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Gender Arc at UL and the School of Culture & Communication

Gender Arc

Gender Arc at UL and The School of Culture & Communication Invite you to: 

Public Lecture by Jack Halberstam

Jack Halberstam will be giving a public lecture in UL on Wednesday 21 February -- 'Trans*: Visualizing the Gender Variant Body'. This is a free event and all are welcome - but we ask that people please register on Eventbrite. .

Time & venue: 6pm Wednesday 21st February in GEMS0-016, UL North Campus.

Gender Arc@UL and the School of Culture & Communication

Jack Halberstam’s current research in the fields of gender, queer theory, visual and cultural studies focuses on transgenderism, on anti-disciplinary knowledge, on subcultures, and on wildness. His recent books include 'Trans*: A Quick and Quirky Account of Gender Variability' (2018), 'Gaga Feminism: Sex, Gender and The End of Normal' (Beacon Press, 2012), 'The Queer Art of Failure' (Duke, 2011). Specialising in a range of mediums, from Gothic literature to film, Halberstam’s pioneering work helped define the field of sexuality studies with publications including 'In A Queer Time and Place: Transgender Bodies, Subcultural Lives' (NYU, 2005), and 'Female Masculinity' (Duke, 1998), along with articles in numerous journals, magazines, and collections.