“Podcasting the Past: Teaching Tolerance and the Making of Queer America”

CITRAL Seminar Room, Library UCSB Library, 525 UCEN Rd, Santa Barbara, CA

"Podcasting the Past: Teaching Tolerance and the Making of Queer America" — History Department Gender and Sexualities Cluster  Interactive talk with Dr. Leila Rupp, Distinguished Professor of Feminist Studies Leila Rupp, Department of Feminist Studies, will talk about the process of designing and co-hosting a podcast, "Queer America," sponsored by the Southern Poverty Law Center's Teaching Tolerance project. The podcast aims [...]

Gender Cluster Workshop | Anna Rudolph

HSSB 4020 University of California Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA

  On Thursday, 20 January 2022, Anna Rudolph will share her chapter - Chapter 6_Revolutionary Radegund- with the Gender and Sexualities Research Cluster.    This chapter presents an in-depth study of the cult of Radegund, a sixth-century Frankish queen-saint, from the French Revolution through the turn of the twentieth century. The Revolution had a devastating effect on the cult of Radegund [...]

Gender Cluster Workshop | Giulia Giamboni “Women’s donations of Textiles. A Shared Body of Memories”

Zoom Box

Graduate student, Giulia Giamboni shares the 3rd chapter of her dissertation - "Women’s donations of Textiles" (here)-  with the Gender and Sexualities Research Cluster.    This chapter investigates the construction of political affiliation and religious patronage through the donation of textiles in the cross-cultural context of fourteenth-century Zadar (Croatia). I argue that these gifts, in particular those involving textiles, constituted a public expression of [...]

Gender + Sexualities Paper Workshop | Mika Thornburg | “Selling Self-Discovery: Constructing a Desire for Female Travel in Postwar Japan, 1960-1985”

HSSB 4041 University of California Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA

Mika Thornburg will share her in-progress dissertation chapter: "Selling Self-Discovery: Constructing a Desire for Female Travel in Postwar Japan, 1960-1985." Please read the paper in advance and be prepared to share your observations and insights with the group.

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