Home | Coming | Out 10 Years of LGBTQ Studies at Colgate: Panel of Faculty
The LGBTQ Studies program at Colgate will mark its 10th anniversary with a symposium that coincides with the University’s Homecoming Weekend celebrations. The program will reflect aspects of belonging, visibility, and well-being through events that consider the past, present, and future -- the opportunities and challenges -- of LGBTQ studies broadly viewed so as to include scholarship, pedagogy, and institutional impacts.
Three panel discussions will feature returning alumni and invited faculty. Topics include experiences and aspirations; the state and future of LGBTQ Studies; and fostering new forms of engagement with queer alumni and communities.
Panel 2 Faculty
Faculty panelists will include Matt Brim (Associate Professor of Queer Studies in the English Department, College of Staten Island, CUNY), Pedro DiPietro (Assistant Professor of Women’s & Gender Studies, Syracuse University), Dominique Hill (Class of 2005, A. Lindsay O’Connor Fellow in Women’s Studies, Colgate University), Eliza Kent (Professor and Head of the Department of Religion, Skidmore College), Kareem Khubchandani (Class of 2004, Mellon Assistant Professor of Theatre, Dance & Performance Studies, Tufts University), and Melissa White (Assistant Professor of LGBT Studies, Hobart & William Smith Colleges).
Saturday, October 5 at 9:30am to 10:45am