EVENT: Queer and Trans Art as Knowledge Mobilization

The University of Toronto’s Critical Digital Humanities Initiative hosts a Lightning Lunch series on Zoom. Coming up on Wednesday, February 14, at 12:00pm EST, speakers Cait McKinney (Simon Fraser University), Chris Vargas (Western Washington University), and Dallas Fellini (University of Toronto) will share their work in a discussion titled “Queer & Trans Art as Knowledge Mobilization.”

From the event announcement:

Our speakers will address topics related to creative work and knowledge mobilization. How does creative work mobilize knowledge about queer and trans histories? What can digital humanities scholars learn from artists’ practices?

Read more and register here.

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