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Summer School on Differences and Plural Identities During Sicilia Queer Filmfest 2013 (Palermo, Italy)

Photo of Sydney Levine By Sydney Levine | Sydneys Buzz April 25, 2013 at 3:30PM

For the first time in Palermo, on the occasione of the National Pride Parade, a Summer School on Differences and Plural Identities to heighten the role of the city as a lab for Queer Culture and Gender Studies.
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This came in from our friends at Film Festival Research, an academic work group studying film festivals worldwide. They in turn received it from the director of The Sicily Queer Film Festival in Palermo.

For the first time in Palermo, on the occasione of the National Pride Parade, a Summer School on Differences and Plural Identities to heighten the role of the city as a lab for Queer Culture and Gender Studies. 

How to Enroll at the Summer School
The enrollment period has recently passed, but future students wishing to enroll at the Summer School, must fill in these forms and send them to summerschool[a]siciliaqueerfilmfest.it email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Palermo, Italy
Palermo, Italy

Fees charged for the Summer School are €50. The Summer School is subject to limited enrolment (60 students max). Therefore, in case of renouncement, students are requested to announce their decision ASAP, in order to allow other people in the grading to participate.

For non-residents, the University will offer special conditions for board and lodging thanks to the agreements it will sign with facilities such as hotels and restaurants, situated near the locations of the 
Summer School.

For more information, please contact 
summerschool[a]siciliaqueerfilmfest.it  
  
Anyone can enrol at this Summer School, even without the requested acquisition of ECTS, through a final exam, or by sending an ECTS request to his/her own faculty. The acknowledgement of these ECTS has already been approved by a decree of the “Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia” and “Scienze della Formazione” of Palermo. The same request has been sent to other faculties of the same university, such as “Scienze Politiche” and “Giurisprudenza” 

This article is related to: Outfest, Queer Cinema, Special Interest, International

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