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  • From the Cakewalk to the Catwalk: How Black Queer Culture Shaped History

    Dienstag, 27.06.2023 - 14:00 Uhr

Workshop with Channing Gerard Joseph. Bringing together song, dance, lecture, and discussion, journalist Channing Gerard Joseph invites participants to join this interactive workshop exploring the global influence of African American queer culture and drag.

Channing Gerard Joseph is a writer, journalist, and historian of Black Queer history. He is a graduate of Oberlin College and the Columbia Journalism School, and teaches journalism at the University of Southern California. His articles have been published by The New York Times, The Atlantic, The Washington Post, and others, and he won both a Leon Levy Center for Biography Fellowship and a Whiting Grant for Creative Nonfiction for his biography House of Swann: Where Slaves Became Queens (2021).


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Location: d.a.i. hall

Main target group: upper level High School students & university students. [This is a reccommendatiion only: of course, everyone is welcome to join this event!]

Admission: This workshop is free of charge.

Pre-registration required. Please contact the secretary’s office by phone: 07071/79526-0 or via e-mail: mail [at] dai-tuebingen.de to reserve your place by Friday, June 23, 12 p.m.


In cooperation with Zentrum für Gender- und Diversitätsforschung, Universität Tübingen



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