Your Scholarship Has a Home: Highlighting Queer Geographies at the 2021 AAG

Type: Virtual Paper
Theme:
Sponsor Groups: Queer and Trans Geographies Specialty Group
Poster #:
Day: 4/9/2021
Start / End Time: 11:10 AM / 12:25 PM (PDT)
Room: Virtual 50
Organizers: Julian Barr
Chairs: Julian Barr

Call for Submissions

To participate, please email abstract and PIN to Julian Barr (jubarr@uw.edu)


Description

Session: Your Scholarship Has a Home: Highlighting Queer Geographies at the 2021 AAG
Virtual Paper Session

Sponsored by the Queer and Trans Geographies Specialty Group, this session aims to bring into conversation diverse scholarship that engages with Queer Geographies. In a year of unprecedented challenges, increased labor for scholars, and political unrest, we acknowledge that fewer conference sessions are available due to overstretched commitments to our communities, ourselves, and our families. This session will provide space to bring scholars together who wish to present queer geographical work at the AAG but lack a session home. Such a collection of papers will emphasize the breadth and impact that Queer Geographies have in geographical sub-disciplines including, but not limited to, historical geography, health geographies, environmental justice, urban geography, social geography, and many more. This session aims to highlight the extraordinary impact of Queer Geographies to push critical geographical disciplines for greater inclusivity of sexuality and gender, as well as multidimensional understandings of power across space and place.


Agenda

Type Details Minutes Start Time
Presenter Claire Davis*, Ryerson University, Queer sexuality and exclusion: the advancement of environmental injustice through moral regulation of urban greenspace 15 11:10 AM
Presenter Bobbi Zaman*, Portland State University, "#FursofColor": LGBTQ+ BIPOC Inner-Fandom Place-Making and the Politics of "No Politics" 15 11:25 AM
Presenter Shamayeta Bhattacharya*, University of Connecticut, Debs Ghosh, University of Connecticut, Debanuj Dasgupta, University of California, Santa Barbara, A ‘trans’ turn to geographies of sexuality: perspectives from South Asia 15 11:40 AM
Presenter Andrew Whittemore*, University of North Carolina At Chapel Hill, Queer-Friendly Metropolis? The Geography and Intentions of Mainstream-Oriented, LGBTQ-Friendly Businesses and Organizations in a Smaller Metropolitan Area of the US South 15 11:55 AM
Presenter Julian Barr*, University of Washington, Placing Historical Lesbian Communities 15 12:10 PM

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