Events - Daily
|Tuesday, December 04|
Lunchtime Talk with Sarah Schulman
Sarah Schulman has organized gay and lesbian Irish people in New York to be allowed to march together in the Saint Patrick’s Day Parade, co-directed the ACT-UP Oral History Project, and co-founded the Lesbian Avenger, which organized the first Dyke March. This novelist, historian, and playwright will discuss lessons she has learned as an LGBT activist since the 1970s.
Sponsored by the LGBT Center and Princeton Committee on Palestine
Rainbow Lounge (Frist Campus Center, Room 247) · 12:00 p.m.– 1:00 p.m.
Israel/Palestine and the Queer International: a lecture by Sarah Schulman
In February, 2011, Jewish American author, playwright and activist Sarah Schulman helped coordinate a delegation of queer Palestinian activists to the United States, an experience that would eventually become the foundation of her book published last month, “Israel/Palestine and the Queer International.” Schulman’s lecture will discuss the beginnings of U.S. LGBT solidarity with the Palestinian struggle, and her hope for a new “queer international” that is emerging in support of human rights around the world.
Co-sponsored by: Princeton Committee on Palestine, the Theater and Dance Department, the Anthropology Department, the Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies, the Program in Near Eastern Studies, the Davis International Center, and Projects Board
Betts Auditorium, Architecture Building · 4:30 p.m.– 6:00 p.m.
Screening of “The Outs”
Come on December 4th for a discussion with Adam Goldman (one of Out Magazine's Out100 in 2012)! The co-creator, writer, and star, Mr. Goldman will be screening portions of his webseries “The Outs” over dinner.
Sponsored by the Queer Graduate Caucus, with support from the LGBT Center, Program in American Studies, Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies, and Program in Visual Arts
Oakes Lounge, Whig Hall · 6:00 p.m.– 7:30 p.m.