A celebration of Lou Sullivan and the publication of his diaries, We Both Laughed in Pleasure: The Selected Diaries of Lou Sullivan.
A book launch with readings, performances, and a showcase of archival of gems, with a pop-up feminist gift shop by Otherwild.
A talk by Stephen Miller about anthologizing queer Japan.
Speculative Archives and Black Histories: Screening and Conversation with Arthur Jafa and TourmalineDate: Thursday, February 6, 2020, 7:00pm - 9:50pm
Filmmakers Arthur Jafa and Tourmaline screen their films and discuss speculative reconstruction, archival collage on film, and black histories and futures with cultural historian Uri Mcmillan.
Please join us for a talk with Professor Elspeth Brown about her new book, Work!: A Queer History of Modeling.
The Illustrious Blacks are queer performers who fuse futuristic funk, hypnotic house, and cosmic pop into pulsating positivity.
This town hall will bring together curators, writers, academics, artists, and activists, to discuss representing history, HIV, and justice.
Please join us for a "Show-and-Tell" with Dr. Gayle Rubin at ONE Archives at the USC Libraries, where Rubin will discuss items from the collection, including publications and newsletters related to the Feminist Porn Wars.
Please join Editor Richard Schneider, Felice Picano and Tom Baker in a discussion of In Search of Stonewall: The Riots at 50, The Gay & Lesbian Review at 25, a book that commemorates the magazine's 25th birthday with a collection of relevant articles selected from its 136 issues.
As part of the National Asian & Pacific Islander HIV/AIDS Awareness Day to end silence and shame about HIV/AIDS, survivors will share how they beat the odds and found community in the process.