Send Your CALL or Congress to fasticongressuum@gmail.com

LGBT+Classics: Teaching, Research, and Activism - 12/02/2018, Reading (England)

09.11.2017

 

 

go to CALL FOR PAPERS

 

FECHA/ DATE/DATA: 12/02/2018


LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: University of Reading (Reading, England)

 

ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Katherine Harloe ; Talitha Kearey ; Irene Salvo

 

INFO: web - salvoirene@gmail.com

 

INSCRIPCIÓN/REGISTRATION/REGISTRAZIONE:  Deadline: 05/02/2018

 

Workshop: Aquí/here/qui

 

-Inscripción/registration/registrazione: £11,35 

 

-Inscripción+ afiliación/registration + membership/registrazione + membri: £22,10

 

Keynote ·Queer Classics: Sexuality, Scholarship, and the Personal": Aquí/here/qui   Gratis/free/gratuito

 

PROGRAMA/PROGRAM/PROGRAMMA:  Disponible también aquí/also available here/anche disponibile qui

 

PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME

 

09.45 – Registration desk opens

10.15 – Welcome and Introduction, with a message from Deborah Kamen (Seattle), Co-Chair of the Lambda Classical Caucus

10.30 – Sebastian Matzner (KCL, London): Queer Connections: Classics and the Gay Science

10.55 – Beth Asbury, Jozie Kettle, Clara Barker (Oxford): Out in Oxford: Hidden Stories in Plain Sight

11.30 – Coffee break

11.45 – Spotlight Talks

 

Alan Greaves (Liverpool): Transgender Lives in Classics: An Example of Museum-based Learning
Kate Nichols (Birmingham): Working with Students to Queer University Collections
Rebecca Mellor (York): Queer There and Everywhere
Chris Mowat (Newcastle): The Place of Classics in LGBT Public History
Mara Gold (Oxford): Beyond Sappho: Classics and the Development of Modern Lesbian Culture
Jessica Moody (Birkbeck): Lesbian Hellenism? How Fin de Siècle Female Classicists Challenged our Queer Histories

 

13.00 – Lunch

 

14.00 – Jen Grove and Rebecca Langlands (Exeter): Ancient Artefacts and Sex Education: Exploring Gender and Sexual Diversity with the University of Exeter’s “Sex & History” project

 

14.35 – Cheryl Morgan (co-chair of OutStories Bristol): How Not to Erase Trans History

 

15.00 – Nicki Ward (Birmingham): Sharing Good Practice: A Model for Embedding LGBTQ Inclusivity in the Curriculum. 

 

15.25 – Maria Moscati (Sussex): Starting as Researcher and Becoming an Activist

 

15.50 – Coffee break

 

16.05 –  Round table on policies and support strategies with Clara Barker (Oxford), Simon Chandler-Wilde (Reading), Alan Greaves (Liverpool) and Jessica Moody (ECU).

 

16.35 – Concluding discussion

 

17.15 – Keynote address by Jennifer Ingleheart (Durham): Queer Classics: Sexuality, Scholarship, and the Personal

 

18.15 – Drinks reception

 

Please reload

categorías / tags / categorie

Please reload

Fasti Congressuum is licensed under a Creative Commons Reconocimiento-NoComercial-CompartirIgual 4.0 Internacional License
© 2014 by Fasti Congressuum. Proudly created by M. Cristina de la Escosura