A screening of “Outrage"

Film Screenings
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Room Information
Room 305
Building & Room/Office/Space

Denison’s Queer Night presents a screening of “Outrage," a documentary investigation of the anti-gay legislators who are themselves in the closet. After the screening, we will discuss the ethics of “outing” and the implications of the film for the upcoming election.

This event is part of Queer Night (QS238), a class offered by the Denison Queer Studies program. Members of the public and the campus community are welcome to join our students in the screening and discussion.

Address: Bryant Arts Center, Room 305, Denison University, 210 West College Street, Granville, OH 43023
Open to Public: Yes
Sponsored By: Queer Night Series, Department of Queer Studies
Price/Tickets: FREE
Event Contact: Bill Kirkpatrick, 740-587-8512

Posted Date 
Wednesday, October 19, 2016


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