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Crosspost: Exploring Baltimore's Queer Past

Winter Wednesdays: with Dr. Kate Drabinski

Check out this virtual event coming up on January 6, hosted by Beyond the Classroom! RSVP and find more information about joining the event at the following link:

Join us for the first virtual Winter Wednesdays event in a  series of informal talks on a variety of interdisciplinary topics. 

Students, faculty, and staff — bring your own lunch and stay connected with the UMBC academic community. 

As a proud resident of Baltimore city, Kate Drabinski has been co-leading tours and telling stories about the city's LGBTQ+ history for years. Join us to learn about the process and pitfalls of exploring queer history and learn about some of Baltimore's earliest social and political organizations that have shaped queer life in the city.

Bio: Kate Drabinski is Senior Lecturer in Gender, Women's, + Sexuality Studies and Director of the WILL+ Program (Women Involved in Learning) at UMBC. Her research and teaching interests include feminist and queer theory, feminist activism, and the history of Baltimore City.

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Persons with disabilities who need accommodations or have questions about access may contact Natalia Panfile.

Posted: December 21, 2020, 11:22 AM