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Envisioning African Intersex Book Cover
Amanda Lock Swarr Receives Distinguished Book Award Honorable Mention from the Section on the Sociology of Sexualities
Keila Taylor wearing a yellow shirt and overalls standing in a field with her legs spread and firmly planted and her hands clasped behind her head. She's looking up at the sky.
Keila Taylor Awarded Graduate School Presidential Dissertation Fellowship in Social Sciences
Flyer for Knowing Africa event with Amanda Lock Swarr
Challenging Legacies: Amanda Lock Swarr Explores African Intersex Activism in Knowing Africa Seminar—Now Streaming on YouTube
Headshot of Professor Kemi Adeyemi next to the cover of her book "Feel Right"
Kemi Adeyemi Receives Prestigious Gloria E. Anzaldúa Book Prize
Woman with blonde hair and wearing a plain white t-shirt is holding an open book with multi-colored confetti exploding out of it.
Celebrate Pride Month with Duke University Press's Curated Selection of LGBTQ+ Books
Book cover of Kemi Adeyemi's book Feels Right. White text with green and red accents with an image of black women dancing in a nightclub to the left of the text.
Spotlight on Kemi Adeyemi's New Book "Feels Right" // UW News
Book cover of Kemi Adeyemi's book Feels Right. White text with green and red accents with an image of black women dancing in a nightclub to the left of the text.
New Book by Kemi Adeyemi: Feels Right
Gray scale image of the back of a person with shoulder-length hair holding a white sign with black handwriting that reads "My Body, My Choice"
Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies Statement on Reproductive Justice
GLQ Journal Cover: pink background with dark pink text made to look like the sideways outline of the American flag with the words "Queer Liberation Means Prison Abolition" behind the the stripes, which look like prison bars
Chandan Reddy Named Co-Editor of GLQ
Head shot of black woman wearing a bonnet, looking sideways and laughing
Kemi Adeyemi breaks down a shared laugh in Passing
Journal cover of Transgender Studies Quarterly. Mostly black page with white and pink font. Featuring image of an upside down heart with hands inside and a glittery background.
Amanda Swarr Receives Fellowship for Her Book and Serves as Co-Editor of “The Intersex Issue” of TSQ
Celebrate Pride Month through LGBTQIA+ Work from UW Faculty, Staff & Students
Space Gayze
Professor Regina Young Lee Discusses the Queer Subtext of Star Wars with The Daily 
Biology and Manners: Essays on the Worlds and Works of Lois McMaster Bujold edited by Regina Yung Lee and Una McCormack
Regina Lee & Jey Saung - Feminist Science Fiction
Queer Nightlife Book Cover
Kemi Adeyemi is a 2022 Lammy Finalist
Image of Lambda Literary Finalists for LGBTQ Anthology
GWSS Professor Adeyemi's "Queer Nightlife" is a finalist for a prestigious Lambda Literary Award 
Woman and Child on Traditional Boat on Body of Water in South America
GWSS Professors Michelle Habell-Pallan and Cricket Keating Set to Co-Lead a Microseminar on Plurifeminisms Across Abya Yala for the Simpson Center in Spring Quarter
Olympic Rings
LGBTQ Rights and the Beijing Winter Olympics
Queer Night Life Book Cover
Kemi Adeyemi, Kareem Khubchandani, and Ramón Rivera-Servera discuss their new book, Queer Nightlife, in an audio interview with Isabel Machado at New Books Network