Thursday, 23 May 2013
Some upcoming events
Just plugging a few events.
The first is the 'Museum Futures in an Age of Austerity' conference taking place at the Institute of Education from 14-16 June.
I will be giving my paper on Saturday 15th, it's called:
Fetishising memory: The Holocaust memorial site as gay-cruising ground and the importance of pilgrimage as an affirmative queer experience
The programme is not quite finalised, but keep an eye on the conference webpage over the next few days, you can also buy your ticket for the event there too.
The second is on 27th June 5.30 – 7pm: Room 728, again at the IOE. It is the LGBTQ themed part of the Feminisms, Gender and Sexuality Seminar Series for this term, and I'm delighted to have been asked to present some of my research:
Let’s talk about sexuality: capturing, collecting and disseminating LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer) oral his and her-stories
(followed by informal drinks in the Student Union Bar)
About the Feminisms, Gender and Sexuality Seminar Series:
Jenny Parkes, Emily Henderson, Charley Nussey, Claudia Lapping, Annette Braun
This group is designed for research students and staff to explore their work around feminisms, gender and sexuality. We meet informally about three times a term, twice during lunchtimes and once during the evening; at each session a speaker is invited to reflect upon their ideas as they develop, and to use the discussion space for the exploration of their own questions. Session topics located within diverse disciplines are encouraged. At least one seminar each term addresses LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer) research. The session to be held in the evening will be followed by drinks in the bar.
To book a place at the seminar, contact Annette Braun at email@example.com.
Also, one final point, my MA dissertation is now available for reference use in the IOE library. The dissertations from 2000 onwards are all up on level 5 and arranged alphabetically by author's surname.