A reminder that the Sexuality Summer School public events begin tomorrow with a lecture from Annamarie Jagose.

The Sexuality Summer School 2011, in conjunction with the Research Institute for Cosmopolitan Cultures, the Centre for the Study of Sexuality and Culture, University of Manchester S.A.G.E., and the English and American Studies John Edward Taylor Visiting Fellowships, presents 3 public events:

17 May 2011—17:00— Public Lecture (followed by wine reception)

John Casken Lecture Theatre, Martin Harris Building, University of Manchester.

Annamarie Jagose (University of Sydney) John Edward Taylor Visiting Fellow

“Queer Times: Heteronormativity and the Simultaneous Orgasm”

18 May 2011—18:30—Film Screening

Looking for Langston dir. Isaac Julien

With an Introduction by Jackie Stacey (University of Manchester)

Cornerhouse, Manchester

Tickets £4 from Cornerhouse

19 May 2011 –17:00—Public Lecture

John Casken Lecture Theatre, Martin Harris Building, University of Manchester

Laura Doan (University of Manchester)

“Disturbing Practices: What’s Queer History For?”

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