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Queer Migrations: Homeland Insecurities, Violence, and Belonging
Why Can’t You Just Be A Normal Lesbian?: Queer Coming Out Narratives and the Rhetoric of Community Identity
A close reading of Junot Diaz’s short story collection Drown
Feminist critiques of marriage are well rehearsed, and in tension with advocating queer inclusions in this problematic institution.
This presentation will “dish” about the work of the LGBT student professional group, “MedPride
Members of the LGBT community can be found in nearly every career field imaginable; yet, there is an apparent gap of LGBT presence in the sciences.
This presentation offers a critical queer/post-colonial theory of advocacy...
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Performing the Phantasm, Playing for Love: Street Nightlife of the Waria in Indonesia
This presentation will dish about the shifting landscape of healthcare for LGBTQ identified individuals in Southern Arizona
Monica Jones, a transgender woman of color sex workers' rights activist is coming to campus this Wednesday.
Criminal Queers visualizes a radical trans/queer struggle against the prison industrial complex
Brooke Lober will share some of her initial research into the political interests of radical feminist movements
Please join organizers from the Rainbow Defense Fund for a presentation about their work to raise funds for the release of LGBTQ detained migrants in Arizona
The Fly Away Zine Mobile has announced that it is awarding its collection of almost 2000 zines to SoMove & Noemi Martinez and to the Arizona Queer Archives
Kelly Sharron on Trauma as a Point of Departure and Encounter: Grief, Affect and Social Movements
FREE screening at Exploded View of Su Friedrich's documentary GUT RENOVATION (2013).
Alice Hovorka on "Feminism & Animals: Exploring Interspecies Relations in Botswana and Beyond"
Stephen Russell on LGBTQ Youth Well-Being: The Role of Parents and Policy
Ryan Watson on Comparisons of the Sexual Minority Experience Across Norway and the United States
Aren Aizura “Thailand as Transsexual ‘Mecca’: Transnational Imaginaries of Gender Reassignment”
cancelled: Lisa Jean Moore on The Intra-actions of Bees, Beekeepers and Feminist Sociologists in New York City
Fabian Alfie on "A Possible Reference to Lesbian Activity in a Medieval Italian Tale of Ribaldry.”
Eva Hayward on TRANS* Parasite, Paratactic
Margaret Randall reads from new work
Eric Plemons on “The Look of a Woman: Facial Feminization Surgery and the Making of Gender”
Dylan McCarthy Blackston on Racial Biopolitics and the Lively Trans- Body
REACHING FOR THE MOON (Bruno Barreto, Brazil, 2013)
Dino Dinco is a performance art curator and maker, filmmaker, theater director, TV commercial ghostwriter and multidisciplinary artist.
Howard Chiang on “Sex Changed China: Science, Medicine, and Visions of Transformation"
Kai M. Green on “In the Presence of a Future Past: Black Los Angeles' Queer Recoveries”
Shannon Snapp on Narratives of the School-to-Prison Pipeline
Pedro Di Pietro “Living Sideways: The Under-side of Queer Space in the Southern Andes”
Robert Gain Scholarships for LGBT Summer Study in San Francisco
Molly McGarry on Geographies of Detention
Max Strassfeld “Queering Eunuchs in Rabbinic Literature: A Case Study in the History of the Body"
Ronald Trosper on Comparing Community Based Research with Indigenous or LGBTQ communities
University of Arizona Transgender Studies job talks by the seven candidates
Trans and Genderqueer Literature Course with TC Tolbert
Dr. Paula Fan performance, Testament: The AIDS Quilt Songbook Revisited
Transdisciplinary and Community Literacies: a special, guest-edited issue of the Community Literacy Journal, CLJ, 8.1 -- edited by Adela C. Licona & Stephen T. Russell
Intersex: Medical, Cultural and Historical Contexts
Important Message for UA Faculty and Staff from the Institute for LGBT Studies
Transgender Awareness Week 2013 Keynote Speaker Mara Keisling
Joy Ladin on Gender Transition and the Syntax of Identity
The LGBT Jewish Inclusion Project presents Joy Ladin
Micaela Díaz-Sánchez on Theorizing Gender and Sexuality in Afro-Puerto Rican Bomba
Ian Ellasante on Unstably-Housed LGBTQ Youth and the Impact of a Local Collaboration
Workshops on Combating and Understanding Pinkwashing
Chris Crass on Anti-racist Organizing, Feminist Praxis, and Movement Building Strategy
Abraham Weil on the connections between bodies, space, disaster, and revolutionary imaginaries
Beverly Seckinger on Laramie Inside Out fifteen years after Matthew Shepard's murder.
Arizona Queer Archives; Building Our Histories Together presents a Community Conversation
Improving Health Care for LGBT Patients with Shane Snowdon
A Forum on Successful Aging: An LGBT Perspective
Marta Zarzycka on Love, and Shame: Affective Politics of Protest Photographs
Queer Student Wellness in Higher Education: Campus Climate and Wellness at the UA and in Arizona
Trans Advocates Welcome Gay Allies
POC Zine Project Race Riot Tour with Daniela Capistrano, Mimi Thi Nguyen, and and other tour members
Arizona Symphony Orchestra presents the Barber/Britten Festival Program
Peter Boag on The Trans-Gender West
Paula Fan performance, Before the Candelabra: The Martyrdom of Oscar Wilde
Zarzycka on current book project Mothers, Mourners, Soldiers: Gendered Tropes in War Photography.
