WORKSHOP 1 december 2016
The Diagnosis of Being Different
Antwerp, 1 december 2016
On 1 December 1966, Belgian national television broadcasted its first ever program devoted to homosexuality entitled The Diagnosis of Being Different. On the 50th anniversary of this trail-blazing attempt to broach the issue in a constructive way, the Forum for Belgian Research into the History of Gender and Sexuality is organizing a Workshop on the role played by various media in the knowledge about and the perception of homosexuality in Western societies since the Second World War.
14:00-15:45: First session
15:45-16:15: Coffee Break
16:15-18:15: Second session
18:15-19:00: Break (with sandwiches)
19:00-21:00: Film screening
The Workshop is an initiative of the Forum for Belgian Research into the History of Gender and Sexuality, and is co-organized by Fonds Suzan Daniel, The Archive and Research Centre for Women’s History (AVG-Carhif), Power in History: Centre for Political History (UAntwerpen) and the Research Group Cultural History since 1750 (KU Leuven).
Venue: Universiteit Antwerpen – City Campus – Building K, room K.201
Participation is free, but registration is required as the number of participants is limited. Please register by mail to email@example.com