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PsyCen Seminar- Toilets, Gender and Queer Crip Politics

Centre for Psychological Research (PsyCen)

Wednesday, 21 February 2018 from 15:00 to 16:30 (GMT)

PsyCen Seminar- Toilets, Gender and Queer Crip Politics

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PsyCen (Centre for Psychological Research; School of Social Sciences) Health and Psychology Programme

Toilets, Gender and Queer Crip Politics

Speaker: Dr. Jen Slater, Sheffield Hallam University

Organiser: Dr KATIE DHINGRA/

For the last few years a group of researchers, activists, artists and students working under the name 'Around the Toilet' have been asking what makes a safe and accessible toilet space. Beginning by exploring the experiences of queer, trans and disabled people, the project has since broadened to consider toilets in relation to parenting, travelling, cleaning and labour, faith and religion, schools and work. In this talk I will discuss some of the trials and tribulations of toilet politics and activism, particularly in relation to gender and disability. Far from mundane, we will show the toilet to be a highly political space of exclusion and belonging, often reaffirming our place within society. 

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Leeds Beckett University
Rose Bowl 263
Portland Crescent
LS1 3HB Leeds
United Kingdom

Wednesday, 21 February 2018 from 15:00 to 16:30 (GMT)

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Centre for Psychological Research (PsyCen)

The Centre for Psychological Research (PsyCen) is devoted to achieving the objectives and meeting the research needs that are specific to the REF2021-Unit 4 submission (Psychology, Psychiatry, Neuroscience). This is in line with the current university strategy to shape the School of Social Sciences' research activities guided by the larger framework of the REF strategy in terms of output, infrastructure, environment and impact.

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