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University of London ~ School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) Centre for the Study of Colonialism, Empire and International Law (CCEIL) & Centre for Gender Studies
Queer Reflections on Law: Sharing Reflections - May 13, 2011 SOAS Spring Queer Legal Theory Workshop:
Queer Perspectives on Law: Sharing Reflections

Friday, 13 May 2011, 9am-5.30pm

Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, SOAS College Buildings, Room G3
London WC1H 0XG, England

Organized by Professors Aeyal Gross (Tel-Aviv/SOAS) & Dianne Otto (Melbourne/SOAS)

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Note: Joan will be there, too!

Lambeth Women's Project - buttonJOAN NESTLE and CHRISTA HOLKA: Documenting Lesbian Lives
Sunday, May 22nd 1:00pm - 7:00pm
Lambeth Women’s Project
166a Stockwell Road
London SW9 9TQ, England

The Closet Mixtape and Dyke Bar are excited to present for your pleasure an afternoon of lesbian and queer images and words. As well as two illustrated talks by the wonderful Joan and Christa, we will provide music, photos, food and friends... all the good stuff!
Joan Nestle at the Lesbian Herstory Archives - 1987 - Robert Giard
Joan Nestle is a working-class Jewish lesbian, writer, teacher, activist and co-founder of the Lesbian Herstory Archives in New York City. Joan will be repeating the talk that she gave at the Lesbian Lives Conference in Brighton earlier this year. This is a rare opportunity to hear her wise and moving words and see the astonishing number of images she brings with her from the Lesbian Herstory Archive.
Christa Holka is an American photographer living and working in London. Chances are that if you’ve been out on the queer scene recently she’s photographed you. Christa gave a presentation about her work at the Victoria & Albert Museum recently that had people queuing right down the stairs into the gallery below. Christa’s photos are a living, updated, tagged, reposted archive of who we are and what we are doing right now.
Doors open at 1:00 pm.
Unwaged 4 / Waged 6-10 sliding scale.
All proceeds donated to London Friend.
Lambeth Women’s Project is fully accessible downstairs and close to both Brixton and Stockwell tubes.
Call 07973718431 if you have a query.
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ASWAT: Palestinian Gay Women

Lesbian Herstory ArchivesSenior Action in a Gay Environment
June L. Mazer Lesbian Archives
International Committee on the Rights of Sex Workers in Europe - Celebration! Connection! Challenge! -
We’ve put their manifesto into html format here.

The Dangerous World: New and Selected Poems, 1934-1994 by Naomi Replansky bookcover of Celebrating Hotchclaw, by Ann Allen Shockley   Jewish Women and the Feminist Revolution (website - high-speed connection recommended)

Women in Black - New York City
Vigil against War & Violence
Every Wednesday, 5:30-6:30 pm
New York Public Library, in front of the lions
Fifth Avenue at 41st Street
New York, NY
Vigil for Peace and against the Occupation of Palestine
Every Thursday 5:30-6:30 pm
Union Square, southeast corner
14th Street at Union Square East
New York, NY
Melbourne Women in Black holding banners that say ''We will not be enemies'' and ''Women in Black against the Israeli Occupation.''
Women in Black – Melbourne, Australia
News - Women in Black – Melbourne, Australia
On the first Saturday of each month, between noon and 1 pm, you are welcome to stand with us in front of the GPO building on the corner of Bourke and Elizabeth streets.
The Ground Under My Feet, by Eva Kollisch (book cover)
New book by Eva Kollisch: The Ground Under My Feet
Just out on April 15, 2008, from Hamilton Stone Editions!
Eva Kollisch

Girl in Movement: A Memoir by Eva Kollisch
should be available from your local independent bookstore
or you can order it direct from the publisher:
Glad Day Books, PO Box 699, Enfield, NH 03748
Orders 1-888-874-6904 Paperback $16.95 in the USA

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