The Graduate Institute of Geneva is hosting “International Law Dis/Oriented: Queer Legacies and Queer Futures” a virtual queer workshop on international law from September 27 to October 1, 2021.
The Workshop consists of ten different “Stations” where “Lead Travelers” engage with each other in conversations about queer analytical sensibilities and queer methods in the study of international law.
Two of the stations are public. For example, on Wednesday, September 29, there will be a conversation on gender theory in practice between Victor Madrigal Borloz (UN Independent Expert on sexual orientation and gender identity) and Dianne Otto (Professor at Melbourne Law School).
The private stations are limited on a first come – first served basis to ensure intimate and dynamic conversations.