Orfalea Center Thematic Research Cluster

Global Genders and Sexualities

The Pandemic Series is a digital narrative series that explores LGBTIQ narratives of/from Northeast India at the backdrop of the pandemic told through words, photos, sketches, paintings, etc. The stories cut across intersectional marginalities of gender, race, sexuality, region, class, ethnicity, etc. The stories also unravel not just the ways in which the pandemic has impacted LGBTIQ lives but also how they are thriving. The Pandemic Series: A Covid 19 Archive of Northeast India, curated by Kumam Davidson is supported by Solidarity and Action Against The HIV Infection in India (SAATHII) Fellowship 2020-21 and Orfalea Centre for Global and International Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara research grant awarded to the curator. Find more at The Chinky Homo Project – Pandemic Series.

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riordan
Graduate Assistant (Global Studies). Eugene (he/him/his) is a PhD student at the University of California, Santa Barbara. After receiving his B.A. from Colgate University with a double major in Peace and Conflict Studies and International Relations, he was awarded a Fulbright to work as an English Teaching Assistant in Thailand with TUSEF. Before joining UCSB, Eugene studied, taught, and competed professionally in Ballroom and Latin dance in New York City. Eugene's research focuses on international incarceration, the securitization of sexuality and gender, and security technologies used by authoritarian governments. His work focuses on the Middle East and Southeast Asia.
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