Saturday, November 13 / 12:00 PM - 1:45 PM

Session 201
Interpreations of Sex and Gender

1. Of Sexual Knowledge, Cultures, and Health Crises: How to Write a Transnational History of AIDS Activism in 1980s and 1990s West EuropeKevin Niklas Breu, University of Bremen.

2. Interpretation of Sex, Sexuality and Sex Education in the Discourse of the Austro-Hungarian Bourgeois-Liberal, Feminist Movement before 1918Dóra Czeferner, Institute of History.

3. Population Control Policies: What Western Bias and Eugenics History OverlookAllison Grossman, California Institute of Integral Studies.

4. Xing- the Fraught Conjunction of Chinese Society and Queer Theories in the Translations of Li YinheJunrui Lai, Victoria University of Wellington.

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