Tag Archives: gender

Men only: £10 for helping research on gender, orientation and language

I have just received the following note from Valentina Cartei, who is a DPhil student in Psychology at Sussex Uni. She would is looking for help. jane xx Valentina’s note: I am looking for participants to take part in a … Continue reading

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Event: The Politics of Living Religion/Spirituality and Gender/Sexuality in Everyday Context

This is a london-based conference, taking place on Tuesday 24 May 2011 that aims to bring together scholars who are doing cutting-edge theoretical and/or empirical research on the intersection of religion/spirituality and gender/sexuality in contemporary society. The conference will explore … Continue reading

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Event: Interrogating (In)Equality

This is an interdisciplinary postgraduate & early career scholars conference in the broad area of law,gender and sexuality Call for Papers Much law, gender and sexuality research deals with issues of equality: arguing for legal and social equality for lesbian, … Continue reading

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Event: “Demystifying Public Engagement: Gender & Sexuality Studies Beyond the Academy”

This is a two-day interactive training initiative for postgraduate students in the arts and humanities whose research is connected by an interest in gender and sexuality. It aims to both introduce and ‘demystify’public engagement by providing a toolkit of knowledge … Continue reading

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Name discrimination: the formal case to answer

This week, I finally started real (i.e., legal) action against nPower in respect of the proofs it required in order to demonstrate a “change” of name. The case is simple – although it is also quite obvious that many individuals … Continue reading

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