Initial details of our fourth and final event are now available.
After Kinsey: (Re)Theorising Sexuality and Gender in a ‘Post-Closet’ Context will take place in the Radcliffe Conference Centre at the University of Warwick on Thursday 26th – Friday 27th June 2014.
This event will return to the themes of medical and therapeutic practice, popular culture and representation explored in previous seminars, whilst also reflecting specifically upon the consequences of contemporary ‘trans’ discourses for the theorising of gender and sexuality.
There will be seven presentations over the course of the event, from Zowie Davy, Mijke van der Drift, Kat Gupta, Sally Hines, Chryssy Hunter, Surya Monro and Tobias Raun. Further details of the topic areas will follow soon.
The event will be highly interactive, with several opportunities for extensive discussion of themes and issues raised by the speakers.
Registration will take place from 12pm on Thursday 26th June, with the event proper beginning at 1pm. Lunch, an evening meal and accommodation will be provided at Radcliffe. Breakfast will be provided on Friday 27th June.
Registration is now open.
A limited number of travel bursaries are available for participants who do not have institutional funds to attend. Let us know if you’d like to apply for one of these bursaries when you register.