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Back to Blog February 18, 2022

Dr. Alpesh Patel contributions to the study of queer/trans theory

Author: Jane DeRose Evans

Dr. Patel's speaking engagements and publications in the fall of 2021 highlight his research: 

KINSEY INSTITUTE, FORSCHUNGSSTELLE KULTURGESCHICHTE DER SEXUALITÄT, WEAM - WILZIG EROTIC ART MUSEUM, December 2021. Moderator for panel, part of the online conference, “Exhibitionism – Sexuality at the Museum International”

WOPHA: WOMEN, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND FEMINISMS CONGRESS, Miami, Florida, November 2021. Conversation with Carlotta Boettcher: “Productive Failure and Queer Photography”

FULBRIGHT PRISM, September 2021. Panelist for “Art and Queer Community” for Fulbright Prism’s organization’s first online virtual conference (invited)

Co-organizer with Jane Chin Davidson, “Okwui Enwezor: Art of Curating” panel with Przemsyław Strozek, ZACHĘTA ¬ NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART, WARSAW, POLAND, September 24, 2021

single-author, “Opacity of Identity: Ben-Tor and Carmi’s exhibition at Zachęta – National Gallery of Art, Warsaw, Poland, 2015.” In Text Book: Tamy Ben-Tor and Miki Carmi, editor Yasmeen Siddiqui, 34-47. MINEVERA PROJECTS. Jan 2022.ISBN 978-1-7352309-2-4

single-author, “Incomplete Notes: The Fragment, Achieved Indigeneity, and Intercommunal,” brochure essay accompanying the exhibition “Yanira Collado: Alchemic Chants/ Reliquías Fragmentadas,” EMERSON DORSCH GALLERY, Miami, Florida, December 2021 to February 2022