Event Date: 31 May 2017
Time: 10:00 - 15:00 (registration from 9:30am)
‘Unimaginable a decade ago, the intensely personal subject of gender identity has entered the public square.’—National Geographic (Jan 2017)
This openness to discussion of sexuality, gender, and emotion begins to expose this latest generation’s ambivalence, even dissonance regarding these terms. The workshop will explore this, both historically and within the contemporary culture of the 21st Century.
The workshop will gather academics and community representatives from within Bournemouth University and beyond, whose work may help us to understand more fully the contemporary takes on sexuality, gender, and emotion. These may include:
We will spend the day learning informally about each other’s interests and previous work around sexuality, gender, and emotion, thus creating the beginnings of new partnerships for further exploration, discovery, research, dissemination, and community action.
Workshop organised by Dr Kip Jones, Director, Centre for Qualitative Research, BU and Dr Lee-Ann Fenge, Deputy Director, National Centre for Post-Qualifying Social Work, BU.
Lunch and refreshments will be available throughout the day. Guests are responsible for making their own travel arrangements to the workshop.
For futher information on this event please contact Kip Jones on email@example.com
How to get to BU: Directions, parking & maps
Parking information for Executive Business Centre: There is no parking available at the Executive Business Centre, for information on how to reach the University please visit our website. The nearest pay and display parking is located on Cotlands Road.
Accommodation: The University has preferential rates with a number of local hotels, please quote Bournemouth University when booking to access these rates. (Preferential rates are subject to availability and will be advised by the hotel at the time of booking.)
East Cliff Court Hotel
The Green House Hotel
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