Rethinking Sexuality Politics 

This year's Miranda Joseph Endowed Lecture is with Paul Amar, Thursday, March 26, 6 p.m. at the UA Center for Creative Photography, 1030 N. Olive Road. Amar's lecture, "The Security Archipelago: Rethinking Sexuality Politics in an age of Global Counter-revolution," is free and followed by a reception on the patio of the College of Architecture and Planning and Landscape Architecture, 1040 N. Olive Road. Amar will discuss new approaches to the study of sexuality politics and police states, offering new ways to read and to confront emergent forms of global power by examining trendsetting cases in Brazil and Egypt. Need more details, go to the event Facebook page.



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