“Queer Camaraderie” LGBTQ Studies Symposium

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A Symposium to Celebrate the new LGBTQ Studies Program at UT

Thu, January 25, 2018 | Glickman Auditorium CLA 1.302B

6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

To celebrate the launch of LGBTQ Studies at UT, the program will host a symposium January 25 & 26, 2018 in CLA 1.302B. The symposium’s theme is “Queer Camaraderie” and will feature presentations and performances by Rod Ferguson & Lyndon Gill; Ernesto Martínez & Julie Minich; Josh Guzman & Chad Bennett; Xandra Ibarra (La Chica Boom) & Laura Gutiérrez; and Kim TallBear and Ann Cvetkovich. Symposium begins Thursday Jan 25, 6pm-9pm, and continues Jan 26 from 9am-6pm. https://liberalarts.utexas.edu/lgbtq/symposium/index.php


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