Histories of Gender and Sexuality seminars
The Histories of Gender and Sexuality seminar series runs regularly throughout the academic year. Seminars are open to all.
Time and location
Unless stated otherwise, the seminars take place at 4.00 pm in the stated venue. Precirculated papers will be circulated to the HGS email list. To be added to the list please contact firstname.lastname@example.org Our seminars take the form of shorter papers followed by discussion, 'virtual archive' sessions, which introduce sources and related research questions followed by discussion and conversational interviews.
Semester 1, 2023/24
|Wed 4 Oct||Professor Julie Hardwick (University of Texas at Austin)||“A lump of flesh, fish guts, an alleged fetus, a fetus or a baby? The histories of fetal remains and women’s reproductive health in eighteenth-century France”||G.16 Seminar Room, Old Medical School, Doorway 4|
|Tues 7 Nov||
Dr Jacob Bloomfield (Konstanz University)
Roundtable & Book Launch:
Panel members: Dr Jacob Bloomfield, Professor Louise Jackon, Dr Christian Illbury, Dr Rochelle Rowe & Dr Kate Davison (chair)
Joint event with Centre for the Study of Modern and Contemporary History & Lighthouse Books
**Drinks reception to follow**
|Wed 29 Nov||
Dr Onni Gust (University of Nottingham)
Interview on transgender history and British imperial expansion in the eighteenth- and nineteenth-centuries
Joint event with Women’s History Scotland.
|Please note this event will take place online. An Eventbrite link will appear here.|
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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