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Qatar Stars (Film Screening & Workshop)
Thursday 19 May, 2-5pm. Register here.
This event is open to LSE staff and students only
In this workshop, co-organised with LSE's Middle East Centre, supported by the Buffett Institute for Global Affairs, and chaired by Nazanin Shahrokni, Director Danielle Beverly and Producer Jawaher AlMoawda will screen a work-in-progress “rough cut” of Qatar Stars to gather insight from LSE academics and students at a crucial stage in the editing of the feature documentary. Discussion and informal audience feedback will inform the completed film, which will be released in 2023.
Independent Miss Craigie (Film Screening)
Thursday 26 May, 6-8pm. Sign up on Eventbrite.
Join us for a film screening of Independent Miss Craigie followed by Q&A with director Lizzie Thynne, chaired by Dr Sadie Wearing.
This event is co-hosted by LSE Library.
Locating Sex Work in Conversations on Care Symposium
27 May 2022, 9.30am onwards
Register for the symposium on EventBrite
Join us in rethinking care in relation to sex work. This symposium explores the boundaries between “care” and “control” in the dominant political thinking on sex work and probes interventions that centre a framework of care.
Keynote speakers: Niki Adams and Charlotte Lee, The English Collective of Prostitutes; Julia O'Connell Davidson, University of Bristol; Prabha Kotiswaran, Kings College London
The LSE Gender Annual Conference, 10th June 2022.
Building on the success of our 2021 Conference, A World In Revolution, we are delighted to announce the theme for our next conference: Death World(ing)s.
You can find more details and the Call For Papers here, and the submission deadline is 15th April, 2022.
Information about registering for this conference will be available soon, and if you have any questions you can contact us on:
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Summer Term Events - Archive
LSE Gender 3rd Year PhD Panel
Alanah Mortlock shares work taken from her doctoral research. Chair: Marsha Henry. Respondent: Jacob Breslow.
Watch the presentation and discussion on YouTube (link available soon).
Lent Term Events - Archive
Return of a Native: learning from the land
How can we not write about everything? Vron Ware talks with Ruth Wilson Gilmore about her new book, Return of a Native: learning from the land (Repeater Books, 2022). Chaired by Marsha Henry.
Michaelmas Term Events - Archive
- Imagining Childhoods Otherwise - watch this event here.
An LSE Gender Studies conversation celebrating the publication of Jacob Breslow's Ambivalent Childhoods: Speculative Futures and the Psychic Life of the Child. Discussants: Jules Gill-Peterson, Erica Meiners, and Mary Zaborskis. Chair: Jacob Breslow
- Unconditional Equals - Listen to the podcast or watch the video
Co-hosted by the Department of Government and the Department of Gender Studies. In this event we launch Unconditional Equals by Anne Phillips, who, alongside a panel of experts across gender and political theory will explore genuine unconditional equality and the commitment we make to ourselves and others. Speakers: Anne Phillips, Sumi Madhok and Teresa Bejan. Chair: Nicola Lacey
- Vernacular Rights Cultures: the politics of origins, human rights, and gendered struggles for justice - watch this event here
In this panel, scholars discuss Sumi Madhok's new book Vernacular Rights Cultures. Discussants: Kimberly Hutchings, Kalpana Wilson, John Chalcraft and Leticia Sabsay. Chair: Anne Phillips
- Gender Department - Doctoral Research Panel - watch the event here
In this panel, PhDs will present their doctoral research and reflect on the methodological and epistemic implications of undertaking feminist research. Speakers: Zuzana Dancikova and Niharika Pandit. Chair: Clare Hemmings
- Queering Europe: nationalism and sexuality - Listen to the podcast or watch the video.
Co-hosted by the LSE European Institute and Department of Gender Studies, and part of the LSE European Institute Series: 'Beyond Eurocentrism’. This event will explore the seemingly paradoxical relationship between sexuality and Europeanness. Speakers: Fatima El-Tayeb, Abeera Khan, Richard Mole, and Alyosxa Tudor. Chair: Jacob Breslow
- At Risk: Indian sexual politics and the global AIDS crisis - Watch the event here
In this talk, Gowri Vijayakumar will present her recent book, At Risk: Indian sexual politics and the global AIDS crisis. Speaker: Gowri Vijayakumar. Chair: Sharmila Parmanand