and its uncertain future.
How has the modern conservative movement thrived in spite of the lack of harmony among its constituent members? What, and who, holds together its large corporate interests, small-government libertarians, social and racial traditionalists, and evangelical Christians?
Matthew Desmond and Alex Kotlowitz will engage in a conversation surrounding the theme of race and poverty, followed by Q & A.
Book launch and panel discussion of Anna Kirkland's recent book Vaccine Court: The Law and Politics of Injury (NYU Press, 2016)
Book talk by Carla A. Pfeffer (Sociology and Women’s Studies, University of South Carolina) on partnerships of cisgender women and transgender men.
A book talk and signing with U-M graduate, Aimee Meredith Cox, Ph.D. In her book, Shapeshifters, Dr. Cox explores how young Black women in a Detroit homeless shelter contest stereotypes, critique their status as partial citizens, and negotiate poverty, racism, and gender violence to create and imagine lives for themselves.