Hamilton uses Critical Race Theory as a framework to explore how LGBTQ blacks transformed various sites in the city into spaces of belonging and communities that validate both their racial and sexual identities. She also models how the framework of black geographies that we have been studying, can be used to explore how whiteness acts as a cultural practice to demarcate the black spatial imaginary of black LGBTQ people.
Hamilton is the Director of DEI Programming, Education Training and Development at Brandeis University. She is a cultural geographer who specializes in race, gender, and sexuality in the American South.
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Thursday, April 1 at 11:45am to 12:55pmVirtual Event