2018-2019, upcoming sessions

#session5, Tuesday 18 December 2018 (17h-19h, ODG 147), Laurence Gervais (Université Paris Nanterre) will discuss her forthcoming publication Le Sexe de la ville, Construction du territoire urbain états-unien dans une perspective de genre, construction du genre par le territoire (éditions Demopolis). Respondent: Marylene Lieber Gabbiani (University of Geneva). Click here for further details

#session6, Monday 11 February 2019, Rémy Bethmont (Université Paris VIII), “Une approche historique et ethnographique du mariage religieux de couples de même sexe dans l’anglicanisme.” Respondent: Mathieu Duplay (Université Paris Diderot).

#session7, Monday 18 March 2019 (17h-19h), Martin Winckler (writer) will discuss issues of gender in the medical world. Respondent: Ariane Hudelet (Université Paris Diderot)

#jointsession, Monday 25 March (17h-19h): Jennifer Klein (Yale University, Visiting Professor at the LARCA), Laura Lee Downs (Chair of gender history, IUE), Pat Thane (King’s College, London) and Capri Cafaro (former Democrat Senator in Ohio, Visiting Professor at LSE) “Women, Work, and Welfare: A history of Gender and Precarious Labour Markets in Britain and the US.” This will be a joint session with the research group Histoire du Politique.

#session8, Monday 8 April 2019 (17h-19h), Laura Mulvey (Birkbeck College, University of London), “Space, time and motherhood in some films made by women” (joint session with the research group Imaginaires Contemporains). Respondent: Martine Beugnet (Université Paris Diderot). Click here for further details.

#session9, Monday 6 May 2019, Sandeep Bakshi, (Université Paris Diderot) “Decolonial interrogations of the queer canon”. Respondent: Ladan Niayesh (Université Paris Diderot). Click here for further details

2018-2019, past sessions

#session4, Monday 19 November 2018 (17h-19h, ODG 147), Krista Cowman (Lincoln University, UK), “‘The Battle of the Parlour: views of working-class living space in inter-war Britain” (joint session with the research group Histoire du Politique). Respondent: Clarisse Berthezène (Université Paris Diderot). Click here for further details