Center for LGBTQ Studies (CLAGS)
The Center for LGBTQ Studies (CLAGS) was founded in 1991 as the first university-based research center in the United States dedicated to the study of historical, cultural, and political issues of vital concern to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer individuals and communities. By sponsoring public programs and conferences, offering fellowships to individual scholars, and functioning as an indispensable conduit of information, CLAGS serves as a national center for the promotion of scholarship that fosters social change. CLAGS’s efforts to promote an academy where homophobia, sexism, racism, and classism are studied and not enacted depend on the generosity of our members. The basic membership rate of $40 ($20 for students or individuals with limited income) includes advanced notification of all public events and a subscription to our biannual newsletter. Members also receive free admission to all CLAGS conferences. CLAGS makes its home at The Graduate Center, CUNY.

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Submissions from 2013

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CLAGS Fellowships and Awards, Noam Parness

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Update from the International Resource Network, Kalle Westerling

Submissions from 2010

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WOW Cafe Theater Unveils 30th Anniversary Festival After Three Decades, Fierce Performers Prove the Show Will Go On, Esther Zinn

Submissions from 2009

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Brooklyn College to Offer Minor in LGBTQ Studies, Jesse Bayker

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Reclamation: The Value of Black Gay Writing LGBTQ Studies Panel, Lisa C. Moore

Submissions from 2008

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Gay and Lesbian Studies in Brazil: A Field in Construction, Berenice Bento

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Introduction to Sixteenth Annual Kessler Lecture Delivered by Douglas Crimp: Testimonial, Rosalyn Deutsche

Submissions from 2007

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Transgender Justice, Richard M. Juang

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Sexuality Studies and LGBTQI Rights in Africa, Sybille Ngo Nyeck

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Some Thoughts on China's Sexual Revolution: Sexuality and Social Change in Contemporary China, Sun Zhongxin

Submissions from 2006

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New Editors for GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, Ann Cvetkovich and Annamarie Jagose

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Looking at Lesbian Feminism 1970-2005: Conversations Across Generations, Polly Thistlethwaite

Submissions from 2005

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Trans Politics, Social Change, and Justice, Richard M. Juang

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Bodies and Landscapes of Control in the Neoliberal City, Kerwin Kaye

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Documenting Queer Community Histories: Whose History Is It?, Jessica Stern and Nicholas Ray

Submissions from 2004

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Queer Zagreb, Zvonimir Dobrovic

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Queer Studies in Eastern Europe: LGBTQ Scholars Convene in Fifth Conference in Poland, Tomek Kitlinski and Pawel Leszkowicz

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Queer CUNY V Conference, Leonard Vogt and J. Elizabeth Clark

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Respect and Equality: Transsexual and Transgender Rights, Stephen Whittle

Submissions from 2003

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Undercover Girl- The FBI's Lesbian: A Note on Resources, Lisa E. Davis

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Media, Message and Meaning: The "Queer As...What?" Symposium, Andrew Ingall

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"Fifty Years After" Symposium Explores the Legacy of Christine Jorgensen, Omar Portillo

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The Ten Days that Shook San Francisco: History and Myth, Paul VanDeCarr

Submissions from 2002

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Anna Marie Smith on Welfare Reform and Sexual Regulation, Richard Blum

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The Perils of Queering the Curriculum, David William Foster

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"More Love and More Desire": A History of the Brazil Lesbian, Gay, and Transgendered Movement, James N. Green

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Harmful to Whom? Panelists Consider the Conservative Backlash Against Judith Levine's New Book, Patrick McCreery

Submissions from 2001

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Queer Feelings, Ann Cvetkovich

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What's Medieval Got to Do With It?, Carolyn Dinshaw

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Emerging Fields of Study, Lesley C. Graydon

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Discovering, Again, the Meaning of "American", Peter Hegarty

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LGBT Studies: Past, Presences and Futures, Richard M. Juang

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Double Margins: Yolanda Martines-San Miguel Discusses LGBTQ Hispanic Caribbean Lit, Lawrence La Fountain-Stokes

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When the Local and the Global Are Too Close for Comfort, Lawrence La Fountain-Stokes

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Challenging Assumptions: A Social Worker's View of Future of the Field, Lori Messinger

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Why Do They Strike Us?, James Polchin

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Major Advances, Omar Portillo

Submissions from 2000

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On the Double: The Hidden (Queer and Jewish) Career of Danny Kaye, Michael Bronski

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GLBT Think Tank and Research Network Formed at Creating Change, Sean Cahill

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Border Troublings, Elizabeth Castelli

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Lesson Plans: CLAGS/NYU CSGS Pedagogy Workshops, Spring 2020, Carolyn Dinshaw

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Whose Millennium?: Religion, Sexuality and the Values of Citizenship, Janet Jakobsen and Ann Pellegrini

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"Who is Sleeping in the Bed of Sodom?", Nancy Levene

Submissions from 1999

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LGBTQ Youth Initiative, Manolo Estavillo

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CLAGS Forms New Advocacy Committee, Elizabeth Freeman

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Supreme Court to Rule on Student Fees Case, Arthur S. Leonard

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Local/Global Conference Stages Conversation about Queer Future, Chandan Reddy

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Conference Queers the Middle Ages, Francesca Sautman

Submissions from 1998

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CLAGS Launches Seminars in the City, Elizabeth Freeman

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Colloquium Series Focuses on Emerging Scholars, Elizabeth Freeman

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Joseph Reflects on Residency, Miranda Joseph

Submissions from 1997

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A Note from the Development Director, Stephanie Grant

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A Note from the Board Chair, Framji Minwalla