26th May – Annual GRG Undergraduate and Postgraduate Research Symposium: Body Politics.
Undergraduate or postgraduate student working on a dissertation considering the themes of gender, sexuality and power? Consider submitting your abstract to the GenderResearch Group’s annual dissertation symposium – a chance to share your research in an informal and supportive environment with prizes for the best three presentations.
Abstracts should be 200 words in length, and submitted along with your name, school, and the title of your paper to Beth Watt (Symposium Organiser) at email@example.com by 5th May 2016. Presentations should be 15 minutes in length.
For more information, support, or advice on writing an abstract, please contact the organiser, or tweet us.
Gender Reading Club
7th March, 6pm in the City Tavern (upstairs) and we’ll be reading de Vries, Kylan Mattias (2015) ‘Transgender people of color at the center: Conceptualizing a new intersectional model’ Ethnicities 15 (1): 3-27.
Established in September 2015 this informal group meets on a monthly basis, usually in the City Tavern, to discuss a piece of feminist writing. Our interests are broad and so far we have covered topics which include; the ‘Crisis of Masculinity’, Women and the unpaid economy and the Marxist-Foucauldian-feminist book, “Caliban and the Witch: Women, the Body and Primitive Accumulation’. Pieces are usually recommended by members.
If you are interested in attending please contact Jemima Repo (Jemima.Repo@newcastle.ac.uk) who can add you to the mailing list. FOr more information see the Gender Reading Group’s Page.
Campus Feminisms: Social Justice in Higher Education Workshop
21st March, 12-5.30pm, Newcastle University, Armstrong Building (Room 1.06)
More information here.