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Cities and queer spaces: Lessons from the past and present

This seminar series invites you to reflect upon what happens in public places in terms of incidences of discrimination and crime and why planning theory and practices are failing to ensure the safety needs of LGBTQ+ individuals.

Time: Thu 2022-03-03 17.30

Location: Zoom

Language: English

Participating: Lynda Johnston, Stina Flink, Alexander Volk

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Main speaker:
Lynda Johnston - Professor of Geography and Assistant Vice Chancellor Sustainability at the University of Waikato, Aotearoa New Zealand

Stina Flink – Museum Educator, responsible for an LGBTQ historical tour in Upplandsmuseet
Alexander Volk – Researcher in Nordic languages, Proprietor of Flaming Viking Tours which is specialized in tours on LGBTQ History

A webinar series in 2022 organized by KTH Safeplaces network and RFSL – The Swedish Federation for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Intersex Rights in cooperation with several national and international organizations. More information on the SafePlaces network website .


Belongs to: School of Architecture and the Built Environment (ABE)
Last changed: Mar 02, 2022