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The Department of Women, Gender and Sexuality invites you to join us for our Spring Colloquium Schedule

The Department of Women, Gender and Sexuality invites you to join us for our Spring Colloquium

All talks will be virtual.  Please contact wgsuva@virginia.edu for zoom links

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Wednesday, March 10

3:30-5 p.m.

Tiffany Lethabo King
Associate Professor
African-American Studies
Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies
Georgia State University

Recent Publications by Assistant Professor Matthew Chin

In collaboration with Caribbean International Resource Network, Matthew Chin coordinated the Digital Collection Launch of the Jamaica Gaily News (1977-1984)

In collaboration with Caribbean International Resource Network, Matthew Chin coordinated the Digital Collection Launch of the Jamaica Gaily News (1977-1984), the publication of the anglophone Caribbean's first self-proclaimed gay activist organization, the Gay Freedom Movement in Jamaica.

Racializing Emasculation: An Intersectional Analysis of Queer Men’s Evaluations of Sexual Assault

Please join us in celebrating Doug Meyer’s recent publication in the highly regarded journal Social Problems just this past October. 

 

See below for the citation and link to the piece.  Congratulations, Doug! 

 

Doug Meyer. 2020. “Racializing Emasculation: An Intersectional Analysis of Queer Men’s Evaluations of Sexual Assault.” Social Problems.  https://doi.org/10.1093/socpro/spaa053

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