CLAGS was founded at CUNY in April 1991 as the first university-based research center in the United States dedicated to the study of historical, cultural, and political issues of vital concern to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer individuals and communities. And in Spring 2016, we are celebrating our 25th Anniversary at the CUNY Graduate Center!
Our 1-day interdisciplinary conference will be an opportunity for us to discuss CLAGS’ past, present, and future. Our keynote will be from CLAGS Founder Martin Duberman. Other panels will feature past CLAGS Executive Directors, Board Members, and Fellowship Winners, including Jill Dolan, Paisley Currah, Alisa Solomon, Sarah Chinn, Kevin Nadal, Darnell Moore, Jonathan Ned Katz, Yoruba Richen, Tucker Pamella Farley, Jose Quiroga, Carmen Vasquez, andré carrington, Andrew Spieldenner, Marta Esquilin, David Rivera, and more! Lunch will be provided and there will be an early evening reception! Please spread the word and RSVP at the link above!
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Note: All CLAGS events are free and open to the public, space permitting. An RSVP does not guarantee entrance to sold out events.