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Hello all, we at CREGS hope you’re doing what you need to do to take care of yourself and your community today. We have decided to cancel tonight’s Asian American Genders and Sexualities event. This is a rough day for many of us, especially for queer and trans people of color, and we want to make sure everyone involved in this event, both attendees and panelists, have the space to take care of themselves. We appreciate your understanding. ... See MoreSee Less

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Come join CREGS for the next talk in our Gender and Sexuality Seminar series on November 9th! We'll be featuring a panel of academics, activists, and artists to talk about East Asian, Southeast Asian, and South Asian diaspora in the United States. See you there! ... See MoreSee Less

Asian American Genders & Sexualities

November 9, 2016, 5:00pm - November 9, 2016, 9:00pm

San Francisco State University J Paul Leonard Library

***UPDATE*** Hello all, we at CREGS hope you’re doing what you need to do to take care of yourself and your community today. We have decided to cancel tonight’s Asian American Genders and Sexualities event. This is a rough day for many of us, especially for queer and trans people of color, and we want to make sure everyone involved in this event, both attendees and panelists, have the space to take care of themselves. We appreciate your understanding. ******** The Center for Research and Education on Gender and Sexuality is pleased to present "Asian American Genders and Sexualities", a moderated panel discussion exploring Asian American gender and sexuality from an interdisciplinary perspective. Wednesday, November 9th from 5pm-7pm. Room 121 (first floor), J. Paul Leonard Library, San Francisco State University 1600 Holloway Ave The panel will be featuring: Valerie Francisco-Menchavez: Assistant Professor in Sociology and Sexuality Studies at SFSU. Dr. Francisco’s work focuses on global and transnational sociology, migration and immigration, Phillippine diaspora, gender and family, and on the transnational activism that emerges from the social conditions of migration, separation, and migrant labor. Việt Lê: Artist, writer, curator, and an Assistant Professor in visual studies at California College of the Arts. He has ben published in positions: asia critique; Crab Orchard Review; American Quarterly; Amerasia Journal; Art Journal; and the anthologies Writing from the Perfume River; Strange Cargo; The Spaces Between Us; Modern and Contemporary Southeast Asian Art; among others. Anantha Sudhakar: Assistant Professor in the Asian American Studies Department at SFSU. With an academic background in English (and a PhD in English from Rutgers University), Dr. Sudhakar’s work focuses on South Asian American literature and culture, diaspora and transnationalism, and queer theory. Amy Sueyoshi: Associate Dean of the College of Ethnic Studies at SFSU. She is a co-curator and founding member of the GLBT History Museum, the first queer history museum in the United States. She also initiated the Dragon Fruit Project, a community oral history project for API Equality Northern California. Her second book Sex Acts: Gender and Sexual Freedom and the Birth of the American “Oriental” is forthcoming from University Press of Colorado. This event and all CREGS events are wheelchair accessible. If you would like to request additional accommodations for this event, including ASL interpretation, please contact Tobie Klibansky at tkaye@sfsu.edu or 415-817-4512 by 11/01/16.

1 month ago  ·  

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Come be cozy and dry and talk about how SFSU can better serve their LGBTQ students on this grey grey day. ... See MoreSee Less

LGBTQ Campus Climate: Exploration of Findings & Discussion.

October 25, 2016, 5:00pm - October 25, 2016, 9:00pm

J. Paul Leonard Library

TUESDAY OCTOBER 25th, 2016. RM 121, J. PAUL LEONARD LIBRARY SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY 1600 HOLLOWAY AVE, SF, CA 94132 Justin Boese (who graduated from the SFSU Sexuality Studies MA program in 2016) will share data from his thesis research assessing the climate for LGBTQ+ students at SFSU, followed by a townhall style discussion featuring Rachel Henry (Student Life representative, SFSU), Rumaldo Godinez (Associated Students Queer and Trans Resource Center, SFSU), Dr. Mary Ann Begley (Interim Associate VP & Dean of Students, SFSU), and Dr. Mickey Eliason (Assistant Dean of Faculty Development & Scholarship, SFSU). All CREGS events are wheelchair accessible. If you have other accommodation requests, including ASL interpretation, please contact Tobie Klibansky at 415-817-4512 or tkaye@sfsu.edu at least 1 week before the event.

1 month ago  ·  

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Friends and colleagues at SFSU please attend this important event and encourage your students to attend too. ... See MoreSee Less

LGBTQ Campus Climate: Exploration of Findings & Discussion.

October 25, 2016, 5:00pm - October 25, 2016, 9:00pm

J. Paul Leonard Library

TUESDAY OCTOBER 25th, 2016. RM 121, J. PAUL LEONARD LIBRARY SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY 1600 HOLLOWAY AVE, SF, CA 94132 Justin Boese (who graduated from the SFSU Sexuality Studies MA program in 2016) will share data from his thesis research assessing the climate for LGBTQ+ students at SFSU, followed by a townhall style discussion featuring Rachel Henry (Student Life representative, SFSU), Rumaldo Godinez (Associated Students Queer and Trans Resource Center, SFSU), Dr. Mary Ann Begley (Interim Associate VP & Dean of Students, SFSU), and Dr. Mickey Eliason (Assistant Dean of Faculty Development & Scholarship, SFSU). All CREGS events are wheelchair accessible. If you have other accommodation requests, including ASL interpretation, please contact Tobie Klibansky at 415-817-4512 or tkaye@sfsu.edu at least 1 week before the event.

2 months ago  ·  

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Mark your calendars! Tuesday 10/25 we'll be hosting a townhall discussion and info session exploring the current climate on SFSU campus for LGBTQ+ students. ... See MoreSee Less

LGBTQ Campus Climate: Exploration of Findings & Discussion.

October 25, 2016, 5:00pm - October 25, 2016, 9:00pm

J. Paul Leonard Library

TUESDAY OCTOBER 25th, 2016. RM 121, J. PAUL LEONARD LIBRARY SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY 1600 HOLLOWAY AVE, SF, CA 94132 Justin Boese (who graduated from the SFSU Sexuality Studies MA program in 2016) will share data from his thesis research assessing the climate for LGBTQ+ students at SFSU, followed by a townhall style discussion featuring Rachel Henry (Student Life representative, SFSU), Rumaldo Godinez (Associated Students Queer and Trans Resource Center, SFSU), Dr. Mary Ann Begley (Interim Associate VP & Dean of Students, SFSU), and Dr. Mickey Eliason (Assistant Dean of Faculty Development & Scholarship, SFSU). All CREGS events are wheelchair accessible. If you have other accommodation requests, including ASL interpretation, please contact Tobie Klibansky at 415-817-4512 or tkaye@sfsu.edu at least 1 week before the event.

2 months ago  ·  

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Summer Institute

After much discussion and consideration, it’s been decided that CREGS will postpone this year’s Summer Institute. We will instead undergo some intensive planning and development and hit the ground running at the end of this summer with an announcement of the topic of the 2017 Summer Institute on Sexuality. For updates as we get them, continue to ‘like’ our Summer Institute Facebook page and be the first to learn about any SI news!

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LGBTQ SPEAKERS BUREAU

The San Francisco LGBTQ Speakers Bureau aims to bring an end to homophobic and transphobic violence and harassment by educating people about the everyday lives of those in our community. We believe that through open and honest dialogue about issues pertaining to sexual orientation and gender identity, we can help foster a greater understanding of our common humanity, which in turn will result in healthier, safer communities for everyone.