Sandwiched In with Roger Rosen - Gender Reveal: Exploring Connections Between Gender and Fashion

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Lecture

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Adults
Registration for this event will close on June 21, 2024 @ 2:00pm.

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As part of the Library's celebration of Pride Month, join writer and educator Roger Rosen as he examines the intersection of fashion and gender.  Clothes are the most highly public, yet intimate declarations of our identities. Perhaps most profoundly, clothes tell the story of our gender. This program will explore how our culture worships hyperfemininity (Kim Kardashian) and hypermasculinity (The Rock) while beginning to embrace non-binary identities and expressions (Janelle Monáe and Sam Smith). Exploring how clothes uphold or transgress gender boundaries, we’ll look through history and across cultures to examine the impact of laws, trade, marketing, and other factors on fashion and our perception of gender. 

(Sponsored by the Friends of the Library)

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