Join Harvard Law’s community of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer and allied students for a lunch discussion with the Harvard Law School library curators of “Queering the Collection: LGBTQ+ History ca. 1600-1970” in the library’s Caspersen Room. (Fourth Floor)
Read more about the exhibit and see digital collections at the HLSL website: ...
Join the Harvard College Womens' Center, the Office of BGLTQ+ Student Life, SHADE, and ABHW for a discussion on building communty accountability after violence against trans womxn of color.
Trans womxn of color experience violence at a disproportionate rate on Harvard's campus and beyond. This year, over 20+ trans womxn and gender non-conforming individuals have been killed, with trans womxn of color making up the majority of the victims. The AAU Sexual Assuault Survey reported that 43...
Knafel Center 10 Garden Street Cambridge, MA 02138
Free and open to the public.
During his Radcliffe fellowship, Corey Rayburn Yung is writing a book analyzing the paradox between panic and denial at the heart of American laws related to sexual violence. The book will build upon his previous research to offer a coherent explanation for the social and legal dynamics surrounding sexual violence. The project will be ... Read more about The Sex Crimes Paradox
This issue, edited by Michèle Lamont and Paul Pierson, explores the cultural and social frameworks that can put societies on a path toward greater and more equitable prosperity in the face of increasingly persistent inequality. Through an intimate and interactive panel discussion moderated by Jennifer Hochschild, the launch event will... Read more about Inequality as a Multidimensional Process