[ 24 April 2013; 11:00 to 16:00. ] What does gender mean in an age defined by post-feminist ideologies, and in cultures that have been ‘sexualised’? Women may have been gaining economic, social and cultural entitlements in recent years, but post-Fordist economies continue to exploit gender inequalities. And whilst a variety of ‘new femininities’ have promised freedoms and opportunities, they have also articulated [...]
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[ 27 March 2013; 18:30 to 20:30. ] Presented in association with Iniva, the fourth and final event in the Centre for Cultural Studies Research seminar series Culture & Polity explores the question of public policy. As the government’s austerity drive continues to whittle away arts funding while ministers question the very value of the arts, how should artists and arts bodies respond? [...]
The New Research in Cultural Studies 3 seminar took place yesterday and was a well-attended and thought-provoking event. An audio recording of Nicola Samson’s and Madeline Clements’ papers and the discussions they stimulated is here New Research In Cultural Studies 3
[ 19 October 2010; 18:00; ] Professor Maggie Humm of CCSR has been invited to give the opening talk: ‘The 1930s, Photography and Virginia Woolf’s Flush’ in The Photographers’ Gallery London new series: ‘Writing Photography’. The series is in collaboration with the Journal of Photography and Culture with journal authors speaking about their articles and research.
[ 22 August 2010; 11:00; ] CCSR co-director Professor Maggie Humm has been invited to speak at the Edinburgh International Book Festival 2010