The Queer Studies Research Network Undergraduate Symposium
The Queer Studies Research Network are delighted to announce our first annual undergraduate symposium!
We have a fantastic line-up of undergraduate speakers as well as a fabulous performance and keynote speaker!
Niamh White (Keble): Receptions of Queer Feminism within Dartmouth College’s Women’s Movement 1975-2000
Xavier Roberts-Gaal (New College): Much Ado About Nothing? Asexual identity formation and its challenges in adolescence
Tori Mangan (Wadham): 'Is Orlando trans?'
Roan Runge (Exeter): 'I wish there was a world for us’: Utopic Glimpses of Lesbians, Trans Women and Queer Women in Science Fiction and Fantasy Comics.
Jaycie Carter (Christchurch): Challenging the racialised and gendered hierarchical binaries of objectivity/subjectivity in Queer Studies.
Alexander Rostron (Wadham): The colonial dynamics of male/male sexual encounters and the eroticisation of the colonised land in André Gide’s 'Si le Grain ne Meurt' and 'L’Immoraliste.'
Nicky Clark (LMH): The vilifying of trans people and the obscuring of their voices by the British Press
Dr Charlie Jeffries (Keble)
Christian Adore and Eaton Messe's Dragprov Revue!
The symposium will be followed by a drinks reception. This event is free and open to all (venue is accessible).
This event is sponsored by The Queen's College JCR LGBTQ Officer.
Contact name: Eleri Watson
Contact email: email@example.com
Audience: Open to all