The conference Queer Dis-eases: Disruptive Histories, Politics, and Bodies aims to create a pluralistic space for academics, activists, and artists to come together and reflect on how queerness generates discomfort and how this could be harnessed as a productive political tool for collective action. During two days, speakers from different disciplines and coming from all over the world will look at four main themes from a queer perspective: health and illness, ecologies and bodies, affects and minds, networks.
Image: . Porpora Marcasciano, Untitled, 1982, thinner, industrial colors, pastels, watercolors, wax colors, ink on paper, 50x35 cm. Courtesy of the artist. Photo by Ornella De Carlo. Courtesy of Settore Musei Civici Bologna | MAMbo
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