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Seminar series - Department of History

(17 November 2017)

The Department of History introduces a seminar series entitled 'Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Masculinities, Gender and Sport'. These seminars are free and open to all. Please read on for dates and times.

Epiphany

13 January, 5.30pm, Anthropology Department, South Road - Mwenza Bell (Cambridge): Anger, Suspicion, and Masculinity: British Pakistani Muslim men's (in)fertility and the clinical encounter

30 January, 5.30pm, IAS, Cosin’s Hall, Palace Green, Seminar Room - 
Alex Channon (Brighton): “Hit me!” Negotiating gender in sex-integrated martial arts training

1 March, 5.30pm, History Department, 43 North Bailey, Seminar Room 2 - 
Ian Biddle (Newcastle): Masculinity, Gender nostalgia and the listening subject: towards a critical cultural history of the ear

Easter Term

7 June, 5.30pm, History Department, 43 North Bailey, Seminar Room 2 - Todd Reeser (Pittsburgh): Affect Theory and Masculinity Studies

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