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CANCELLED: “The Queer Art of the Manifesto”, a talk by Dr. Laura Guy & an Exhibition

Tuesday 25 February 2020

How do the peculiar temporalities and ephemeral qualities of manifestos provide experimental approaches to writing histories of queer culture? This talk turns to the aesthetic dimensions of manifestos distributed from the early years of gay liberation to contemporary queer movements. Discussing polemics written by groups like Radicalesbians, the Combahee River Collective, and Wages Due Lesbians, the relationship of form and content will be considered through the subjects of reproduction, circulation and translation.

"Palestine and the Will to Theorise Decolonial Queering", a talk by Dr Walaa Alqaisiya

Tuesday 21 January 2020

Dr Walaa Alqaisiya is a fellow in gender, sexuality and conflict in the Gender Studies Department at the LSE. She holds a doctoral degree in Human Geography from Durham University that examines the meanings of queer(y)ing spaces within the current Palestinian context and their relevance in relation to de-colonial geographies and imaginaries.

"Connecting Over A Bottle of Wine?": Negotiating Femininities and Friendships Through Alcohol Consumption and Sobriety

Wednesday 13 November 2019

Dr Emily Nicholls is a Senior Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Portsmouth. Her areas of expertise include gender and femininities and alcohol consumption, and she has recently published a monograph based on her research around how gender is negotiated on a 'girls' night out'. Her current project - 'Sobriety Stories' - explores women's experiences of early sobriety in the UK.

Where is feminism in the Hong Kong protests? Gender, diversity and the struggle for democracy.

Wednesday 6 November 2019

Prof. Petula Sik Ying Ho from the University of Hong Kong.

WORKSHOP: Managing Mental Health & Well-Being Alongside Academic Study

Wednesday 30 October 2019

The aim of this workshop will be to create a hospitable space for us to share some daily strategies for balancing the demands of our academic work with our mental health, as well as learning about the services and resources available to support us in managing our mental health and well-being at the university and locally, in York.

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