Seminar 4: What's Political About Sexualities?
This seminar explores matters of sexuality and stigma in the light of post-coloniality and pandemic-affected professional practice.
Our intention is to show how social work’s practical concern with individuals and families does (must) not close down social, political and intersectional analysis, may draw on legal and international analyses, and to remind colleagues that the Social Work and Social Policy REF Unit of Assessment is a ‘broad church’ into which their work may fit.
- From: Friday 18 November 2022, 2 pm
- To: Friday 18 November 2022, 4 pm
- Cost: Free
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The Department of Social Work, Care and Community is hosting seminars to invite colleagues from departments across the School of Social Sciences at NTU into dialogue with its concerns and welcomes external attendees too.
- From: Friday 18 November 2022, 2.00 pm
- To: Friday 18 November 2022, 4.00 pm
- Location: City Campus, Newton Building, Lecture Theatre 6 (LT6).
- Cost: Free
- Booking deadline: Thursday 17 September 2022, 12.00 am
Approaches drawing on post-humanism and new materialism are Increasingly popular in Sociology and across the social sciences. How do such approaches theorise relations between the personal and the political? These authors are each drawing on new materialist approaches to their various topics of activism, precarity and health.
Dr Matthew Waites,
University of Glasgow
Transnational Queer Politics in the Context of Colonialities: The Legacies of Empires,
followed by 10 mins for direct discussion
Dr Laura Harvey and Dr Carl Bonner-Thompson,,
University of Brighton
COVID19, digital technology and LGBTQ+ youth work in the UK,
followed by up to 10 mins for direct discussion
Dr Stephanie Davis, Psychology Dept, NTU.
Dr Cuneyt Cakirlar, Assoc Prof, Journalism and Media, NTU.
Registration will not be required for this, please just come along. All welcome.