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Queer Studies Research Workshop: Work-in-Progress talk by Anne Marie Butler, “The Matter of the Body: Queer Considerations of Contemporary Tunisian Women’s Art”

1030 Clemens

Anne Marie Butler, Ph.D. candidate in Global Gender and Sexuality Studies, "The Matter of the Body: Queer Considerations of Contemporary Tunisian Women's Art" Abstract: This talk analyses contemporary artworks by four living Tunisian women artists, arguing that the artworks challenge the Tunisian state’s reliance upon nuclear family structure, typical gender roles, and heteropatriarchy as methods […]

Palah Light Lab Workshop: Eli Claire, “Brilliant Imperfection: Writing About Our Bodyminds”


Facilitation: Eli Claire, UB Center for Diversity Innovation Distinguished Visiting Scholar Description: Join queer trans disabled poet-activist Eli Clare for a writing workshop exploring the embodied brilliance and imperfection of who we are, particularly as trans/non-binary/gender non-conforming and/or queer people. Date/Time: March 5th, 2 PM EST. Workshop Date/Time: March 5th, 2 PM EST via Zoom […]

New Books in Dialogue: Early Modern Queer Studies – Christine Varnado + Joseph Gamble on The Shapes of Fancy: Reading for Queer Desire in Early Modern Literature


The Early Modern Research Workshop is inaugurating a “New Books in Dialogue” series, which brings together UB faculty and colleagues at other institutions who have newly published or soon-to-be-published books to discuss their works. Please join us (on Zoom) on Friday, April 16 at 12:00pm for a conversation with Joseph Gamble (University of Toledo) and […]

Queer Studies Research Workshop *Work in Progress* talk, “Refusing Erasure: Nugent, Fire!!, and the Legacies of Queer Harlem,” Sam King-Shaw (GGS)

1004 Clemens Hall First-year Ph.D. student in the Department of Global Gender and Sexuality Studies Sam King-Shaw has been selected as a 2021 Portz Scholar by the National Collegiate Honors Council.  Their thesis, "Refusing Erasure: Nugent, Fire!!, and the Legacies of Queer Harlem," was nominated for this award as the best honors thesis of its year at Washington […]

Queer Studies Research Workshop: Black + Queer + Space + Sex + Social Life + HIV with Dr. Aaron Mallory

1004 Clemens Hall

The Queer Studies workshop along with the Departments of Geography and Global Gender and Sexuality Studies is delighted to host morning coffee, donuts, and conversation, and an afternoon talk, with the incredibly brilliant and cool Dr. Aaron Mallory! Dr. Aaron Mallory is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography and program in African American Studies at Florida […]

Queer Studies Research Workshop: Hidden Epidemics, Hidden People: HIV/AIDS, Black Queer Communities and Accounting for Missing Geographies

170 Academic Center (Ellicott Complex)

The Department of Geography invites you to: Hidden Epidemics, Hidden People: HIV/AIDS, Black Queer Communities and Accounting for Missing Geographies. 170 Academic Center *THIS IS IN THE ELLICOTT COMPLEX! OR there will be a hybrid version of this talk on Zoom (but please come in person if you can)! This talk expands the disciplines of Geography […]

Queer Studies and Performance Research Workshops Present: A Roundtable Conversation on Twelfth Night

Capen 107 (Inside the Silverman Library) University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, United States

The Queer Studies and Performance Research Workshops Present:  A Roundtable Conversation on Twelfth Night with Dr. Christine Varnado (Global Gender and Sexuality Studies) and members of the creative team from UB's Department of Theatre and Dance: Dr. Danielle Rosvally (Director), Kaylie Horowitz (Assistant Director), Natasha McCandless (Choreographer), and Dahlia Frier (Dramaturg) Moderated by Dr. Lindsay Brandon […]

Queer Studies Research Workshop: Queer Works in Progress with Ted Triandos, “On Eroticism and Criticism’s Discursive Spaces, or Reading Rosalind Krauss’s Video Essay”

1004 Clemens Hall

The Queer Studies Research workshop presents a queer works-in-progress talk by Ted Triandos (UB Dept. of Art), on Thursday, April 28th at 12:30pm in 1004 Clemens! The respondent for Ted's talk will be special guest (and our former colleague) Jonathan D. Katz, Associate Professor of Practice, History of Art and Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies […]

Department of Art Visiting Speaker Series: Cassils

112 Center for the Arts (Screening Room)

CASSILS is a transgender artist who makes their own body the material and protagonist of their performances. Cassils's art contemplates the history(s) of LGBTQI+ violence, representation, struggle and survival. Cassils has had recent solo exhibitions at HOME Manchester, Station Museum of Contemporary Art, Perth Institute for Contemporary Arts, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, NYC; Institute for Contemporary […]

Trans Longevity: A Poetry & Poetics Symposium featuring Trish Salah, CAConrad, Kay Gabriel, Taylor Johnson

Trans Longevity: A Poetry & Poetics Symposium MARCH 28-29 with TRISH SALAH, CACONRAD, KAY GABRIEL, TAYLOR JOHNSON The concept of "trans longevity" engages with all that enables more-than-survival for transpeople today, for a long time to come. While attending to the precariousness of trans lives, trans longevity resists the specter of death organizing (cis) narratives and institutional configurations of transness - and is […]