Friday, April 25, 2014
9:00 am-4:00 pm
Rosenfeld Hall, 109 Grove St (Entrance on Temple St)
Registration recommended. Register via the Online Registration Page.
It is now axiomatic to observe that the histories of conservative religion and those of gay liberation are intertwined. But what, exactly, does this mean? What are the religious, historical, ethical, and metaphysical consequences of marriage as the political subject for LGBT equality? What does this particular legal change suggest about the sociology and phenomenology of religion in contemporary America? How do we understand the definition of the religious, and the queer, and their intersection, in our present time and place? Queer Life After DOMA brings together historians, ethicists, theologians, and theorists to evaluate, explore, and discuss these questions.
Sponsored by Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies; James C. Mandelbaum Resource Fund for LGBT Studies; Traphagen Alumni Speakers Series, Yale College Office of Student Affairs