Sexuality Summer School 26 – 30 May: Queer Anatomies
Registration for the Sexuality Summer School is open to all PhD and Masters students and will go live on 14 February 2014 at estore.manchester.ac.uk. The number of students is limited to 35 so book early to avoid disappointment. Price: £70 (early bird, until 14 March) / £80 (regular). Includes some food / refreshments and tickets to public events at Contact and the Cornerhouse.
The Sexuality Summer School is a five-day event for postgraduates, organized by the Centre for the Study of Sexuality and Culture (CSSC) at the University of Manchester since 2008. The Sexuality Summer School brings together postgraduates, researchers and international scholars, and also artists and filmmakers, to facilitate dialogue and discussions that speak to contemporary debates in queer and feminist sexuality studies, with a particular emphasis on the interdisciplinary study of culture. In 2014, our focus will be on cultural theories and histories of anatomy.
The Sexuality Summer School includes public events (see below for details) with Jaspir Puar (Rutgers), Jim Hubbard (director, United in Anger), Richard Dyer (Kings), Valerie Traub (Michigan), Peggy Shaw and Lois Weaver (Split Britches), Mary Bryson (British Columbia) and Chase Joynt (Chicago). The Summer School will also include workshops with Claudia Castañeda (Emerson), with Erika Alm and Kajsa Widegren (Gender Studies, Gothenburg) and members of CSSC at the University of Manchester, including: Jackie Stacey, Monica Pearl, David Alderson and Laura Doan.
The Sexuality Summer School is sponsored this year by the University of Manchester Faculty of Humanities; Cornerhouse; Contact; Screen; Science, Stroke, Art 2014; and SEXGEN.
SSS 2014 Public Events (open to everyone):
Monday 26 May – 12-2 – lunchtime public lecture: Professor Jasbir Puar (Rutgers)
Monday 26 May – 6-8 – film screening at Cornerhouse: United in Anger: A History of ACT UP (2012) followed by Q&A with director Jim Hubbard, Professor Richard Dyer (Kings) and Dr.Monica Pearl (Manchester). Co-sponsored by Screen
Tuesday 27 May – 7.30-9.30 – workshop at Contact: Peggy Shaw and Lois Weaver in Green Screening: A Conversational Workshop (to book: http://contactmcr.com/whats-
Wednesday 28 May – 8-10 – evening performance at Contact: Peggy Shaw in her new show: RUFF followed by ‘Ask the Doctor: Q&A’ (sponsored by Science, Stroke, Art 2014 as part of Action on Stroke Month) (to book: http://contactmcr.com/whats-