2011-2012 Events

2011-2012 Events


All lectures and receptions take place at 5 pm in the Hall of Graduate Studies, 320 York St., Room 211, unless otherwise noted.

Wednesday, Sept. 21

Leigh Ann Wheeler

Binghamton University

Making Reproductive Freedom: Abortion, Sterilization, and Civil Liberties, 1960s-1970s

Thursday, Oct. 13

Joan Neuberger

University of Texas, Austin

Eisenstein’s Strange Circus:  Violence, Sex, and Drawing

co-sponsored by the Film Studies Program

Thursday, Nov. 10

Dayo Gore

University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Gender, Sexuality, and the Left in Pauli Murray’s Shifting Politics

Thursday, Feb. 23

Gillian Frank

State University of New York, Stony Brook

“Save Our Children”: Gay Rights, Conservative Politics, and Racial Conflict in the 1970s

Monday, Feb. 27

8:00pm, LORIA 351

Special screening of the new film United in Anger: A History of ACT UP 
followed by a discussion with the filmmaker, Jim Hubbard, ACT UP Oral History Project
See the trailer at: www.unitedinanger.com/view-united-in-anger-actup-documentary-trailer/

Thursday, March 29

Symposium:  Mass Marketing Sexuality

David Johnson

University of South Florida

Buying Gay: Consumer Culture and Community Before Stonewall

Comment by Elizabeth Heineman

University of Iowa