LGQRI symposium in tribute to and reconsideration of Cathy Cohen’s 1997 article “Punks, Bulldaggers, and Welfare Queens."
Book talk by Carla A. Pfeffer (Sociology and Women’s Studies, University of South Carolina) on partnerships of cisgender women and transgender men.
Gender: New Works, New Questions panel discussion on new book by Nadine Hubbs.
LGQRI lecture by Professor Patrick Singy (Union College).
Memories of the Revolution: The First Ten Years of the WOW Cafe, co-edited by Holly Hughes (Art & Design, Theatre, Women's Studies) is a finalist for a Lambda Literary Award.
Drawing on fieldwork at twenty-two museums in Asia, Europe, and North America, Professor Katherine Sender considers the relationship among sexuality, consumer culture, and global flows of cultural and economic capital.
Professor Qian Wang argues that Chinese popular music displays increasingly high levels of queer visuality.
From New York and Paris to San Francisco, Berlin, and beyond, gay men for several decades have played a major role in urban gentrification. They’ve used the city as a means to create a visible and collective identity and changed the social environment of the urban landscape. Gay areas constitute spaces of freedom, but also normative enclaves where gentrification and social inequalities come under increasing criticism.
LGQRI lecture by Suzanna Walters Editor-in-Chief of Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, and Director of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Professor of Sociology, Northeastern University