Histories of Gender and Sexuality seminars
The Gender History seminar series runs regularly throughout the academic year. Seminars are open to all.
Time and location
Unless stated otherwise the seminars take place online at 4.00 pm. Links to join and precirculated papers will be circulated to the HGS email list. To be added to the list or receive the link for a single event please contact email@example.com
Semester 2, 2020/21
|Wednesday 27 Jan||
Charlotte James (University of Glasgow)
|"Women helping women": Women's Aid and the women's refuge movement in Britain as a transnational endeavour, 1971-1996'|
|Wednesday 10 Feb||Patricio Simonetto (University College, London)||
'Cotton, makeup and a prosthetic penis: Male and female trans* carnality repertoires in mid 20th century Argentina'
|Wednesday 3 Mar||Asiya Islam (University of Cambridge)||
'"She wears pants and shirts to work": Women workers and body plasticity in service work in contemporary India'
Semester 1, 2020/21
|Wednesday 14 Oct||
Kristin Hay (University of Strathclyde)
'A relentless social and Sexual Revolution?' Attitudes towards birth control in "post-pill" Scotland, c. 1968-1974'
Wednesday 28 Oct
Mara Keire (University of Oxford)
'"Shouting Abuse", "Harmless Jolly", and "Promiscuous Flirtation": Consider the contours of sexual harassment in New York City Department Stores, 1910-1915' (precirculated paper)
|Wednesday 25 Nov||Hannah Young (University of Southampton)||
'The absentee duchess: Gender, family and slave-ownership in late eighteenth- and early-nineteenth century Britain'
|Wednesday 2 Dec||Hatice Yildiz (University of Edinburgh)||
'Sleeping at the Factory Gates: Gender, Industrialisation, and Time Regulation in Bombay Cotton Mills, 1870-1890'.
Co-sponsored with Edinburgh Centre for Global History
Find out more about the Histories of Gender and Sexuality Research Group.
- University of Edinburgh
- School of History, Classics and Archaeology
- Email: Zubin.Mistry@ed.ac.uk
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