Queer Materialisms: an online training day for PhD students -11 February 2021, 11am-6pm

by | Dec 18, 2020 | Workshops/training | 0 comments

Calling all postgraduate researchers: join us for a training day of workshops that will interrogate recent developments in the field of sexuality studies and help you evaluate potential applications for your own research.  

The day’s workshops will be facilitated by leading academics and creative practitioners with expertise in materialist methodologies and theory, from Marxist-feminism to new materialism:  

  • Dr Broderick Chow (Royal Central School of Speech & Drama)
  • Dr Helen Palmer (Vienna University of Technology)
  • Dr Samuel Solomon (University of Sussex)
  • Dr Nat Raha (University of St Andrews)

This event is hosted by Kingston University London and is funded by the AHRC Doctoral training partnership Techne. However, it is open to postgraduate researchers from any UK or overseas institution. It will be of relevance to students situated in every discipline within the arts and humanities as well as those whose projects are explicitly transdisciplinary, and it will be suitable for students at all stages of their research. It is free attend. 

If you would like to participate in the training day, please register by Monday 18 January 2021

For further information, please email the organisers Dr Caoimhe Mader McGuinness (c.madermcguinness@kingston.ac.uk) and Dr Martin Dines (m.dines@kingston.ac.uk).  


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