Writer. Speaker. Activist.

Debanuj DasGupta is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and the South Asia Studies Initiative at the Ohio State University. Debanuj’s research interrogates racial regulation, queer immigrant activist narratives, and queer/crip futurities. His work interrogates the multi-scala incursion of borders within US private sphere, along with trans/border travel of LGBT rights rhetoric. He has worked for over 16 years across two continents in the “civil society sector.”


Selected Works


Papers

 Queering Immigration: Perspectives on Cross Movement Organizing

 

Gender, Sex, and Power. (Winter 2012 Syllabus)

 

Why the Gay Rights Movement is Anti-Immigrant Rights

 

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Talks

Intimate Subjects, Oblique Objects, and Viral Intimacies

Dis/Abling Heteronormativity: Reading Queer Places, Practices, and Lives through a Disability Studies Framework

Queerly Precarious; documenting the politics of survival and place making within queer immigrant collectives in US/global cities

 

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Events

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