Law and Sexuality

A commentary and resource on Law and Sexuality by Professor Chris Ashford and guests

Event: Sexuality and Age

Readers may be interested in this forthcoming academic event:

SEXUALITY AND AGE
University of Huddersfield
22nd June 2012

 This Critical Sexology seminar will focus on the neglected topic of sexualities and age. Throughout their lives, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) people have often found themselves at the intersections of gender, class, and racial disadvantage. Yet little is known about how intersectional power dynamics shape and limit the opportunities available to them at different life stages. Ageing is a diverse experience influenced by socio-cultural and historical factors, but sexuality is often ignored within current theories and research on ageing. Seminar Room 4 – Ground Floor of the Harold Wilson Building (HWG/04) on Queensgate Campus. A map can be found at: http://www.hud.ac.uk/aboutus/findus/ People should park in the Market Hall Car Park. Organised by Dr Surya Monro, Dr Sharon Wray and Dr Tracey Yeadon-Lee Timetable: 1.30-2.00 Tea/coffee 2.00 Introduction to the seminar 2.05 – 2.45 Gay Men and Aging: Paul Simpson, Manchester University 2.45 – 3.05 Questions and discussion 3.05 – 3.35 Tea Break 3.35 – 4.15 Bisexuality and Aging: Rebecca Jones, The Open University, 4.15 – 4.35 Questions and discussion 4.35 – 5.15 Sexualities and Youth, Liz McDermott, University of York 5.15 – 5.35 Questions and discussion 5.35 – 6.00 Concluding Summary and discussion

If you have any queries or questions about the day please contact the organisers, Tracey Yeadon-Lee (t.yeadon-lee@hud.ac.uk) or either Surya Monro (s.monro@hud.ac.uk) and Sharon Wray (s.wray@hud.ac.uk).

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