Monthly Archives: January 2012
School of Medicine & Health Seminar Series 07 February 2012 in F009 at 12.00 An informal lunch will be served from 12.00, followed by the seminar at 12.30. Dr Lutz Sauerteig, Deputy Director of the School’s Centre for the History … Continue reading
Ugly Meanings in Beautiful Things: Reading and Desire in Fin-de-Siècle Fiction 31 January, 18:15 to 19:15, Elvet Riverside 140, Dr Simon J James (Durham University) A public lecture in The Persistence of Beauty Lecture Series. This lecture series is organised … Continue reading
1) We have a Fulbright Scholar hopefully arriving in May. Prof Jan Haaken who has a long history of feminist activism and scholarship, especially around sexual and domestic violence -her latest book ‘Hard Knocks’ has excellent reviews. She is also … Continue reading
Dear All I am trying to pull together a conference on youth and sex / sexual well-being in the 21st century (provisional title). There is a tremendous amount of practitioner and policy maker interest in the subject, including the ex … Continue reading
The ISET seminar series addresses key issues in the making and remaking of Europe, whether economic, political, social or cultural. In the context of globalization, these extend beyond Europe’s borders, and interrogate definitions of European identity. The queer deconstruction of … Continue reading
Durham Feminism intend to hold one performance of ‘The Vagina Monologues’ as part of the V-Day campaign on Tuesday the 13th March 2012 in Empty Shop (Durham). If you want to take part, the group is looking for: *PERFORMERS: we need … Continue reading
A snapshot of CSGS activities -end 2011 A Happy New Year to everyone!