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Queer/Cuir/Feminist (Q/C/F) Group of the Americas


Faculty Lead: Larry La Fountain

The Queer/Cuir/Feminist (Q/C/F) Group of the Americas will engage in a three-day work meeting and host a symposium in Ann Arbor on September 19-21, 2019 to advance the publication of two scholarly journal special issues that will appear in the United States (in English) and in Brazil (in Spanish and Portuguese). This Think-Act Tank aims to create a public space at U-M for the discussion of LGBTQ Latinx, Indigenous, and Afro-diasporic gender and sexuality. Their interdisciplinary, transnational, action-based, Latinx queer feminist scholarly group includes university-based scholars and independent scholars and activists that are involved in diverse educational initiatives in several Latin American countries and US Latinx communities. The Ann Arbor meeting will bring together eight long-term members of the group with seven collaborators from Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, El Salvador, and Puerto Rico who have historically not had the resources to travel to U-M gatherings.

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