LAVENDER LANGUAGES INSTITUTE

LLI Zoom Image from 2021 Cohort

2021 Lavender Language Cohort


June 13-24, 2022 at Florida Atlantic University

The fourth annual Lavender Languages Institute at Florida Atlantic University offers 10 days of online class discussion, research opportunities and informal conversations exploring topics of current interest in language and sexuality studies, queer linguistics, and various lavender language themes.

Summer 2022 Application Form


Program Alumni

Allen Michaela- University of St. Thomas (2021)
Will Alvarez Navarrete- University of British Columbia (2021)
Rebecca  Andre- Palm Beach County Now (2021)
Alex Bandong- Appalachian State University (2021)
Michael Barnes- University of Birmingham (2021)
M. Benesch- Reed College (2021)
Hannah Bingham Brunner- Oklahoma State University (2021)
Lara Boyero Agudo-  University of Oregon (2021)
Darren Brockes- The University of Chicago (2021)
Hanna Bruns- University of Bonn (2021)
Mira Cantrick- California Institute of Integral Studies (2021)
Chen Li-Chi- Faculty of Linguistics, Casimir the Great University (2021)
Sahin Acikgoz - University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (2018)
Archie Crowley - University of Washington (2018, 2019, 2021)
Peter D'Ettore- Broward College (2021)
Ian Funk- The George Washington University (2021)
Jhonatan Henao-Muñoz- University of Arizona (2021)
Robin Hershkowitz- Bowling Green State University (2021)
Claudia Holguin Mendoza- Holguin Mendoza (2021)
J. Inscoe- University of Maryland Baltimore County (2021)
Lex Konnelly - University of Toronto (2018, 2019, 2021)
Sydney Jameson-Blowers- University of Buffalo (2021)
Elizabeth Johnstone- New York University (2021)
Jimmy Lizama- Researcher at Rising Graduate Student (2021)
Artemis López Fuentes- Universidade de Vigo (2021)
Ayden Loughlin- University of Victoria (2021)
Joey Andrew Lucido Santos- Chulalongkorn University (2021)
Julissa Mansilla-Bjalme- Florida Atlantic University (2021)
Aine McAlinden- Georgetown University (2021)
Tahtzee Nico- University of Washington (2021)
Kate Pashby- Independent (2021)
Adrienne Percival- Compass Community Center (2021)
Adrian Ray Avalani- The University of Chicago (2021)
Natascha Rohde- Aston University Birmingham, U.K. (2021)
Andrea Bryant- Reed College (2021)
Matias Sanhueza- University of Chile (2021)
Corey Tatz- Memorial University of Newfoundland (2021)
Ashley Thornton- University of Brighton (2021)
Jordan Tudisco- University of California, Santa Barbara (2021)
Robin Turner- University of Illinois (2021)
Orion Wesson- University of Oregon (2021)
Jamison Wezelis- SUNY, University at Buffalo (2021)
Farieda Ilhami Zulaikha- Universitas Perjuangan Tasikmalaya (2021)
Maximilliano Campana - independent scholar (2019)
Ernesto Cuba - City University of New York, The Graduate Center (2018)
Melissa Curry - Rhode Island College (2018)
Jason D'Angelo - Georgetown University (2018, 2019)
Brooke English - Rice University (2018)
Mie Hiramoto - National University of Singapore (2019)
Laura Horst - California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo (2018, 2019)
Jade Levandofsky - American University (2018)
Aiden Loughlin - University of Victoria (2019)
Hazel Marshall - Ucniveristy of California, Santa Barbara (2018)
Damara Martin - Florida Atlantic University (2019)
Michelle Marzullo - California Institute of Integral Studies (2018)
Julissa Mansilla - Florida Atlantic University (2019)
Darrin Miller - University of North Texas (2018)
Victoria Portela-Rosado - University of Victoria (2019)
Joseph Radice - University of Florida (2019)
Kevin Rivera-Morales - University of Victoria (2019)
Leyla Savloff - University of Washington, Seattle (2018)
Patrick Sonnenberg - University of Tennessee, Knoxville (2018)
Simon Charles Thériault - University of Montreal (2019)
Corey Thorne - Memorial University of Newfoundland (2018)
Jordan Tudisco - University of California, Santa Barbara (2018)
Derek Vaughn - Florida Atlantic University (2018)
Carlos Vazquez - State University of New York, Stony Brook (2019)


2019 Cohort

2019 Lavender Language Cohort


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2018 Lavender Language Cohort