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Area Impossible: Sexuality and Geopolitics Symposium

The UCLA Department of Comparative Literature proudly presents the “Area Impossible: Sexuality and Geopolitics Symposium” which will be held May 25 @ 9:30 am – 6:30 pm in Royce Hall 314. This spring seminar will discuss how within queer studies, the geopolitical has posed a much-needed challenge to the spatial and temporal logics of the field (logics that…

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You’re invited to the 2018 QScholars Undergraduate Research Symposium! 

The 2018 UCLA LGBTQ Studies Program Presents the 5TH Annual 2018 QScholars Undergraduate Research Symposium! “The Power of Storytelling: Exploring Resilience, Resistance, and Struggle in Queer Narratives” This year we are honored to welcome the actor, writer, and comedian D’LO as our keynote speaker! When: Friday, May 18, 2018, 9-5pm Location: The Charles E. Young Research Library’s Main Conference…

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Call for Queer Artists! QScholars {Undergraduate} Research Symposium

Call for Queer Artists! 2018 UCLA LGBTQ Studies Program 5TH Annual QScholars Undergraduate Research Symposium  Date: Friday, May 18, 2018 Location: UCLA “The Power Of Storytelling: Exploring Resilience, Resistance And Struggle In Queer Narratives” As part of the 20th anniversary of UCLA’s LGBTQ Studies minor, the 2018 Q Scholars undergraduate research symposium will focus on the struggle, resistance,…

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Spring 2017 QScholars {Undergraduate} Research Symposium

 The UCLA LGBTQ Minor Studies Program 4th Annual {Undergraduate} Symposium “Paint Yourself Whole: Navigating Intersectionality in a Divided World” This year’s theme explores the intersectionalities within the LGBTQ+ community and how we navigate, embrace, and negotiate our wholeness in a divided world. Topics Include (but not limited to): intersectionality in queerness and gender identity with…

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Honoring Professor Jim Schultz for 15+ Years of Service to LGBTQ Studies

On Dec. 3, 2015, the Germanic Languages Department and the LGBT Studies Program hosted a farewell party in honor of Professor Jim Schultz’s retirement. Jim served as Chair of LGBTS from its inception in 1997 through 2009 and again from 2012-2013. Under Jim’s watch, the program offered the first queer graduate student conference in the…

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