UA LGBTQ Affairs Coming Out Week Key Note Speaker: Wade Davis
LGBTQ Affairs Full calendar for Coming Out Week
Roderick Ferguson on Socialism in Black Queer Time: The 1970s and the Erotic Potentials of Radical Politics
a conversation with filmmaker Allison de Fren
A Seminar on LGBT Couples and Families
FEARLESS; A series of portraits of 'out' LGBT athletes from 2003 to the present, created by artist Jeff Sheng
Filmmaker Allison de Fren on “The Mechanical Bride” Takes on Images of the Artificial Female
UA Professor Adela Licona to speak at Georgia State University on Queer/ed Relational Re/Mixings as Coalitional Gestures
Series designed to help promote, advocate, and support the LGBTQ or “Two Spirit,” community in tribal health delivery systems.
David Gramling on Translating transgender
Joseph Pugliese on Aboriginal Sovereignty
Three Day Queer Arts Festival in Tucson
Juan Ochoa on reading male gay Chicano/Latino Femmes
Lesbian Looks co-presents film for Latin@ Pride Week
Linda Van Leuven on Queering Awareness: An Introduction to Sexual Mindfulness
In preparation for Saidiya Hartman's visit in April (3-4), Speaking of Gender Reading Group will focus on Prof. Hartman's work.
“Death of DOMA: Implications for Arizona?” Panel on August 28
Somatechnics International Conference, Missing Links: The Somatechnics of Decolonisation
Help us raise $20,000 before June 13!
Self/Community Care Trainings for Social Justice Grassroots Organizations
Trans and Genderqueer Poetry Symposium
North African and Middle Eastern, & Media in Modern Europe
co-sponsored event with SAAF on Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis
Will Cordeiro on Sex, Capitalism, and Genre-Queering in The London Merchant
Lesbian Looks Film Festival 2013 presents MY BEST DAY (Erin Greenwell, 2012)
Jack Balas the under-representation of the male image in contemporary art
Fenton Johnson on Marriage: A Grand Illusion?
Lesbian Looks Film Festival 2013 presents MORIR DE PIE (Die Standing Up)
Iris Van Der Tuin on LGBT Futures in the Feminist Archive
Ana Ghoureishian on how the Iranian Media Bolsters Israeli Pinkwashing
Chasing Sexual Orientation: A Comparison of Commonly Used Single-Indicator Measures of Sexual Orientation
Monica Casper on Mediating Feminisms: Politics of Online Publishing
Andrea Smith on Queering the Politics of Settler Self-Reflexivity
Director's Q&A of Exotic World, followed by a burlesque show
2013 lesbian looks
GU Li on Sexual Orientation, Gender Nonconformity, and Psychological Well-Being
AIDS Treatment and Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)
Alain-Philippe Durand on Finishing Off Gender
Susan Stryker at the Institute for the LGBT Studies at the University of Arizona.
Susan Stryker is changing the conversation on transgender issues and more at UA Institute of LGBT Studies
Welcome to the 20th ANNUAL LESBIAN LOOKS!
Jessica Shumake on Posthumous Sites of Articulation
A Queer Multimedia Event
queer connections speakers series
Paisley Currah on Untangling paradoxes of classification
Poetics & Politics of Hip-Hop Cultures
Paisley Currah on Transgender Studies, Feb 7-8
Karma Chávez, From DREAMers to "Undocuqueers" and Beyond
Award-winning Sun Dance Film "Gun Hill Road"
Susan Shaw on Accountability and the pharmaceutical regulation of the U.S. urban poor
Adela Licona on POC Zine Project Brings Punks of Color to the Academy
Tucson's International LGBT Film Festival
Make 2013 the great register of reading Monique Wittig
Who Killed Ahmet Yıldız?
Francisco J. Galarte, Ph.D on Dolor as Queer Affect
New Book on Zines Published
a conversation about the politics of Palestine and Israel
Israel-Palestine Relations from a Queer, Feminist Perspective
Providing Wrap-Around Care for LGBTQA Youth
James J. Leos makes major gift to Institute
an open forum regarding Chick-fil-A
Mija Sanders on Necropolitics and LGBTT Activism
Miranda Joseph, Ph.D. on Gender, Entrepreneurial Subjectivity, And Pathologies Of Personal Finance
Gen Silent: A Documentary
National Conference on Decolonization, University of New Mexico
Hai Ren, Ph.D. on Sexuality & Mass Media
Jamie Lee on Queer Imaginings of the Archive
Susan Stryker on Cross-Dressing For Empire
Banned Books Week: Liberating Literature
John-Michael Warner on multiple boundaries in Arizona and Sonora border art
Joseph Pugliese on the topology of state violence
Wingspan Dinner 2012 with keynote address by Susan Stryker, Ph.D.
Doran George on queer contemporary dance
Miranda Joseph Endowed Lecture Campaign reaches 3-year goal in two years.
TC Tolbert on poetry and activism
Feminist Formations Symposium y Pachanga
James J. Leos discusses his recent bequest to the Institute
2011-12 Academic Year Focus on Queer Indigenous Studies Events
BayCats LGBT alumni event in San Francisco
José Muñoz, "The Brown Commons"
masochism, pleasure, and spectatorship
Shannon Randall on the queer afterlives of trans* people
changing sexual systems in 1930s US
Stephen Russel on LGBT Youth and Suicide
Susan Stryker on Christine in the Cutting Room
Sally Stevens on Substance Abuse Treatment for LBT Women
Afterlives of the Critically Queer
This speakers series supports public lectures at UA.