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EVENT – A Queer New York: The Dyked Geographies of Greenwich Village

A Queer NY: Dyked Geographies of Greenwich Village from 1983-2008

Following the talk there will be time for a Q/A and discussion period.

Jen Jack Gieseking is an urban cultural geographer, feminist and queer theorist, environmental psychologist, and American Studies scholar. S/he is engaged in research on co-productions of space and identity in digital and material environments. Jack’s work pays special attention to how such productions support or inhibit social, spatial, and economic justice in regards to gender and sexuality. S/he is Assistant Professor of Public Humanities in American Studies at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut.
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Title: A Queer New York: the Dyked Geographies of Greenwich Village, 1983-2008
Date: March 15th, 2017
Time: Noon - 1:30
Place: Charles E. Young Research Library Main Conference Room 11360
Lunch will be provided. This talk is sponsored by the LGBT Resource Center, UCLA Library Diversity Committee, and UCLA Library. Funding generously provided by UCLA Library.

Published by: Los Angeles Archivist Collective in Events

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