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Upcoming Events

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Dr Katherine Brickell, Senior Lecturer in Human Geography will be leading a research seminar on Monday 20 October at 18.30 in the Graham Wallas Room, Old Building.

Dr Brickell is Senior Lecturer in Human Geography at Royal Holloway, University of London. Her research focuses on contemporary domestic life bringing together approaches from social and cultural geography on 'home' with those of development geography on the 'household'.

De Sidere 7 Poster

'De Sidere 7' Film Screening|

De Sidere 7 is an experimental work that interweaves performance, dance, poetry, storytelling and text to reflect upon aspects of desire, shot in Bangalore and Delhi. With an introduction from Lata Mani. Tuesday 28 October at 6.30pm in CLM.G.02, Clement House, LSE.


The Making of Gendered Subjectivity|

We all possess subjectivity, but how is that subjectivity made and articulated and how important is gender in its making? Speaking on 'The Making of Gendered Subjectivity' will be Catherine Hall and Carolyn Steedman, in a conversation co-hosted with The Women's Library. Tuesday 11 November, 6.45-8.15pm in the New Theatre, East Building.

Richard Cleminson

Anarchism and Sexuality|

In the Gender Institute's public discussion 'Anarchism and Sexuality', Martha Acklesberg, Richard Cleminson and Terence Kissack will explore the importance of the relationship between anarchism and sexuality to our comprehension of sexual politics. Thursday 4 December, 6.30-8pm in the New Theatre, East Building. Co-hosted by the University of Leeds Humanities Research Institute.

Terence Kissack

'Sex in the Archives: Collecting and Interpreting Erotic Materials' will be a research seminar given by Terence Kissack. Many LGBTQ archives collect and make available erotic materials including magazines, ephemera, commercial and amateur photographs, personal writings, and objects such as sex toys and art.  What are the challenges of acquiring and cataloguing the historical traces of sexual desire?  How do researchers interpret them and how can they be used in exhibits and other public history work?   Monday 8 December, 6.30pm, Room NAB.2.04, New Academic Building.