“lnQueer/lnTheory/lnDeed,” the Sixth North American Conference on Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Studies, will be held at the University of Iowa, November 17-20, 1994. The organizers welcome presentations from all disciplines relating to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender or queer studies. Send to: The 1994 Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Studies Conference Steering Committee, c/o WRAC, 310 Madison St., University of Iowa, Iowa City, lA 52242. Deadline: March 15, 1994.

The Institute for Psychological Studies of the Arts at the University of Florida will be holding a conference April 7-10, 1994, on the theme “Psychoanalyses, Feminisms.” Please address inquiries and proposals to Peter L. Rudnytsky, IPSA, 4008 Turlington Hall, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611; phone: 904-392-7332, 392-0777.

Latina/Latina Homoerotic and Lesbian Writing. Seeking submissions for an anthology of homoerotic and lesbian writing by Latinos/Latinas living in the United States. Send inquiries and texts to Dr. Francisco Soto, 1198 Paddock Pl., #1 02, Ann Arbor, Ml 48108 or Dr. Elena M. Martinez, 373 Bleecker St., SC, NYC, NY 10012. Open deadline.

Karla Jay is guest editing a special issue of Concerns , the journal of the MLA Women’s Caucus, on Lesbian/Queer Theory and invites a broad range of essays involving politics and pedagogy. Open deadline. Write Karla Jay, Box 1235, NYC, NY 10008.

Studies in Psychoanalytic Theory is seeking articles with queer connections to psychoanalytic theory in literature, rhetoric, and film. Send articles to Christina Murphy, Editor, Studies in Psychoanalytic Theory, Box 32875, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, TX 76129. The 25th anniversary for the American Library Association’s Gay and Lesbian Task Force will be held at ALA’s 1995 Chicago meeting. This is the oldest professional gay group in existence. For details contact Brent Sverdloff, The Getty Center, 401 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 400, Santa Monica, CA 90401.

The Western Reserve Historical Society and the Lesbian/Gay Community Service Center of Greater Cleveland has jointly established the Northeast Ohio Lesbian/Gay Archives. The collections should be open for research by Fall 1994.

Essex Hemphill is seeking black males over 60 to volunteer to be interviewed about gay life early in this century. Contact EH at 401 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 700, Santa Monica, CA 90401.

To assist those teaching anthropology courses on culture and human sexuality, Andrew W. Miracle is preparing a compilation of syllabi currently in use. Please send syllabi to Andrew Miracle, Dept. of Sociology, Texas Christian Univ., Fort Worth, TX 76129. American Anthropologist warmly encourages people to submit “lots and lots” of lesbian/gay articles. Submit manuscripts to the journal at 4350 N. Fairfax Dr., Suite 640, Arlington, VA 22203.

Asian Lesbian Anthology. Looking for poetry, fiction, writing on politics and activism. Previously published work will gladly be considered. Contact Sharon Kim-Hing, Editor, Sister Vision, Box 217, Sta. E, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M6H 4E2.

The Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual Policy Research Network is a network of scholars who do research on policy issues related to the lesbian, gay, and bisexual communities. If you are interested in joining, please write or e-mail Prof. Lee Badgett, School of Public Affairs, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742; e-mail: 359120@; phone: 301-405-6348.

To join the electronic list affiliated with the Society i~r the Study of Homosexuality in the Middle Ages, send the sta1;rJard subscription message (SUB MEDGAY-L, your name) with no subject heading to LIST SERV@KSUVM. BITNET or LIST SERV@KSUVM.KSU.EDU.

Seizing the Moment, a fourth annual Graduate Student Conference on Lesbian, Transgender, Bisexual, and Gay Studies will take place at the University of TexasAustin, 3-5 March 1994. Write to Seizing the Moment, English, Parlin 108, Univ. of Texas-Austin, Austin, TX 78712 for more information.

A $3,000 gay/lesbian dissertation fellowship in sociology has been established in memory of Martin Levine, who died of AIDS last year. For more information, write to Michael Kimmel, Dept. of Sociology, SUNY, Stony Brook, NY 11794-4356.