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LGBTI staff and students are often not visible, and their experiences with heteronormativity while working and studying at UvA can go unnoticed. To address this, ASV Gay, Dimitris Bouris and Anne Louise Schotel are organizing an informal event to collect the experiences of students at UvA in dealing with heteronormativity during their studies. The event is aimed at mapping the challenges students face and serves as a basis to formulate solutions for the future.

Event details of Challenging Heteronormativity at the UvA
Date 8 December 2021
Time 15:00 -17:00

Do you experience heteronormativity while studying at UvA?

We would love to hear from you!
ASV Gay, Anne Louise Schotel and Dimitris Bouris are organizing an event to collect your experiences.

With: Andrew Reynolds is a faculty member in the School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University and a Professor of Political Science (on leave) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Reynolds is one of the leading scholars on LGBT+ representation in the world. His latest book The Children of Harvey Milk: How LGBTQ Politicians Changed the World has been lauded as a groundbreaking study of the impact of out queer elected officials.

In case you have any questions do not hesistate to reach out:

A.L. (Anne Louise) Schotel MSc

Convenor

Livestream available

E-mail a.l.schotel@uva.nl to register interest

Location

REC B.305

Other events with Andrew Reynolds in the same week:

These events were made possible by ACES - Diverse Europe Theme group.