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UCLA Queer Studies Conference

October 14, 2011

This year’s conference will explore and exploit issues of fashion, queerly construed. We have invited a wide range of questions and panels on subject topics as drag, female masculinities, male femininities, queer making and self-fashioning, cloning and styling, and, of course, the culture and politics of the fashion industry itself. Questions of class, economics, history, ethnicity, race, (im)migration, geography, exploitation, and sublimation are at the forefront of our query. We seek to know what might be a new analytic or interdisciplinary methodology through which to attend to multiple registers of fashion.

Event info & schedule.
Oct 14-15. Royce Hall, 340 Royce Drive, Westwood.
Free & open to the public. No registration required.

Conference closes with a fashion show on Sat 6-8pm. Facebook event.

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