March 2nd, 2009


for those lucky enough to be in New York this week (and not afraid of snow)

Don’t miss these two amazing events with E. Patrick
Johnson, oral historian, performance artist, Chair of the
Department of Performance Studies and Professor in the
Department of African American Studies at Northwestern
PERFORMANCE at CUNY Graduate Center: "Pouring Tea:
Black Gay Men of the South Tell Their Tales," a one-
person show in which Johnson embodies the stories of
some of the men he interviewed for his book Sweet Tea:
Black Gay Men of the South. Sweet Tea is based on
conversations with more than 70 black gay men, ranging
in age from 19 to 93, who were born, raised, and
continue to live in the southern U.S. For video excerpts
from the performance, click here.  Tuesday, March 3,
7:00-9:00pm, Proshansky Auditorium, CUNY Graduate
Center, 365 Fifth Avenue (at 34th Street).
LECTURE at Fordham—Lincoln Center: "Going Home Ain't
Always Easy: Southern (Dis)Comfort and the Politics of
Queer Historiography" a lecture on the ethical
conundrums of conducting oral history research and the
politics of moving it from the page to the stage.
Wednesday, March 4, 5:30pm,  Lowenstein Cafeteria
Atrium, Fordham Campus at Lincoln Center, 113 W. 60th
Street (at Columbus Avenue).