Category Archives: GASRN internal events
Wednesday 02 July 2012 – Academia and Political Involvement – Marriot Hotel @ 13.00 November – Jo Brewis & Kat Riach – Holgate Conf Room, Grey College @ 16.45 15 November 2012 – Dr Stavroula Pipyrou (University of St Andrew’s) … Continue reading
Durham’s Purple goes Pink! – An Invitation to the launch of Durham University’s first Research Centre For Sex, Gender And Sexualities
Durham’s Purple goes Pink! – Come to the launch of Durham University’s first Research Centre For Sex, Gender And Sexualities Thursday 17th November 6:15 – 7.30pm Followed by wine and canapés from 7.30pm Appleby Lecture Theatre Durham University Science Site, … Continue reading
You are warmly invited to Durham University’s first interdisciplinary research day on Gender, Sex and Sexualities, organised by the Gender and Sexuality Research Network with the support of the Centre for Medical Humanities. Gender, sex and sexualities research continues to … Continue reading
Michel Foucault described self-policing as the modern replacement for external, authoritarian, methods of surveillance and social regulation. Today, discipline is instilled within, and punishment, if we waver from the norm, self-induced. This paper identifies self-policing practices in relation to the … Continue reading
Founded in 2010, the Durham Gender and Sexualities Research Network (GASRN) provides a forum for academics and postgraduates from all departments to discuss and develop their research on gender, sex and sexuality. We are delighted to announce that GASRN activities … Continue reading
Welcome to Durham University’s Gender and Sexuality Research Network (GASRN).