After more than a decade of co-organizing this seminar series, the current organizers have handed over the reins to three new co-organizers. They are (in alphabetical order):
Stephanie Davis (University of East London): Details here; Email.
Elliot Evans (University of Birmingham): Details here; Email.
Jos Twist (Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust): Details here; Email.
We have very much enjoyed co-organizing Critical Sexology. It has allowed us to meet some wonderful people, hear some great papers, and engage in rigorous and challenging debate. We will continue to attend events where possible and will be assisting the new organizers as they launch the third generation of Critical Sexology seminars.
Keep your eye on the website over the coming weeks for updates.
Thank you for your support and attendance over the past years.
Lisa, Meg-John, and Robert
Here is a link to the voice recordings of talks by Romana Byrne, Oliver Davis, and Emma Foster at the “Rethinking Foucault for 21st-Century Sexuality Studies” Critsex in the Midlands event at University of Birmingham on 14th February 2014:
A summary of the most recent session “Rethinking Foucault for 21st-Century Sexuality Studies” can be found here.
A summary of the most recent session, “Sex and Pedagogy” is available here.
Wishing you all a happy festive season and all good things for 2013.
Don’t forget our next seminar “Sex and Pedagogy”, 22nd February 2013 at QMUL.
From now on, we will endeavour to live-tweet Critical Sexology events for those not able to attend. A summary of the most recent session, “Queer and/in Translation” is available here.
The shiny new WordPress-based Critical Sexology site is now live!
You’re looking at it.