VIRTUAL IAS Festival: Queer Without Borders 2.0
04 May 2021, 10:30 am–12:30 pm
The workshop will provide opportunities to find out more about queer work being conducted across the University from a range of perspectives
This event is free.
Institute of Advanced Studies
All welcome. Please make sure you have read our Virtual Code of Conduct
Please note the timings of this event have been adjusted slightly: the event will run from 10:30-12:30.
‘Queer Without Borders 2.0’ builds on the successful ‘Queer Without Borders’ event led by Prof Bob Mills in 2016 when qUCL was established. The workshop will provide opportunities to find out more about queer work being conducted across the University from a range of perspectives—including arts and humanities; the built environment; education; law; medical and life sciences; and social and historical sciences. The aim is to foster interdisciplinary conversation and debate, to identify areas of mutual interest and concern, and to develop plans for future collaborations.
- Bob Mills, History of Art
- Simon Lock, Science and Technology Studies,
- Xine Yao, English
- Ben Campkin, Bartlett School of Planning
- Lo Marshal, Bartlett School of Planning
- Peter Swaab, English
- Richard Mole, School of Slavonic and East European Studies
- Josh Hollands, Institute of Americas
- Stephen Colbrook, Institute of Americas
- Rebecca Jennings, History
- Samuel Vermote, Centre for Multidisciplinary and Intercultural Inquiry
- Ben Weil, Science and Technology Studies
- Louis Shankar, History of Art
- Natasha Tanna, Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin American Studies
- David Rypel, School of Slavonic and East European Studies
- Patricio Simonetto, Institute of the Americas
- Rasa Kamarauskaite, School of Slavonic and East European Studies
This talk forms part of the IAS fifth anniversary festival on the theme of ‘Alternative Epistemologies’.
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