This presentation examines the transformation of štajga, or the cruising grounds—from a previously invisible site of sexual modernity in late Yugoslav socialism into a counter-archive of queer history in the postsocialist present.
Virtual seminar for U-M students, faculty and staff with Carl Charles, Senior Attorney at Lambda Legal
The Department of Afroamerican and African Studies Diasporic Dialogues with E. Patrick Johnson (Carlos Montezuma Professor of African American Studies and Performance Studies, Northwestern University)
CANCELED/POSTPONED This event will be rescheduled for Fall 2020.
Héctor Carrillo brings us into the lives of Mexican gay men who have left their home country to pursue greater sexual autonomy and sexual freedom in the United States.
This talk will examine the politics of fantasy in relation to representations of Latino male sexuality in contemporary independent and queer cinema.
Dr. González-Rivera's research on western Nicaragua's pre-1979 LGBTQ histories reveals a complex story.
LGQRI lecture by Professor Matthew Leslie Santana
The Lesbian-Gay-Queer Research Initiative (LGQRI) is proud to announce their 2019/2020 speaker series! The longest running IRWG program area, LGQRI was founded in 2001 with the goal of fostering interdisciplinary scholarship and conversation around LGBTQ and sexuality studies.
This year's lineup includes an LGBTQ LatinX theme (denoted with an asterisk*).
Prof. Clayton Howard chronicles the rise of sexual privacy as a fulcrum of American cultural politics, focusing on the history of gay rights in the San Francisco Bay Area from World War II to the dawn of the culture wars in the 1970s and exploring how government policies shaped the cultural politics of the moderate suburbs.