A commentary and resource on Law and Sexuality by Professor Chris Ashford and guests
A workshop by the AHRC ReValuing Care Research Network Keele University, Wednesday and Thursday 19-20 September 2012
Registration Open: Please see http://www.keele.ac.uk/risocsci/currentactivities/therevaluingcarenetwork/
Resourcing Care will provide a space to reflect critically on care’s heritage and to consider anew the different ways in which care is a resource in an era characterised by renewed austerity and intensified personal management.
Speakers include: Sue Westwood (Keele, UK), Sarah van Walsum (VU, the Netherlands), Alissa Tolstokorova (ISEO, Ukraine), Dania Thomas (Keele, UK), Olivia Smith (DCU, Ireland), Elizabeth Peel (Aston, UK), Alice Margaria (EUI, Italy), Ambreena Manji (BIEA, Kenya/Keele), Kerry Kyaa (BIEA, Kenya), Jane Krishnadas (Keele, UK), Rosie Harding (Birmingham, UK), Ruth Fletcher (Keele, UK), Fabienne Emmerich (Keele, UK), Anja Eleveld (Leiden, the Netherlands), Maria Drakopoulou (Kent, UK), Helen Carr (Kent, UK), Jo Bridgeman (Sussex, UK), Chris Beasley (Adelaide, Australia), Marian Barnes (Brighton, UK), Martha Augoustinos (Adelaide, Australia), Maybrit Jill Alpes (VU, the Netherlands), Donatella Alessandrini (Kent, UK), Renu Addlakha (CWDS, India).
The ReValuing Care Research Network builds on academic connections developed by Westminster, Kent and Keele through the Research Centre for Law, Gender and Sexuality (AHRC 2004-2009), and generates new research collaborations with the Fay Gale Centre for Research on Gender at the University of Adelaide, and those arising through the network’s international and interdisciplinary activities.