This video is part of a really interesting series produced by The School of Life.
Tag Archive for ‘intimacy’
QUEERING PARTNERING 2016 – CALL FOR PAPERS Queering Partnering is the 1st International Conference stemming from the large ERC funded study INTIMATE: Citizenship, Care and Choice – The micro-politics of intimacy in Southern Europe (www.ces.uc.pt/intimate). This year the Conference will… Read More ›
Mediated Intimacies: Relationships, Bodies and Technology Call for Papers: Special Issue of Journal of Gender Studies to be published March 2017 edited by Alison Winch, Feona Attwood, Jamie Hakim. We are looking for 7000 word completed essays by 31st December… Read More ›
1st Non-Monogamies and Contemporary Intimacies Conference (Sept. 25th–27th, ’15) Call for Contributions – Deadline 18th May 2015 (To see a longer version of this Call for Contributions, please go here) || PLEASE SHARE Research in sociology, psychology, anthropology and contemporary history has shown… Read More ›
Regulating Intimacy: A Research Symposium “Intimate Labors and the Labors of Intimacy” Indiana University, Bloomington September 26, 2015 http://regulatingintimacy.wordpress.com/ Paper submission deadline: May 8, 2015 Regulating Intimacy is an interdisciplinary research symposium held annually at Indiana University. We seek to… Read More ›
This intriguing but somewhat overstated article in Rolling Stone Magazine contests that there’s a distinctively generational dimension to changing relationship practices, with millennials constituting “a generation that has been raised with the concept of sexual freedom and without solid guidelines… Read More ›