15 4 / 2014

CGS 105: Queer Theory"Queer Theory/Queer Cinema"Instructor: Ashvin R. Kini

2014 Summer Session IIMondays and Wednesdays, 2-4:50PM

This course will offer an introduction to some of the key debates and questions in the study of lesbian, gay, trans, and queer sexualities. We will approach the field of queer studies by viewing a handful of iconic queer films of the past few decades: Isaac Julien’s Looking For Langston; Dee Rees’ Pariah; Jennie Livingston’s Paris is Burning; and Wong Kar-Wai’s Happy Together. These films will allow us an opportunity to engage a range of issues addressed in the various critical essays we will read by queer studies scholars and activists including the history of sexuality; family, kinship, and marriage; representation and performance; queer subcultures; and migration and globalization. Throughout our study, we will consider how gender and sexuality intersect with formations of race, class, citizenship, and culture.

CGS 105: Queer Theory
"Queer Theory/Queer Cinema"
Instructor: Ashvin R. Kini

2014 Summer Session II
Mondays and Wednesdays, 2-4:50PM

This course will offer an introduction to some of the key debates and questions in the study of lesbian, gay, trans, and queer sexualities. We will approach the field of queer studies by viewing a handful of iconic queer films of the past few decades: Isaac Julien’s Looking For Langston; Dee Rees’ Pariah; Jennie Livingston’s Paris is Burning; and Wong Kar-Wai’s Happy Together. These films will allow us an opportunity to engage a range of issues addressed in the various critical essays we will read by queer studies scholars and activists including the history of sexuality; family, kinship, and marriage; representation and performance; queer subcultures; and migration and globalization. Throughout our study, we will consider how gender and sexuality intersect with formations of race, class, citizenship, and culture.

15 4 / 2014

15 4 / 2014

15 4 / 2014

Come by the CCC to fill out our weekly thought spot!

Come by the CCC to fill out our weekly thought spot!

08 4 / 2014

08 4 / 2014

08 4 / 2014

08 4 / 2014

The First CCC Mural

Intern projects and events have always been the backbone of Center community building and events.  Over the years Interns have done everything from coloring books, zines, photo projects, blogs, to name only a few.  In 2001 Delia Pacheco, as her Student Initiated Project (SIP), put together the first CCC mural.  The mural was conceived, designed, and painted for community by community (Jennifer and Olympia painting) and the finished product are featured here.  The mural is alive and well our Price Center location and will make its triumphant return during 20 year anniversary activities.  Thank you Delia and all those community members to worked on the project.  The art we make together, in community, is a big piece of the Centers history and impact.

08 4 / 2014

08 4 / 2014