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Are the kids alright?

"Are the kids alright?" is a half-day symposium of talks and films on the queer child.

Featuring film screenings & talks by…

“Gay for Baby Tigers: Desire, Deliberation, and Growing Up,” Dr Nancy Koppelman (The Evergreen State College, Washington)
with a response by Professor Lynn Segal (Birkbeck College)

Screening of Put the Camera On Me,/i> (2003)
featuring Michael Lawrence (Middlesex University) presenting, “Home Videos and Queer Childhoods”

Screening of Small Town Boy (2007)
featuring Q&A with filmmaker Moby Longinotto & David from the film and with a response by Professor Vikki Bell (Goldsmiths)


Dr Nancy Koppelman | talks | www
Dr Lynn Segal | talks | www
Dr Vikki Bell | talks | www
Moby Longinotto | talks | www
Mr Michael Lawrence | talks


Date and Time:

14 June 2008 at 9:30 am


Half Day



Communications, King's College London
Strand Campus

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Organised by:

Queer@King's Research Centre
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There is no charge to attend this event, but you do need to register. If you wish to attend please email Kimberly Springer (kimberly.springer@kcl.ac.uk).

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