As part of a series of events for LGBT History Month 2018, the newly-formed Queer China Studies Working Group at University of Nottingham have organised the following events exploring LGBTQ+ activism and culture in Contemporary China.
The Taiwan Studies Programme will also host some events on LGBTQ+ issues and marriage equality in Taiwan.
‘Fear of a Queer China: Activism, Culture and Resistance’
This workshop will bring together queer scholars and activists to discuss key issues concerning queer activism in contemporary China.
When an Activist Becomes an Artist - Artist Talk + Q & A with Whiskey Chow
Whiskey Chow will share her experience as a queer and feminist activist, and how art and activism interact with each other
Queer Cinema as Art, Activism and Industry
Filmmaker Fan Popo in Conversation
Chinese queer filmmaker Fan Popo will hold film screenings and Q&As, give talks and workshops to students, and attend research workshops
Beyond Marriage Equality: a Conversation with LGBTQ+ Activists from Taiwan and Nottingham
Leading LGBTQ+ activists from Taiwan and Nottingham discuss the fight for marriage equality and LGBTQ+ rights
Taiwan Studies Programme Public Lecture: Taiwan Pride: Our Fight For Marriage Equality
The talk will introduce the struggle for marriage equality and human rights in Taiwan in recent years