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Students in both classes invite you to attend this public symposium highlighting their work-in-progress. Three sessions will be held Saturday, December 10, in Phillips Hall 412 (the Dean's Conference Room), from 11:30 AM-5 PM. The schedule is below. Come out and support this innovative student work and this unique collaboration between English and Honors.
GW LGBT Studies Symposium
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
11:30AM-12:45 PM Class Acts: Queer Performance and Its Discontents
Anna Sorensen, "It Gets Better? Music and Queer Critique"
Daniel Morris, "Queer Time and Space for Rent: Exploring Neoliberal Narratives within Jonathan Larson's Musical"
Ann Marie Kernen, "A Class Analysis of Blue Is the Warmest Color"
Abigail Brook, "Dark Matter: Performing Queer Resistance"
12:45 PM-2 PM BREAK
2:00-3:15 PM Queer Values, Queer Icons
Samantha Lemieux, "Harvesting Anti-Queer Sentiments: Exported Values and Public Policy in Uganda"
Amelia Speight, "Queerly Beloved: Abject Nothingness in Toni Morrison's Beloved"
Sarah Fannon, "Bisexual Instinct: In Defense of the Femme Fatale"
Eliza Goren, "Caitlyn Jenner: An Unattainable Icon for the Transgender Community"
3:30-4:45 PM Cultural Locations of Queer Relations
Karli Ring, "Unraveling the Paths of Queer Friendship as Portrayed in Film"
Madison Haley, "Queering the Catholic Church"
Jacob Pavlik, "Gentrified Feelings: Happiness and Affective Spatial (Dis)Comfort"
Emily Gray, "Back to School: A Swedish Experiment in Gender-Neutral Education"
English and Honors Students to Hold Public Symposium December 10
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