LGBT Asylum Taskforce. February 2017.

Helga Druxes (Williams College): “‘Montag ist wieder PEGIDA-Tag’: Pegida’s Community Building and Discursive Strategies.” March 2017.

KJ Rawson (College of the Holy Cross): “Introducing the Digital Trans Archive.” March 2017.








Perspectives on Prostitution. March 2017.

  • Nina Kushner (Clark University, History): “Camille and Her Troubles in Historical Context.”
  • Ellen Foley (Clark University, IDCE): “Regulating Sex in Senegal.”
  •  Marianne Sarkis (Clark University, IDCE): “From ‘ex-prostitute’ to ‘survivor of sexual exploitation’: Changing terms to change perceptions and policies around commercial sexual exploitation (CSE)/prostitution in Worcester.” 




Ken Reeves (MIT): “Brother to Brother: Gay Black Men from the Age of Reagan to the Age of Trump.” April 2017.








Robert Sember (New School University): “Live to be Legend: Health, Art, and Kinship in the House and BallroomCommunity.” April 2017

Live to Be Legend