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Pride Month 2022 Keynote Lecture

Event Details

Pride Month 2022 Keynote Lecture with Hugh Ryan

Tuesday, June 28
Noon-1:15 p.m.

Streamed live in Simmons Auditorium B
Tepper Building, First Floor

Attend in person or virtually.

To join us, register by Monday, June 27. A Zoom link will be sent in a confirmation email.

About the Speaker

Hugh Ryan is a writer and curator, and most recently, the author of "The Women's House of Detention," a queer history of the infamous prison that once dominated Greenwich Village. His first book, "When Brooklyn Was Queer," won a 2020 New York City Book Award, was a New York Times Editors' Choice in 2019, and was a finalist for the Randy Shilts and Lambda Literary Awards. He was honored with the 2020 Allan Berube Prize from the American Historical Association. In 2019-2021, he worked on the "Hidden Voices: LGBTQ+ Stories in U.S. History" curricular materials for the NYC Department of Education.

Hugh Ryan will present his lecture virtually. Join us for a viewing party in Simmons Auditorium B or tune in virtually.

Celebrate Pride Month at CMU.

Questions? Contact vp-dei@andrew.cmu.edu

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