Announcing Queering Health/Care: A Virtual Series from DC Queer Studies at UMD
March 05, 2021 The Harriet Tubman Department of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Presenting: Mutual Care; Pandemics, Plural; and Queering Health/Care: A DC-area Symposium
Queering Health/Care: A Virtual Series
The DC Queer Studies Speaker Series and Symposium are hosted by the LGBTQ Studies Program of the Harriet Tubman Department of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at the University of Maryland
Thursday March 25th 5:30-7pm EST
Scholars working at the intersections of disability, trans, racial, and queer justice gather to reflect on mutuality and care in our current moment and its precursors, asking what lessons past and ongoing practices of mutual care hold for life in the pandemic and its potential aftermaths.
- Moya Bailey, Africana Studies and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Northeastern University
- Aimi Hamraie, Medicine, Health, & Society and American Studies, Vanderbilt University
- Hil Malatino, Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and Philosophy, Penn State University
- Moderator: Alexis Lothian, Harriet Tubman Department of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, University of Maryland
Registration is required: https://ter.ps/MutualCare
Wednesday April 21st 5:30-7pm EST
Highlighting issues of risk and vulnerability, panelists will consider Covid19 in relation to other pandemics (and epidemics) and as a disease that has had very uneven impacts across race and class lines, be that in terms of health access and outcomes or criminalization and policing.
- Darius Bost, Ethnic Studies, School for Cultural and Social Transformation, University of Utah
- Karma R. Chávez, Mexican American and Latina/o Studies, University of Texas at Austin
- Pascal Emmer, COVID-19 Policing Project, Community Resource Hub
- Moderator: Christina Hanhardt, American Studies, University of Maryland
Registration is required: https://ter.ps/dcqsApril21
Queering Health/Care: A DC-Area Symposium
May 28th 12pm-5pm EST
We invite DC-area students, activists, and other scholars to present research and community-based projects as well as exchange in themed discussions under the broad rubric of “queering health.” This Zoom gathering aims to facilitate networks for future community building and research initiatives in the region.
A CFP and registration details will be distributed by mid-March.
Please visit our website for more information on the DC Queer Studies Speaker Series and Symposium
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