Difference between revisions of "4. LGBTIQ struggles and liberation - Nina Trage Andersen"

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9.30-10.20:  
 
9.30-10.20:  
 
(Primary text: Warped excerpt)
 
(Primary text: Warped excerpt)
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Presentation of where I am speaking from/political background
 
Presentation of where I am speaking from/political background
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Introduction of the theme of the day
 
Introduction of the theme of the day
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Capitalism and LGBTIQ opression outlined
 
Capitalism and LGBTIQ opression outlined
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Capitalism and LGBTIQ opression questioned  
 
Capitalism and LGBTIQ opression questioned  
  
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10.30-11.20:  
 
10.30-11.20:  
 
(Primary text: The Queer Manifesto)
 
(Primary text: The Queer Manifesto)
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The history of LGBTIQ struggles, some examples
 
The history of LGBTIQ struggles, some examples
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Identity and social category
 
Identity and social category
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Theoretical discussions and the relation between theories and struggles
 
Theoretical discussions and the relation between theories and struggles
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LGBTIQ theories and struggles questioned  
 
LGBTIQ theories and struggles questioned  
  
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11.30-12.20:  
 
11.30-12.20:  
 
(Primary text: On Lesbian/Gay Liberation)
 
(Primary text: On Lesbian/Gay Liberation)
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The heteronormative left
 
The heteronormative left
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FI and LGBTIQ struggles
 
FI and LGBTIQ struggles
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Updating our analysis: The Youth Camp Spaces and the IIRE LGBTIQ seminars  
 
Updating our analysis: The Youth Camp Spaces and the IIRE LGBTIQ seminars  
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The Left in LGBTIQ struggles questioned  
 
The Left in LGBTIQ struggles questioned  
  

Latest revision as of 14:14, 3 August 2018

9.30-10.20: (Primary text: Warped excerpt)

Presentation of where I am speaking from/political background

Introduction of the theme of the day

Capitalism and LGBTIQ opression outlined

Capitalism and LGBTIQ opression questioned

10.20-10.30: Break

10.30-11.20: (Primary text: The Queer Manifesto)

The history of LGBTIQ struggles, some examples

Identity and social category

Theoretical discussions and the relation between theories and struggles

LGBTIQ theories and struggles questioned

11.20-11.30: Break

11.30-12.20: (Primary text: On Lesbian/Gay Liberation)

The heteronormative left

FI and LGBTIQ struggles

Updating our analysis: The Youth Camp Spaces and the IIRE LGBTIQ seminars

The Left in LGBTIQ struggles questioned