Centre for Sex, Gender and Sexualities’ Summer PG/ECR Workshop (CfP, Durham University, 5 June 2013).

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The workshop, which has limited space, is designed specifically for postgraduates, advanced students and staff who research in the area of sex, gender and sexualities, who are interested in spending a day participating in a truly interdisciplinary workshop and who are excited by learning something different. In addition to two fantastic plenary speakers, the workshop has an advanced methodology stream and two parallel sessions (see call for papers below). The workshop includes a day of academic activities, lunch, workshop dinner and a performance poetry slam in the evening. Accommodation is not provided, but recommendations of low cost accommodation can be made.

The workshop will cost £10 – which is a contribution towards the cost of food and the evening entertainment. It is critical that places are booked as soon as possible in order to avoid disappointment – we operate a first come first served policy. Please reserve your place by email the organiser.

The call for papers is now open and the deadline is 15th May. Proposals must address the theme of this year’s workshop: Reimagining Gender, Reimaging Sexualities. Abstracts should be no more than 250 words. Format for presentations is open – seminar, workshop, short film, reading group, roundtable discussion, etc. Ideally, presenters will be advanced PG students, ECRs and others relatively young in their academic careers. For more information and to submit abstracts please email the organisers

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