Each of these presentations considers the complexities of transnational LGBTQ politics after marriage, using a variety of scholarly and activist approaches.
John C. Hawley: “Beyond the Pink Picket Fence: Are Gays and Lesbians Still Queer, and What are the Ethical Demands of their (Inter)National Politics Now?” (full abstract)
Raha Iranian Feminist Collective: “After Marriage, Redefining Freedom in the Crosshairs of Empire and Dictatorship” (full abstract)
Kay Lalor: “Lasting Partnerships or Fragile Connections? LGBTQ Politics, Diplomacy, and International Law” (full abstract)
Matthew Waites: “Genocide in Global Queer Politics and Scholarship” (full abstract)
Jamie J. Hagen: “Securing the Queer Refugee: Comparing Asylum Policies in the United States and United Kingdom” (full abstract)