October 12, 2011

Centre for the Study of Women and Gender Graduate Seminar series Programme 2011/12 (Autumn Term)

We've finalised the first two streams for this year's graduate seminar series! The sessions will take place from 5pm in the Gillian Rose Room (R3.25) in the Ramphal Building, University of Warwick central campus. All are welcome!


Session One: Processess of interpretation: gender and sexuality in celebrity culture – 2nd November 2011

Melanie Kennedy, University of East Anglia: The Jonas Brothers as Tween Pin-ups: The Negotiation of Desire in Young Feminine ‘Becoming’

Clare Reed, University of Reading: The Changing Face of Lesbian Programming

Izzy Gutteridge, University of Warwick: Picturing Fame


Session Two: Gender, migration and citizenship – 23rd November 2011

Evelyn Sulem, University of Warwick: Transnational Migration in Mexican Indigenous Communities: The Reconstruction of Gender and the Empowerment of Indigenous Women

Bimbika Sijapati Basnett, London School of Economics and Political Science: Nexus between Gender, Migration and Forest Governance: Re-thinking Community Forestry Policies in Nepal

Menah Raven-Ellison, Queen Mary, University of London: Beyond Detention: Women, Home and Mental Wellbeing


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