Past-Events

Spring, 2012

The Brown Commons: The Sense of Wildness / April 4, 2012

José Esteban Muñoz 2012 Miranda Joseph Endowed Lecture What would a commons that included working class transgendered immigrants and queer punks and artists look like? Wu Tsang’s film Wildness (2012) tells the...

Deep Dish Academy - An LGBTQ Brown Bag Lunch Series / February 23, 2012

Noon - 1:00 THURSDAYS Until April 26th! The Deep Dish Academy recipe includes one slice of relaxed socialization, one slice of LGBTQ scholarly networking, and one slice of academic work. Bring your own cheesy crust....

Fall, 2011

Film Screening: SCREAMING QUEENS Followed by a discussion with Susan Stryker / November 16, 2011

  The film is presented in a collaboration with: Institute for LGBT Studies, Lesbian Looks Film Series, LGBTQ Affairs, ASUA Pride Alliance, Women’s Resource Center, F.O.R.C.E., and Wingspan’s...

Virtual Divides: Biometrics, Bodies, and Borders. An International Symposium / November 9, 2011

November 9 & 10 from noon to 6pm each day ALL EVENTS will be held at the Student Union in the Rincon Room and are free and open to the public   Recent theoretical work in academic circles investigate the...

Screening of Ghosted with Award Winning Filmmaker Monika Treut / October 27, 2011

Free & Open to the Public Lesbian Looks launches its 2011-12 season with an exclusive Tucson screening of Ghosted, the latest film by  director Monika Treut.    With Ghosted,...

The Legacy Tobacco Documents Library / October 14, 2011

How Researchers Can Use Online Archives to Help Shape Policy and Inform Public Discussion   Gender and Women's Studies Seminar Room 925 N Tyndall Ave Room 100   Please join Kim Klausner, Industry Documents...

Spring, 2011

LGBT Media: Out of the Closet and Into the Newsrooms / April 4, 2011

A public lecture by Tracy Baim, co-founder of Chicago’s Windy City Times Presented by the UA Institute for LGBT Studies. The first documented "homosexual" publication in the U.S. was produced in Chicago...

Teaching Workshop (Genders and Sexualities in the Middle East) / March 4, 2011

Professor Najmabadi will offer an informal workshop on teaching about genders and sexualities in the Middle East. K-12 teachers, university faculty, and graduate teaching assistants are invited to attend. Readings for...

Miranda Joseph Endowed Lecture: Afsaneh Najmabadi Lecture & Teaching Workshop / March 3, 2011

Free and open to the public View flyer. The increasing acceptability of the category of "trans" has provided precarious spaces within which people with non-normative sexual/gender desires and practices craft...

Letters From the Other Side / February 21, 2011

Discussion to follow, with filmmaker Heather Courtney, Kat Rodriguez of Derechos Humanos and Francesca Meza of Pan Left Productions. This award-winning documentary interweaves video letters carried across the U.S.-...

Eighteenth Annual Lesbian Looks - Bye Bi Love and Tierra Madre / February 18, 2011

Bye Bi Love and Tierra Madre

Fall, 2010

Eighteenth Annual Lesbian Looks - Desert Hearts / November 9, 2010

25th Anniversary screening of Desert Hearts

Eighteenth Annual Lesbian Looks Continues / November 4, 2010

Desert Hearts (25th Anniversary screening)

Eighteenth Annual Lesbian Looks - Virtual Lesbian Looks! / October 26, 2010

View a sample of today's webseries, and then join UA alum Reena Dutt, an actor and associate producer on The Real Girl’s Guide to Everything Else, for a discussion of the exciting new world of online media.

Eighteenth Annual Lesbian Looks - Opening Night / October 22, 2010

I'm Just Anneke and Play in the Gray

Spring, 2010

Year End Gay-la! / April 23, 2010

Feeling oppressed? Hard times got you down? Come out to our fabulous LGBTQ and Allied mixer for UA faculty, staff and students! LGBTQ Affairs, OUTReach and the UA Institute for LGBT Studies invite you enjoy a free...

Tucson premiere of Hannah Free / March 30, 2010

(Reception starts at 6:30pm) Admission $10—proceeds benefit Wingspan, Southern Arizona’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center Advance tickets available at Antigone book store, Casa Video,...

Showtime Thinks, Therefore I Am: The Corporate Construction of "The Lesbian" on sho.com's The L Word site, Kelly Kessler, PhD / March 1, 2010

Presented by the School of Media Arts Visiting Artists and Scholars Series, co-sponsored by the Hanson Film Institute, the UA Office of LGBTQ Affairs, the Institute for LGBT Studies, the Department of English, the...

Fierce Visions: LGBTQ Scholarship at the University of Arizona NOW / February 19, 2010

Free and open to the public Read UA NEWS story about this event. SESSION I 9am, Welcoming Remarks JP Jones III, Dean, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Mary Wildner-Bassett, Dean, College of Humanities 9:15-...

Fall, 2009

Between the Raw and The Cooked in Oral History: A Workshop in The Kitchen / November 20, 2009

Visiting scholar Dr. Michael Frisch (see bio info provided with November 19th event) will lead a hands-on workshop about working with interviews, indexing, editing etc. Participants must pre-register for this workshop...