Symposium Trans and Intersex Rights in Health and Education - Discourse, Power and Possibility (December 2018)
This event, held on December 5th 2018, was organised to celebrate the publication of Dr. Ruth Pearce's book Understanding Trans Health, and centred around the question: How are trans and intersex lives defined, managed and contested in healthcare, education, and community settings?
The symposium featured talks by:
- Dr. Alfrancio Dias on 'The Experiences of Trans Students in Universities in Brazil'
- Dr. David Griffiths on 'Intersex Politics in the UK during the 1960's/70's'
- Dr. Kate Nambiar presenting 'By us, for us: Trans Led Healthcare in Sexual Health and Beyond'
- Dr. Ruth Pearce, as keynote speaker, presenting 'The Gender Experts: Clinical Discourse and Becoming Trans'
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Public Lecture Feminist Dilemmas: How to talk about gender-based violence in relation to the Middle East? (November 2018)
This public lecture by Prof. Nadje Al-Ali charts her trajectories and dilemmas as a feminist activist/academic when researching, writing and talking about gender-based violence with reference to the Middle East - specifically in relation to Iraq, Turkey, and Lebanon.
Workshop Certifying Equality? A critical conversation on Athena SWAN and equality accreditation (February 2017)
This was a one-day event looking at the challenges and opportunities afforded by Athena SWAN. On this page you can find materials from the event, as well as the original promotional information.
Book Launch Genes and the Bioimaginary: Science, Spectacle, Culture, by Prof. Deborah L. Steinberg (June 2016)
Launch event for the book Genes and the Bioimaginary: Science, Spectacle, Culture (June 14th, 2016). Featuring talks by Prof. Elizabeth Ettorre, Prof. Stuart Murray and Prof. Deborah Lynn Steinberg, and chaired by Prof. Nickie Charles.
Workshop Gendering the Arab Spring (October 2011)
This workshop, sponsored by CSWG and the Department of Politics and International Studies, was held on October 28th, 2011. Some of the questions asked by the workshop, included: How significant is gender in understanding the "Arab spring"? What do Arab women hope to achieve from their participation in the uprisings? What is the future of women’s rights and gender relations in the aftermath of dictatorship?
Video recordings of the workshop presentations are available here.
CSWG Graduate Seminar Series
Audio recordings of some of the presentations given as part of this series are available here.