sexgen is a collaborative interdisciplinary network bringing together gender and sexuality based research centres around the North of England. We aim to bring academic research, writing and thinking on gender and sexuality into conversation with the ideas, cultural expressions and knowledges of community groups, cultural sites and activist organisations.
– Dr Sally Hines, Centre for Interdisciplinary Gender Studies, University of Leeds: email@example.com
– Dr Jo Woodiwiss, Centre for Research in Social Sciences, University of Huddersfield: firstname.lastname@example.org
– Eleanor Formby, Sheffield Hallam University: E.Formby@shu.ac.uk
The universities belonging to the Network are Leeds, Huddersfield, Durham, Glasgow, Lancaster, Manchester, Newcastle, Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam, Strathclyde, Sunderland, and York.
In 2015-2016, sexgen seminars will continue to hold a series of free seminars, details of which will be posted here. Seminars will be themed to reflect current and emerging themes in gender and sexuality studies.
NEXT SEMINARS (2015-2016):
July 7th 2016, University of Glasgow: Migration, gender and sexuality: Negotiating health, wellbeing and belonging (see ‘news’ page for further details and booking)
April 2016 (date tbc), Centre for Women’s Studies, University of York: Asian Intersections
May 4th 2016, University of Sheffield: Developments in Gender and Women’s Studies
May 18th 2016, Centre for Sex, Gender and Sexualities, Durham University: Masculinities, Sexualities and the Workplace
PREVIOUS SEMINARS (2014-2015, and 2015-2016):
May 27th 2014, Manchester Summer School: Professor Valerie Traub (Michigan and Simon Visiting Professorship, Manchester): Public Talk to theme of Queer Anatomies
October 8th 2014, The Centre for Research in Media and Cultural Studies, University of Sunderland: Young People, Privacy, Sex and Technologies (event page).
Public Lecture by Prof. Rosalind Gill: ‘Love Your Body and Hate It’
Roundtable discussion with Prof. Gill, Dr Celia Roberts, Dr Debra Ferreday and Dr Imogen Tyler: ‘Young Women and Body Image in Neoliberal Times’ (event page).
May 15th 2015, Gender Research Group and School of Geography, Politics and Sociology, Newcastle University: Embodied Difference, Sexualities and Gender: Practices of Regulation, Resistance and Value (event page).
January 29th 2016, University of Strathclyde: Intimacies, Critical Consumption and Diverse Economies (event page)