"Thinking Queer" Speaker Series - Bringing Queer Scholarship to Cal State Fullerton
Brought to the campus community by the
CSUF Women & Gender Studies and Queer Studies Programs
2011-2012 Speaker Series
Fall Semester 2011
Wednesday, Sept 14, 5:30: Professor Richard Lippa, CSU Fullerton, Dept. of Psychology -"Looking at and Longing for Male and Female 'Swimsuit Models': Studies in the Category Specificity of Sexual Attraction"
Wednesday, October 12, 5:30: Professor Melissa Hidalgo, Scripps College English Department - "Pochos, Jotos, Sissies: A Cultural Genealogy of Queer Chicano Masculinity"
Tuesday, November 8, 5:30: Professor M. Katherine Darmer, Chapman University, School of Law - "Marriage Equality, Politics and the Courts"
Spring Semester 2012:
Tuesday, February 21, 5:30pm in McCarthy Hall 264
CSUF Professor of Communications, Carolyn Coal, will screen her film, "A Place to Live: The Story of Triangle Square”, and host a discussion. "The scarcity of affordable housing is a deepening national crisis in America. LGBT seniors face unique challenges as they are often forced back into the closet in retirement homes or separated from their significant others in assisted living facilities. A Place to Live: The Story of Triangle Square, profiles seven gay & lesbian seniors as they enter a lottery to secure a home in the newly constructed affordable housing building in Hollywood. Not all of them will get in."
For more information and to watch the trailer visit: http://www.aplacetolivemovie.com/
For questions, please contact Sharon Howard at (657) 278-3888.
This event is sponsored by the Psychology Department, Women and Gender Studies Program, and WGSSA.
Tuesday, March 13, 5:30 in McCarthy Hall 264
University of California President's Postdoctoral Fellow Toby Beauchamp, UC San Diego, Department of Communication - "None Shall Pass: Transgender Studies and the Politics of Mobility"
Wednesday, April 18, 5:30 in Langsdorf Hall 402
Professor Jarret S. Lovell, CSU Fullerton, Department of Criminal Justice - “Hidden Identities: Homosexuality and the Gay Rights Movement in Jamaica”
For more details, please visit the Queer Studies home page: http://hss.fullerton.edu/womens/speaker_series.htm