The Gender and Sexuality Research Group
The GenSex 2017-18 Programme has started!
Amy McCauley: ‘Is a private self possible?’
Thursday 19th October, Room B004 (Business School, Ormskirk Campus), 1-2pm.
GenSex presents poet Amy McCauley, who through interactive poetry performance, image & essays, invites you to consider: Is a ‘private’ self possible? Can we speak in voices which are not in some way already inherently ‘public’? How might a writer tackle ancient and contemporary myths around ‘femaleness’, desire, sexuality and the performing body? Do we ever stop ‘performing’ (as bodily forms, forms of language, gendered forms and sexualities)?
All are welcome! This event is free.
Amy McCauley completed her PhD at Aberystwyth University and won a Northern Writers’ Award (2016). She works as Poetry Editor for New Welsh Review and as Editor of Creative Response for the feminist visual arts website MAI Journal. She is interested in trans-genre writing, auto-frictions and feminisms. Amy’s first collection of poetry ‘Oedipa’ will be published by Guillemot Press in 2018.
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GenSex Chair: Dr Mari Hughes-Edwards, Reader in English Literature, Edge Hill University
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Who are we?
The Gender and Sexuality Research Group is an inter-disciplinary group which promotes global research into gender and sexuality studies, launched in 2007.
We meet regularly to hear research papers, engage in debate, and run seminars and workshops on subjects such as: masculinities, feminisms, gender theories, LGBT and/or queer studies, sexuality and subversion, bodily/embodiment narratives and transgendered identities.
The aim of the group is to provide international academics and postgraduate students with a forum for academic debate and to foster intellectual exchange and development. In addition to an annual research paper programme the group also seeks to generate conference events and publications.
Where and when do we meet?
The Gender and Sexuality Research Group meets regularly through the academic year at EHU’s Ormskirk campus and at other locations in Liverpool and London.
Our rooms vary from session to session but you can get details by joining our email list – just email the group chair Dr Mari Hughes-Edwards on email@example.com
Would you like to present a paper/lead a workshop?
Interdisciplinary research-based presentations are always welcome, as are art installations, film viewings, debates and workshops.
Topics can include masculinities, feminisms, gender theories, queer studies, sexuality and subversion, bodily narratives and transgendered identities.
If you would like to present a paper or lead a GenSex workshop in 2018-19 just contact firstname.lastname@example.org