Sexgen Seminar 2: Cultural Praxis and the Reimagining of Gendered and Sexual Lives
- Date: Thursday 24 April 2014, 13:00 – 18:00
- Location: Baines Wing SR (2.16)
- Type: Seminars and lectures
- Cost: Free
This seminar will foreground cultural processes as mediums through which to re-imagine possibilities of living gendered and sexual lives.
By drawing on a range of cultural mediums, including film, photography and performance, the seminar will foreground cultural processes as mediums through which to re-imagine possibilities of living gendered and sexual lives.
Arrivals and coffee (13.00-13.30)
Session One (13.30 - 15.15):
Sally Hines (University of Leeds): Beyond Liberation and Loss: Retelling gendered and sexual stories through a cultural politics of difference
Alison Rooke (Goldsmiths): From the Spectacular to the Everyday: The public issues and private troubles of queer lives
Caroline Walters (Middlesex University): Moustached Femme: Expanding Genderqueer and Femininity
Session Two (15.30-17.15):
Alexa Athelstan (University of Leeds): Reimagining Gender?: intersectional approaches to queer femininities
Sara Davidmann (Goldsmiths) Ken. To be destroyed
Jason Barker (London-based Filmmaker): The Millennium Man and other stories
Discussion and close (17.15-18.00)
The event is free but places are limited so early registration required.
To register for the seminar please email Sally Hines.
Please note: This will run alongside the BSA Conference, which will be held at the University of Leeds April 23-25th 2014.