POSTPONED: An Evening with Perry N. Halkitis

NOTICE: Unfortunately due to reports of severe inclement weather, we are postponing this event until October. Please stay tuned for additional details.

Join Garden State Equality for an evening with Perry N. Halkitis, author of Out in Time: The Public Lives of Gay Men from Stonewall to the Queer Generation.

This event is free and open to the public. Free wine and refreshments will be provided. 100% of all book sales will benefit Garden State Equality!

Perry N. Halkitis is Dean and Professor at the School of Public Health at Rutgers University. For over two decades, Dr. Halkitis's program of research has examined the intersection of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections, drug abuse, and mental health burden, and the biological, behavioral, psychosocial, and structural factors that predispose these and other health disparities in the LGBTQ population. His most recent book, The AIDS Generation: Stories of Survival and Resilience, was a 2014 Lambda Literary Award nominee and recipient of the American Psychological Association Distinguished Book Award in LGBT Psychology. He is the recipient of numerous awards from both professional and community-based organizations. Throughout his career, Dr. Halkitis has fought for the rights of those infected with and affected by HIV, and has been an outspoken advocate for the health of the LGBTQ population.

Out in Time explores the life experiences of three generations of gay men—the Stonewall, AIDS, and Queer generations—arguing that while there are generational differences in the lived experiences of young gay men, each one confronts its own unique historical events, realities, and socio-political conditions, there are consistencies across time that define and unify the identity formation of gay men. Guided by the vast research literature on gay identity formation and coming out, the ideas and themes explored are seen through the oral histories of a diverse set of fifteen gay men, five from each generation.

  • June 18, 2019 at 7pm – 8:30pm
  • Garden State Equality