Monthly Archives: November 2011
A feminist forum based in Durham. Open to all, regardless of gender identity and/or student/non-student circumstances. Reading group : Thursday 24th Nov, 7pm @ Empty Shop. Next discussion group meet-up: Thursday 8th Dec, 7pm @ Empty Shop HQ, Durham.
Show your support on WORLD AIDS DAY and get the chance to watch 1000 red balloons being released over Durham. The release will happen at 2pm on the Kingsgate Bar balcony – get a prime viewing spot on the Elvet … Continue reading
Intersecting Contradiction? Queering Religion, Religious Queers Yvette Taylor and Ria Snowdon (eds) CALL FOR CHAPTERS Deadline for Abstracts: 06 January, 2012 This collection will consider how religious identity interplays with other forms and contexts of identity, specifically those related to … Continue reading
Acting Up: Gender and Television Comedy A Day Symposium at Northumbria University Saturday 14th January 2012 Conference Organizers: Rosie White email@example.com , James Leggott firstname.lastname@example.org Register online at: https://www.northumbria.ac.uk/sd/academic/sass/events/sassevents/sassconf9/?view=page3 Programme: 9.30-10am Registration (and teas/coffee) 10-10.45am Plenary: Frances Gray (former Reader … Continue reading
It is estimated that, worldwide, one in five women will become a victim of rape or attempted rape in her lifetime. Up to 70 per cent of women experience violence in their lifetime. Women aged 15-44 are more at risk … Continue reading
Call for Papers Taking Liberties: Sex, Pleasure, Coercion (1748-1928) 15-17 June 2012, Newcastle University Keynote Speakers: Helen Berry (Newcastle University) on Sex, Marriage and the Castrato Joseph Bristow (UCLA) on Oscar Wilde’s Sexual Practices Cora Kaplan (Queen Mary, University of … Continue reading
Wednesday 05 October 2011 Research Seminar: Dr Shona Hunter (Leeds University) Power Politics Emotions: Impossible Governance Research Beehive Room 2.22 Presented in association with the Sociology Seminar Series Friday 25 November 2011, 10am-4pm One-day Symposium: Early Modern Recipe Books: Women’s … Continue reading