Articles Tagged: Humanities

Fall 2020 Welcome Week Open House!

Please join the UCLA LGBTQ Studies Program for our Fall 2020 Welcome Week Open House! This event will take place via Zoom on Wednesday, September 30th at 3:00 p.m. (right after the Humanities Welcome). The Open House will be a great opportunity to meet both new and continuing students, ask questions of our department faculty…

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[Event Canceled Due to Campus Closure] QueerCurrent Lecture Series: “Facsimile: Gaysian Intimacy in the Art Work of Tommy Kha” by Hoang Tan Nugyen

[Event Canceled Due to Campus Closure] LGBTQ Studies cordially invites you to their next lecture series QueerCurrent event. Nguyen Tan Hoang is a videomaker and film​ and ​media scholar. His short experimental videos include Forever Bottom!, ​PIRATED!, K.I.P, ​and ​I Remember Dancing. His videos have been screened at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the…

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[Event Canceled Due to Campus Closure] QueerCurrent Lecture Series: “The Gay Second Generation: How Sexuality Shapes the Trajectories of Queer Sons of Immigrants” by Anthony Ocampo

[Event Canceled Due to Campus Closure] LGBTQ Studies cordially invites you to their next lecture series QueerCurrent event. Over the past two decades, researchers have produced thousands of studies on Latinx and Asian American children of immigrants, better known as the immigrant second generation. These studies have highlighted how structural, neighborhood, race, and cultural factors…

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(Event Cancelled due to Campus Closure ) QueerCurrent Lecture Series: “Documenting the Erotic Traces of Suicide and the Golden Gate Bridge” by Yetta Howard

Event Cancelled due to Campus Closure LGBTQ Studies cordially invites you to their next lecture series QueerCurrent event. This talk explores the Golden Gate Bridge as a queer memorial to the suicidal subjects who have jumped to their deaths from it. Drawing on archival, auditory, and visual documentation practices including Jenni Olson’s experimental documentary on…

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QueerCurrent Lecture Series: “Dancing #BlackDeathMatters” by Shanté Smalls

Dancing #BlackDeathMatters: Transness, Femmness, and Public Protest LGBTQ Studies cordially invites you to their lecture series QueerCurrent. This talk takes seriously the work that Black dance can do as both public protest against State violence and as an aesthetic performance of Black aliveness. It will also discuss how dance interrupts and revises possibilities for living…

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Queer Graduate Pedagogy Discussion Group

This academic year (2019-2020), the program in LGBTQ Studies is sponsoring a Queer Graduate Pedagogy Discussion Group! If you are a graduate student or a postdoc at UCLA in any department, you are welcome to attend. The group takes up relevant issues including dealing with challenging course content, managing classroom dynamics, being a queer TA in a classroom, balancing…

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QGRAD: Queer Graduate Conference 2020

UCLA’s QGrad: Queer Graduate Student Conference Queering Love: Across Subjectivities, Temporalities, and Decolonial Imaginaries See the Program for details. For guaranteed free meals, please RSVP until January 24, 2020.  QGrad is the oldest, interdisciplinary queer research conference in the United States. LGBTQ Studies and QGrad invites you to our annual Queer Graduate Conference! This year’s conference…

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Queer Graduate Pedagogy Discussion Group

This academic year (2019-2020), the program in LGBTQ Studies is sponsoring a Queer Graduate Pedagogy Discussion Group! If you are a graduate student or a postdoc at UCLA in any department, you are welcome to attend. The group takes up relevant issues including dealing with challenging course content, managing classroom dynamics, being a queer TA in a classroom, balancing…

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