Calendar of Events

Every year, we coordinate a diverse array of annual events, including a National Coming Out Day open mic, a vigil for Trans Day of Remembrance, and Lavender Graduation in honor of graduating members of the BGLTQ community. In addition to these annual events, we coordinate regular programming throughout the semester, and we aspire to centralize all events related to BGLTQ issues and concerns on campus, as well as many in the Greater Boston area.

You can learn more by signing up for our Weekly Newsletter, the QuWeekly, or exploring the calendar below. If you would like your event included, please email bgltq@fas.harvard.edu.

Inclusion in our calendar does not necessarily mean endorsement. Events we officially sponsor will explicitly state our sponsorship in the event description.

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UPCOMING EVENTS:

2018 Jan 25

Sex and Gender Series: Roundtable, Bringing Gender into Biomedical Research

4:00pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

Plimpton Room (Barker Center 133, 12 Quincy St.)

For more information about this series, click here.

This seminar engages feminist theorists, science studies scholars, and practicing scientists in conversation about the constructs of “sex” and “gender” in biological and health science research, highlighting the work of researchers who devise innovative ways to analyze gender in intersectional biomedical research.

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2018 Feb 15

Sex and Gender Series: "Transient Assemblages”: A New Hypothesis About the Biology of Sex

4:00pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

Plimpton Room (Barker Center 133, 12 Quincy St.)

For more information about this series, click here.

This seminar engages feminist theorists, science studies scholars, and practicing scientists in conversation about the constructs of “sex” and “gender” in biological and health science research, highlighting the work of researchers who devise innovative ways to analyze gender in intersectional biomedical research.

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2018 Mar 01

Sex and Gender Series: Gender Matters in Heart Disease: A Novel Measure of Gender to Measure the Impact of Gender on Heart Disease Risk and Outcome

4:00pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

Plimpton Room (Barker Center 133, 12 Quincy St.)

For more information about this series, click here.

This seminar engages feminist theorists, science studies scholars, and practicing scientists in conversation about the constructs of “sex” and “gender” in biological and health science research, highlighting the work of researchers who devise innovative ways to analyze gender in intersectional biomedical research.

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Read more about Sex and Gender Series: Gender Matters in Heart Disease: A Novel Measure of Gender to Measure the Impact of Gender on Heart Disease Risk and Outcome
2018 Mar 29

Sex and Gender Series: Gender-in-the-body: Infant-Mother Motor Interactions during Months 3-12 of Infancy

4:00pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

Plimpton Room (Barker Center 133, 12 Quincy St.)

For more information about this series, click here.

This seminar engages feminist theorists, science studies scholars, and practicing scientists in conversation about the constructs of “sex” and “gender” in biological and health science research, highlighting the work of researchers who devise innovative ways to analyze gender in intersectional biomedical research.

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Read more about Sex and Gender Series: Gender-in-the-body: Infant-Mother Motor Interactions during Months 3-12 of Infancy
2018 Apr 19

Sex and Gender Series: Gender/Sex, Social Neuroendocrinology, and Feminist/Queer Science

4:00pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

Plimpton Room, Barker Center, 12 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA, United States

For more information about this series, click here.

This seminar engages feminist theorists, science studies scholars, and practicing scientists in conversation about the constructs of “sex” and “gender” in biological and health science research, highlighting the work of researchers who devise innovative ways to analyze gender in intersectional biomedical research.

...

Read more about Sex and Gender Series: Gender/Sex, Social Neuroendocrinology, and Feminist/Queer Science