What does it meant to live a life queerly? How can we best understand the social mechanisms and relationships central to lives and communities that cross boundaries of sexuality and gender? This session hopes to encourage discussion of how LGBTQ lives and narratives are sociologically understood and interpreted, and to make connections between queer theorizing and the variable, mundane experiences of trans, lesbian, bisexual, queer, two-spirited and gay people.
Session Organizer: Ailsa Craig, PhD, Memorial University, email@example.com
This session has been divided into three sub-sessions.
Querying Queer Lives: Queer Spaces and Places
Session Code: GS5-A
Querying Queer Lives: Queer Negotiations
Session Code: GS5-B
Querying Queer Lives: Performativity, Sense-making, and Affect in Queer Lives
Session Code: GS5-C