Past Seminars

To see details of speakers and full programmes of past Critical Sexology seminars, organized by year, click on the links below:

2016:
February: “Sexuality and Mental Health”; October: “Critical Sexology and SexGen in the South joint seminar”; December: “Anti-Post-Queer”

2015:
January: “Feminist Encounters with Evolutionary Psychology”; May: “Queer/Coercion”; November: “Fat Sex”

2014:
February: “Rethinking Foucault for 21st-Century Sexuality Studies”; May: “Sex-Critical Approaches to Pornography”

2013:
February: “Sex and Pedagogy”; September: “Sex and Religion”

2012:
March: “Sexuality and Time”; June: “Sexuality and Age”; December: “Queer and/in Translation”

2011:
March: “Feminist/ Sexualities Praxis: Can High Theory Meet Grass Roots?”; September: “Relationships”; December: “Sex on Trial”

2010:
March: “Sex Blogging, Gender, and Sexual Subcultures”; May: “When is Sex Bad?”; September: “What is Sex?”

2009:
January: “Agency”; April:Method, Ethics, and Process in Sex Research”; September: “Queer in Europe”

2008:
April: “‘Extreme’ Pornography and Discourses of Censorship”; September: “Intersex: A Disorder of Discourse?”; December: “Non-monogamies”

2007:
February: “Sexual Subcultures and Discourses of Health and Harm”; June: “Embodying Femininity”; November: “International Approaches to Bisexuality”

2006:
February: “Outness and Sexual Self-Disclosure in Academia and the Clinic”; June: “Heterosexualities”; November: “Female Genital Mutilation”

2005:
February: “What Can We Learn from Pornography?”; May: “Dilemmas in Care”; November: “The Vagina”

2004:
February: “Psychoanalysis: Time to Sex Down?”; April: “Masculinities”; November: “The Ethics of Embodiment”

2003:
February: “Changing Gender Narratives”; May: “Sexual Politics; Sexual Practices”; November: “Sexing the Child”

2002:
June: “Childhood and Adolescence”; November: “Sexual Diversity”