Imagining New Relationships: Black Queers and Family

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Title

Imagining New Relationships: Black Queers and Family

Description

LGBTQAI week lecture by Thelathia Young, November 4, 2011. Digital audio recording (mp3). Duration: 55 minutes.
Thelathia “Nikki” Young is Visiting Assistant Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies at Bucknell University. She recently received her doctoral degree in Christian Ethics from Emory University’s Graduate Division of Religion. Her research focuses on ethical issues of race, gender, and sexuality, and particularly emphasizes the ways that black queer communities possess, embody, and enact moral excellence. She is currently at work on her dissertation-to-book manuscript, “Imagining New Relationships: Black Queers and Family,” which investigates the moral norms of kinship and family that foreground the intersection of race, gender and sexuality. Nikki is also Director of Ambassadors for the All My Children Project, a program in which she mentors and teaches college students to reflect critically and organize campus activities designed to raise awareness about the consequences of anti-lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning (LGBTQQ) bias within ethnically diverse families and communities.

Creator

Young, Thelathia

Publisher

Lancaster, PA: Lancaster Theological Seminary

Date

2011

Rights

(c) Thelathia Young; posted by permission

Subject

Race
Gender
Sexuality

Type

Audio

Format

digital audio (MP3)

Language

English

Duration

00:54:58

Bit Rate/Frequency

59kbps

Collection

Citation

Young, Thelathia, “Imagining New Relationships: Black Queers and Family,” Lancaster Theological Seminary Digital Archive , accessed December 12, 2017, http://archive.lancasterseminary.edu/items/show/91.

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