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Call for Papers: Remembering Operation Spanner: Culture, Law, History, Crime

Posted By Sociological Imagination

Remembering Operation Spanner: Culture, Law,…

CfP: The Neoliberal University: Gender, Class, & Sexuality

Posted By Sociological Imagination

This panel intends to investigate…

The Association of (Gay) Suburban People

Posted By Sociological Imagination

It’s easy to associate gay…

Queering ESOL: towards a cultural politics of LGBT politics in the ESOL classroom

Posted By Sociological Imagination

‘Queering ESOL: towards a cultural…

 ‘Media, Gender & Culture’ Summer School, King’s College London

Posted By Sociological Imagination

King’s College London Summer School…

Call for papers: Queer Methods

Posted By Sociological Imagination

WSQ, Call for Papers: Special…

1st Non-Monogamies and Contemporary Intimacies Conference

Posted By Sociological Imagination

1st Non-Monogamies and Contemporary Intimacies Conference…

Sexual Cultures 2: Academia Meets Activism

Posted By Sociological Imagination

Sexuality activists/academics – do consider…

Tales From the Millennials’ Sexual Revolution

Posted By Sociological Imagination

This intriguing but somewhat overstated…

Porn Studies is Released

Posted By Sociological Imagination

Routledge Journals Publishes Porn Studies March…

Launch of ‘SexGen Northern Network’ and seminar on Compulsory Sexualities

Posted By Sociological Imagination

We would like to invite…

Launch of ‘SexGen Northern Network’ in the UK

Posted By Sociological Imagination

Dear Colleagues, We are delighted…

Seminar Series on the History of Sexuality

Posted By Sociological Imagination

Seminar Launch Event: What is the…

Recognising Diversity? Gender and Sexual Equalities In Principle and Practice

Posted By Sociological Imagination

Recognising Diversity?: Gender and Sexual…

Why sexual people don’t get asexuality and why it matters

Posted By Sociological Imagination

I had three initial aims…

The cultural significance of asexuality

Posted By Mark Carrigan

Until people started calling themselves…

The Opposite of Crush

Posted By Audrey Sprenger

Once, in my Introductory Sociology…

The Coming Out of Dorian Gray

Posted By Milena Kremakova

This year, the original `The…