Law and Sexuality

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

Centre for Gender Studies Seminar Series 2012-13: Gender, Sex and Power

Readers may be interested in this series of forthcoming seminars, organised by Rob Clucas (r.j.clucas@hull.ac.uk)

Dr Meg Barker, Open University 

‘Critically informed kink? Comparing understandings of sex, gender and power in 50 Shades and the BDSM blogosphere’

Keynote speaker Gender, Sex & Power: interdisciplinary dialogues
University of Hull Postgraduate Conference
Wednesday 21st November 2012, 4.30 pm,
Wilberforce Institute for the Study of Slavery & Emancipation (WISE)

Christina Richards, West London Mental Health NHS Trust (Charing Cross Gender Identity Clinic) 

‘Trans and sexuality – theory and pragmatics’

Wednesday 6th February 2013, 4.15 pm South East Asia Museum, 1st Floor, Wilberforce Building

 Grant Denkinson, polyamory community activist volunteer 

‘Polyamory Activism’

Wednesday 6th March 2013, 4.15 pm South East Asia Museum, 1st Floor, Wilberforce Building

Professor Lisa Downing, University of Birmingham 

‘Re-assessing Agency and Consent in Queer and Feminist Theory’

 Wednesday, 17 April 2013, 4.15 pm South East Asia Museum, 1st Floor, Wilberforce Building

Vicki Kirby, Associate Professor, University of New South Wales 

‘Can anthropocentrism be redeemed?’

 Wednesday, 8 May 2013, 4.15 pm South East Asia Museum, 1st Floor, Wilberforce Building

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