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Amelia Jones on March 9th – “Intimate Relations: What Makes Performance Queer? What Makes Queer Performative?”

March 1, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Image: Rocio Boliver with Thibault Delferière, The Sea Anemone and the Hermit Crab, 2015, from ‘Overstimulated’ event, organized by Dominic Johnson and Jennifer Doyle, Human Resources, Los Angeles. Courtesy of Amelia Jones. Leslie Lohman Queer Art Lecture Series in partnership with Hallwalls and the Queer Studies Research Workshop presents Amelia Jones, March 9th at 7pm at Read More


Professor Benjamin Kahan to Give Two Lectures Today in Clemens Hall

November 23, 2015  by: Natalie Fleming

Today, November 23rd at 2:30pm 606 Clemens (UB North Campus) The Department of Art, the Queer Studies Research Workshop, the Modernisms Workshop, and the Leslie Lohman Queer Art Lecture Series invited lecturer Benjamin Kahan will give a talk entitled  “Ray Johnson’s Anti-Archive: Blackface, Sadomasochism, and the Racial and Sexual Imagination of Pop Art.” His essay reconsiders Read More


26th Annual Day With(out) Art on World AIDS Day Panel Discussion and Video Screening

November 17, 2015  by: Natalie Fleming

Shan Kelley, “With Curators Like These, Who Needs A Cure,” 2015. oil paint, semen, resin on wood, 5×7 in. Newly produced video RADIANT PRESENCE to screen at UB followed by a panel discussion on HIV/AIDS Event recognizes 26th Annual Day With(out) Art on World AIDS Day 2015 In recognition of the 26th annual Day With(out) Read More


Professor Zach Blas: "Contra-Internet" at Queer Studies Research Workshop

April 2, 2015  by: Natalie Fleming

The Queer Studies Research Workshop presents Zach Blas: Contra-Internet Wednesday, April 8, 2015, 11:30am 606 Clemens Hall This talk will explore contemporary aesthetic and political militancies, subversions, and alternatives of “the Internet,” what Blas theorizes as contra-internet practices. Experimentally developed from the feminist/queer writings of J. K. Gibson-Graham and Beatriz Preciado, contra-internet is a genealogical, methodological, and Read More


UB Professor Michael Boucai Presents "Glorious Precedents: When Gay Marriage Was Radical"

March 24, 2015  by: Natalie Fleming

The Queer Studies Research Workshop invites you to attend a talk entitled Glorious Precedents: When Gay Marriage Was Radical presented by Michael Boucai, Associate Professor in the UB Law School.  The talk will be held in 606 Clemens Hall at 12:00pm on Thursday, March 26th. In the early 1970s, the heyday of gay liberation, legalized gay Read More


W. Dustin Parrott to Read Dissertation Excerpts at Upcoming Queer Studies Research Workshop

February 5, 2015  by: Natalie Fleming

The Queer Studies Research Workshop presents: W. Dustin Parrott: Is the Rectum a Womb? Bug-Chasing and New Futures: Queer Theory and the Death of a Way of Life 5:00pm Wednesday February 25, 2015 606 Clemens Hall Queer theorists have been at odds over the so-called antisocial thesis seemingly since Leo Bersani inaugurated the concept in his Read More


Professor Jonathan D. Katz Announces Queer Studies Research Workshop Pink Book

December 5, 2014  by: Natalie Fleming

Jonathan D. Katz, Director of the Doctoral Program in Visual Studies and Co-Coordinator of the Queer Studies Research Workshop announces the release of the first “Pink Book” for the Spring 2015 semester – a compendium of all queer studies related courses in all University Departments. The Pink Book is an initiative of the Queer Studies Read More


TODAY – Dr. Jonathan Katz speaks at the Queer Studies Research Workshop Works-in-Progress Series

October 21, 2014  by: Natalie Fleming

The Queer Studies Research Workshop Works-in-Progress Series Presents: Nude Ghosts: Allen Ginsberg, General Idea, and the Old New Queer  Jonathan D. Katz, Director of the UB Visual Studies PhD Program 4pm-6pm Tuesday October 21, 2014 606 Clemens Hall, UB North Campus Precisely not gay, yet deeply homoerotic, Allen Ginsberg’s work could appear self-contradictory until the Read More


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