Monthly Archives: November 2010
Feminist Phenomenology and Medicine May 18-21, 2011, Uppsala, Sweden Phenomenology and much feminist theory and philosophy investigate lived experiences and affirm the role of embodiment for human meaning-making. Furthermore, both unveil and scrutinize taken-for-granted and in this sense ‘hidden’ assumptions, … Continue reading
WAR AND GENDER 12th March 2011 Newcastle University Keynote Speakers Gabriel Koureas (Birkbeck) Victoria Stewart (Leicester) War has always been understood in gendered terms, whether from the perspective of the male-identified space of the battlefield or the traditional invocation of … Continue reading
Bodies in Movement: Intersecting Discourses of Materiality in the Sciences and the Arts The University of Edinburgh, UK, May 28-29 2011 The last two decades have witnessed a turn both to materiality and movement in critical, social and feminist theory. … Continue reading
Affecting Feminism: Feminist Theory and the Question of Feeling Newcastle University 10-12 December 2010 Bookings close 1 Dec Over the past decade, there has been a notable turn to feeling or emotion across the humanities, social sciences and neurosciences. Affecting … Continue reading
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