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What’s love got to do with it? AFFECTING QUEER FUTURES

Image Monday, February 23, 2009 at 4:30 PM
Art History Building, Room 100, Douglass Campus

This talk is a theoretical and practical meditation on the trajectories, limits and possibilities of queer of color activism.  Focusing on the multiple efforts of queers of color activists in immigration, gender (transgender rights) and antiglobalization movements, Manalansan locates the idiom and practices of “love” as a collective political project that goes beyond issues of marriage and domesticity, sexual freedom and gender fluidity, and engages with the complexities of social transformation.

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Presented by Collective for Asian American Scholarship and the Office of the Douglass Dean.

Sponsored by:
* American Studies
* Associate Vice President of Academic and Public Partnerships in the Arts and Humanities
* Center for Race and Ethnicity
* College Avenue Campus Dean
* Institute for Research on Women
* Undergraduate Education
* Womens and Gender Studies

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