Cutting edge scholarship and conversations with leading LGBTQ politicians and advocates.
For the first time, Scotland’s 2022 census will ask a question about sexual orientation. Guyan shares his engagement with statistical organisations, the Scottish Parliament and campaign groups to present an account of decisions made, the uneasy relationship between ‘queer data’ and state power, and the question of who is counted when we count LGBTQ people.
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Sponsors: Princeton University Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies, Mamdouha S. Bobst Center for Peace and Justice, and Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies.