Manchester Feminist Theory Network Workshops

The Case for Feminism

 May 2011

  • The University of Manchester
  • Manchester Metropolitan University
  • Salford University

We are delighted to announce a second series of Feminist Theory Workshops entitled: The Case for Feminism. Hosted across three weeks in May, the workshops will centre on the theme of the case, exploring the relationship between feminist theory and research and examining how theory is generated from particular case studies. Each speaker will present a paper detailing their own engagement with individual cases, considering how these have informed their development of particular theoretical perspectives and analytical tools. Discussants will present responses to the paper and facilitate the workshop.

All postgraduate students and staff are welcome.

Timetable of workshops:

Wednesday 11th May 12.30-2.00 – University Place 4.212

Speaker: Sasha Roseneil, Birkbeck, University of London

Discussant: Jackie Stacey, University of Manchester

Tuesday 17th May 12:20-2 –  University Place 3.214

Speaker: Feona Attwood, Sheffield Hallam University

Discussant: Clarissa Smith, University of Sunderland

Wednesday 25th of May 4.30-6.00 – University Place 3.213

Speaker: Victoria Robinson, University of Sheffield

Discussant: Brian Heaphy, University of Manchester

Registration for these events is not required. However, reading materials (two articles per workshop) will be distributed in advance and so participants should submit their e-mail address to the co-ordinators in order to receive electronic copies of these.

For further information, or to be added to the mailing-list for reading materials, please e-mail rachel.oneill-2@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk or Matthew.Helmers@gmail.com.

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