The Institute for LGBTQ+ Studies
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The Institute brings people and ideas together to conduct LGBTQ+ research, design LGBTQ+ relevant curricula, and develop public LGBTQ+ focused programming.
Miranda Joseph Endowed Lecture: Poetic Operations: Trans of Color art in Digital Media with Micha Cardenas
The annual Miranda Joseph Endowed Lecture (MJEL) honors the scholarly and institution-building work of Miranda Joseph, a former UA GWS Professor whose leadership efforts contributed to the creation of the Institute for LGBT Studies. Her vision to turn the University of Arizona into a hub of critical interdisciplinary scholarship in transnational gender and sexuality studies continues annually with the MJEL by inviting distinguished scholars in this field. This year we are excited to welcome Dr. Micha Cárdenas for a virtual presentation of Poetric Operations: Trans of Color art in Digital Media.
Summer Course: GWS 200: Women and Western Culture
Gender and Women’s Studies 200 Women and Western Culture will be taught asynchronously June 6 through July 7. What is Asian American Feminisms? This course will introduce you to Asian American feminists who have critiqued the stereotypical representations of the “Asian woman” that result in violence against Asian women in America. For inquiries please email course instructor Luna Chung.
Summer Course: HRTS 495a/595a: Human Rights Across Contexts
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities around the world have made important advances in securing their human rights but these remain under constant assault and attack. Join this class to learn more about the different struggles! For more information contact professor.
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