a one-day symposium with Cameron Awkward-Rich, Jules Gill-Peterson, C. Riley Snorton, & Erique Zhang
March 3, 2023, Friday, 2 to 7 pm ET
239 Greene Street, 8th Floor Commons
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The Trans Lineages Symposium is a one-day event centering the trans thinkers who came before us and the trans lineages we extend through our own work, activism, and research. In this symposium we honor and turn back to those who made our work possible, focusing on the importance and necessity of honoring transgender histories, genealogies, and lineages in contemporary work in transgender studies.
Part of the 2×2 Keynote Series: New Edges in Media Studies. Organized and moderated by Media, Culture, and Communication professors Whit Pow and Nicole Fleetwood.
Registration is required. External guests must be sponsored by an NYU employee and must be in compliance with the University’s COVID-19 vaccination requirements in order to enter an NYU building or participate in an NYU-sponsored activity. Please review NYU’s COVID Guidance as it updates frequently.
Image: Summer Azure by Tourmaline, 2020
Organized by the NYU Department of Media, Culture, and Communication; co-sponsored by the NYU Center for Disability Studies, the NYU Center for the Study of Gender & Sexuality, the NYU LGBTQ+ Center, and by Professor Paula Chakravartty and Professor Nicole Fleetwood.
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