Calendar of Events

Fall 2019 Calendar of Events
 

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9 

AMERICAN COMMUNITIES PROGRAM: FELLOWS SYMPOSIUM
 
Please join us as the 2019-20 ACP fellows discuss humanities-based modes of inquiry and ways of theorizing our theme, in/visibilities. The fellows are Pablo Baler (Department of Modern Languages and Literatures), Gabriela Fried-Amilivia (Department of Sociology), and Angela Vergara (Department of History). 

12:15 pm ● Alhambra Room 

3rd Floor ● University-Student Union


MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9 

QUEER DISAPPEARANCE: A MULTIMEDIA DIALOGUE

Presented in collaboration with the Center for the Study of Genders and Sexualities. 

6 PM ● U-SU Theatre 

1st Floor ● University-Student Union
 

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 

A BODY IN THE O by Tim Miller: A PERFORMANCE

Join us as we welcome internationally-acclaimed queer performer Tim Miller as Miller performs excerpts from A Body In The O, demonstrating how performance can change our lives and challenge the world to create a better future.
 
6 PM  ● State Playhouse
 

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16 

RACE, GENDER, POWER ALONG THE U.S. - MEXICO BORDER
 
Join us as we discuss the politics of race, gender, and power along the U.S. - Mexico border. 

6 PM ● U-SU Theatre 

1st Floor ● University-Student Union
 

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5 

CSGS/ACP: KEN GONZALES-DAY: BONE GRASS BOY

Renowned LA-based Chicano artist Ken Gonzales-Day will present on his multimedia artwork, titled Bone Grass Boy. Part creative fiction, part creative biography, and part photography, Gonzales-Day will speak to what it's like to look for your queer, chicano, and indigenous family history in the archive and to not find it - so you have nothing left to do but invent it on your own.  

4:30 PM ● U-SU Theatre 

1st floor ● University-Student Union


Presented by the American Communities Program, and co-sponsored by Cross Cultural Centers; Center for the Study of Genders and Sexualities; MFA Program in Creative Writing and Literary Arts; Honors College; College of Arts and Letters; Dr. Joseph A. Bailey, II, M.D.; University-Student Union; and student fees.

For more information, or to request accommodations for a disability, please contact Dr. Maria Karafilis, American Communities Program, at mkarafi@calstatela.edu.

Nominal parking fee for off-campus guests.