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February 06, 2013
I'll be speaking at the Centre for the Study of Women and Gender graduate seminar Constructing Gendered Identities next week.
Myself and Kirsty Lohman will present a paper entitled Trans Music Isn't, discussing the findings of a research project we conducted in the summer of 2012. This study explored the intersection of 'trans' identities, musicians' identities and performance events.
Wednesday 13th February
5pm - 7pm
R0.14, Ramphal Building
University of Warwick
January 18, 2013
August 01, 2012
The Centre for the Study of Women and Gender at the University of Warwick will host a Graduate Seminar Series in the academic year 2012/2013. We would like to invite postgraduate students working in, but not limited to the following areas:
- Media, Culture and Gender Representations
- Work and Family
- (Trans)national Gender
- Intersections of Gender, ‘Race’, Class, Disability and Age
- Gender, Transgender and Sexualities
- Feminism and Women’s Rights
- Men and Masculinities
- Feminist Methodologies
- New Media and Digital Technologies
We welcome submissions both conventional and innovative from any discipline on gender related topics. Seminars will take place on two or three Wednesdays per term in the afternoon (dates and timings TBC). Each presenter will be allocated 30 minutes: 20 minutes presentation and 10 minutes discussion. Attendance is open to everyone.
The seminar series aims to:
- Foster discussions on topics of gender
- Provide a safe and comfortable space for students to present their research
- Create an opportunity to fine-tune presentation skills
Abstracts should be:
- Maximum 200 words
- Submitted along with a brief biography of the author; including their institution, department, and
- Submitted by Friday the 14th of September, 2012
Please email abstracts to email@example.com. Abstracts will be peer reviewed. If successful, you will hear from us by Friday the 28th of September, 2012 and will be allocated to a seminar between October 2012 and June 2013.
If you have any further questions, please do email us.
CSWG Organising Committee
January 25, 2012
A somewhat belated post here I'm afraid! The first event was definitely a success, with some great feedback on an early draft of my "Genderforking" conference paper. There was also a fantastic last-minute contribution from Mark Carrigan, who postulated a connection between the "sexual revolution" and the emergence of a particular "asexual" identity in the early years of the 21st century.
The next two events promise to be equally interesting, with multi-disciplinary contributions from across the arts, humanities and social sciences.