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GAY PARIS: A Short History of Gay Rights in France, talk by Tristan Cabello

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Alliance Française de Washington DC

2142 Wyoming Avenue NW

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Johns Hopkins University professor, Tristan Cabello, is back to discuss Gay Paris; A Short History of Gay Rights in France.

ABOUT THE LECTURER : Tristan Cabello is Assistant Director of the Master of Liberal Arts at Johns Hopkins University, where he teaches Critical Theory, Queer Studies and African-American Studies. From 2014 to 2018, he directed the Department of American Studies at American University, Washington DC. Born and raised in France, he received his Ph.D from Northwestern University.

This event will be in English. Light refreshments after the Q&A session.

AFDC Member / Culture Pass: $10 + Processing Fees - General Admission: $15 + Processing Fees.

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2 hours street parking from 7:00am to 8:30pm.

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