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conference program
U N L E S S O T H E R W I S E N O T E D , A L L E V E N T S TA K E P L A C E I N K A R P E N H A L L .

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2:00-6:00 pm 3:00-4:30 pm Registration / Karpen Hall, First Floor Lobby Plenary Session Roundtable / Laurel Forum, Karpen Hall
Politics of Possibility: Past, Present, Future/Activism, Art, Institution.Voices from the UNCA GLBT Organizing Committee: Casey Ellingsworth, Flinn Gillan, Mary Frances Ritchie, Keith Bramlett, Karin Peterson, Lori Horvitz, Katie Sue Campbell, Ryan-Ashley Anderson, Anna Floyd • Moderator: Marcia Ghidina

4:30-5:30 pm

Opening Reception / Laurel Forum, Karpen Hall
Performance by Cantarìa

7:00 pm

Hedwig and the Angry Inch /Humanities Lecture Hall
Film, followed by Discussion with John Cameron Mitchell Introduction: Flinn Gillan for Alliance

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8:00-5:00 pm 8:00-9:00 am 9:00-10:15 am Registration / Karpen Hall, First Floor Lobby Coffee + Snacks / Laurel Forum, Karpen Hall Panels and Readings
Panel 1: Queer Teaching/Queer Learning / Karpen Hall 011 Moderator: Ryan Ashley Anderson The Queers onCampus: Understanding How Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Students Perform Oppositional Identity Work • Caroline Cottingham, Century College of Louisiana Performing Queerness/Performing Whiteness: Teaching for Social Justice in the ‘Queer Classroom” • Kimberly Heinz, UNC Greensboro Personal, Political, Pedagogical, Performative, Praxis: Queer in the Classroom—Five Not-So-Easy Pieces • Lee Ann Roripaugh,University of South Dakota
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Panel 2: Making Spaces / Karpen Hall 038 Moderator: Mary Alm Those Poor People: Small Town Gay Bar, Queer Identity and Class Representation • Angelica Lemke, The Union Institute and University Just “Passing” Through, Ma’am: Queer Agency, Sneakiness and Subversive Hermeneutics • Jamie Davis, WesternCarolina University Representing Rural Erotica: Cowboys, Hillbillies, and other Queer Untouchables • Mathias Detamore, University of Kentucky Electronic Lesbian Poetry Archive: An Exploration of History, Literature and the Archive • Julie R. Enszer, University of Maryland

Panel 3: Ancient Sexuality / Karpen Hall 033 Moderator: Sophie Mills Naked Truths: Examination of the Erastes/EromenosRelationship in Greek Art • Cynthia Fountain, UNCA Sexuality and Citizenship: Male Prostitution in Ancient Greece • Virginia Payne, UNCA You in Greek Days: Oscar Wilde, Lord Alfred Douglas, and the Hellenic Ideal • Jeremy Duncan, UNCA

Queer Literary Readings I / Laurel Forum, Karpen Hall Moderator: Flinn Gillan Cynn Chadwick, UNCA • Jim Driggers, UNCA Holly Iglesias, UNCA • David Hopes, UNCA10:30-11:45 am

Panel, Roundtable and Workshop
Panel 1: Queer Identities and Social Change / Karpen Hall 011 Moderator: Katie Sue Campbell Queering Passing: An Exploration of Passing among Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/ Queer Individuals • Rachel Verni, CUNY Graduate Center The Black Bohemians: A Queer History of the Harlem Renaissance • Hettie Williams, Monmouth University Converging on the Heterosexual Dyad:The Evolution of Mormon and Seventh-Day Adventist Sexual Norms in Response to Movements for Social Change • Laura Vance, Warren Wilson College The Possibilities of Social Death: Kvisa Schora and the Rupture of Zionist Collectivity • Tallie Ben Daniel, UC Davis

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Roundtable 1: What’s a Queer to Do? Talking About Same-Sex...
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