Summer LGBT Studies Institute, on location in San Francisco

brought to you by the University of Arizona Institute for LGBT StudiesPride1OUR SCHEDULE

Sunday, June 22
Neighborhoods: Castro, Bernal Heights, Diamond Heights

2pm: Café Flore (2298 Market St): Our first Meeting

3:30pm, Castro Theater
Film: Kumu Hina (Dean Hamer and Joe Wilson, 2013, USA)

5:30pm, #24 bus over to Bernal Heights
Dinner at Zante’s Pizza:

7:00:pm, Bernal Heights Park
Hike up Bernal hill and look at the City:

8:00pm, Precita and Alabama
Visit with Emmy-award winning filmmaker Susan Stryker.

8:30pm, #24 bus back over to Castro
Walking tour up to Kite Park for night view of the City

Monday, June 23
Neighborhoods: The Mission, SOMA (South of Market)

9:15am, Dottie’s Diner, 28 6th St. between Market and Mission
Breakfast with Israel Alvaran (queer unionist and minister):

11am-12:15pm, 657 Mission St., #300
Meeting with Marjorie Bryer, PhD, Managing Archivist, GLBT Historical Society

1:30-2:15, City Hall, corner of Van Ness and Grove
Same-gender wedding ceremony

3pm-5pm 2981 24th Street, near Harrison
Precita Eyes Mural Tour of the Mission District:

5pm-6:30pm, Valencia Street, Mission
Walking discussion of Michelle Tea’s novel Valencia, while walking down Valencia St., including “The Lex”, Women’s

OPTIONAL: 9:30pm, Elmwood Theater, Berkeley
Film: Der Kreis, The Circle (Stefan Haupt, Switzerland, 2014)

Tuesday, June 24
The Tenderloin, Upper Market

9:30am-10:30am: 209 Golden Gate Ave (Unite Here Local 2 offices)
Meeting with Kung from Jobs with Justice: : Kung builds alliances between trans workers, community organizations, and unionists

11am-12pm, 657 Mission St
Meeting with Alexis Witham from Frameline LGBT Film Festival:

1pm, 835 Market Street, Suites 523-525
Panel Discussion: “Making it Better: LGBT Non-Profits in the Bay Area”
Michele Alcedo, Director of Programs, Open House:
Morgan Darby, Gender Spectrum:
Isa Noyola, Program Manager, LYRIC,
Judy Appel, Executive Director, Our Family Coalition:
Mark Snyder, Transgender Law Center:
(see bios attached)

3:30-5:00pm, Roxie Theatre, 3117 16th St.
Panel Discussion: “Past (Imperfect): Filming Queer History”
with Directors Rob Epstein, Thomas Allen Harris, Stefan Haupt, Nancy Kates
See for bios

5pm, San Francisco Gay and Lesbian Center, 1800 Market Street
Youth Meal Night:

OPTIONAL (Note: 21+) 7pm-9pm, Lexington Club, 3464 19th St.
ART OPENING: QUEER AND NOW: a group show of visual creative narratives, commentary, and interventions representing our moments – personal and collective:

OPTIONAL 7pm, Victoria Theater, 2961 16th St.
Film: “52 Tuesdays” (Sophie Hyde, Australia, 2013)

Wednesday, June 25
Neighborhoods: The Mission, Civic Center.

11am, corner of Eddy and Market
Meeting with archivist and oral historian Joey Plaster, tour of the old Meat Rack.:

1:30pm, Castro Theatre
Film: The Dog, (Allison Berg and Frank Keraudren 2013, USA)

4pm, 870 Market Street, 
Suite 370
Meeting with Ming Wong at National Center for Lesbian Rights

8pm, 25 Van Ness St at Market St., New Conservatory Theater Center
Play: The Homosexuals:

Thursday, June 26
Neighborhoods: The Tenderloin, The Castro, The Mission

10:30-11:30, 209 Golden Gate Ave
Josue Arguelles, Young Workers United

12:15, Café Flore
Meeting with Kathy Drasky, Out4Immigration :

1:45pm, Castro Theatre
Film: Limited Partnership (Produced by Out4Immigration)

3:30-5pm, Roxie Theatre
Panel Discussion: “Change Makers: In Conversation with Women Filmmakers”
With Rose Troche, Guinevere Turner, Kimberly Peirce, Desiree Akhavan

5:30pm, 260 Valencia St, Pauline’s Pizza
Delicious, farm-fresh pizza. Wow.

Friday, June 28
Neighborhoods: The Mission

10am-12pm, Dolores Park, Southwest corner
Reflections on the week so far

1pm-2pm, 100 Larkin St.
Meeting with Karen Sundheim, Program Manager, James C. Hormel Gay and Lesbian Center, San Francisco Public Library:

2:15pm: Group Decision
a) Outing to walk over Golden Gate Bridge
b) Stairway walk on Russian Hill, Telegraph Hill
c) Meet at Dolores Park Café (501 Dolores St.) to talk about Christina Hanhardt’s Safe Space book.
d) Do other stuff

7:30pm, 2919 24th Street, Modern Times Bookstore
Queer Open Mic with Baruch Porras-Hernandez with the help of his amazing co-host Blythe Baldwin.:

Saturday, June 28

OPTIONAL 1:30pm, Castro Theatre
Out in the Night (Blair Dorosbwalther, USA 2013)

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Associate Professor of German Studies, Director of Graduate Studies Co-Editor of Critical Multilingualism Studies | Co-Investigator, Researching Multilingually at the Borders of Language, the Body, Law, and the State (2014–2017)
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