Centre for Transforming Sexuality and Gender

Online CORE TSG University of Brighton 01/07/21 2-4 pm BST Modern Queer Heroes life drawing class

Come and join us for a fun and informal life drawing event based on the theme of Modern Queer Heroes. This is a Zoom event on 2– 4pm 1st July.  Places are limited. Details will be sent after registration. Register via Eventbrite This event is based on the animation Modern Queer Heroes.  Each pose will…

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Online CORE TSG University of Brighton 09/07/21 4-5:30 pm BST Transforming LGBTQ Psychology: Past, Present & Future Directions

Psychology’s approach to gender and sexual diversity has undergone dramatic and necessary changes – from issues of pathology to affirmation. Join the University of Brighton’s Centre for Transforming Sexuality and Gender (CTSG)  Zoom Event and key scholars, therapists and activists in the area to discuss and reflect on these changes from a UK perspective. This…

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Online CORE TSG University of Brighton 01/06/21 3pm LGBTQ Intergenerational Histories and Solidarity

A conversation with Sarah Schulman, Ted Brown and Dan Glass Brighton Centre for Transforming Sexuality and Gender – Online event via Zoom About this event Join Sarah Schulman, Ted Brown and Dan Glass for a conversation about LGBTQ activist history, cross-generational care and solidarity. We will look at how activist histories are made, how we…

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CORE TSG We’re launching the CTSG scholarship fundraising campaign

A post graduate scholarship to promote gender diversity in Higher Education and society. We’re launching the CTSG scholarship fundraising campaign. Here is the link: https://spsr.me/dgWY   Transforming sexuality and gender research, supporting the next generation researchers At the University of Brighton’s Centre for Transforming Sexuality and Gender (CTSG) we believe not just in actively involving participants…

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CORE TSG Dissertation Prize Winner 2020 Interview – Daisy Behagg ‘How can mental health nursing practices be adjusted to improve mental health outcomes for trans and gender non conforming young people’

Brighton graduate and 2020 CTSG Student Prize winner Daisy Behagg talks to Dr Laura Harvey about their dissertation ‘How can mental health nursing practices be adjusted to improve mental health outcomes for trans and gender non conforming young people’ and what it was like to do the research.

CORE TSG Undergraduate Research Placement Opportunity with the Centre for Transforming Sexuality and Gender

Dr Olu Jenzen (School of Media) is working on a project to explore the representation of transgender youth in British media. We are seeking an undergraduate student  (L5 or L6) who is keen to gain research experience by supporting this research project.  The project will involve mapping British news reporting and other UK media representations of trans and gender expanding youth, to unpick themes, rhetoric and language used to depict…

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Online CORE TSG University of Brighton 22/04/21 5pm Open Bodies, Closed Subjects: Medical Attention and Queer Identity

You are invited to join the Centre for Transforming Sexuality and Gender (CORE TSG) University of Brighton for a free lecture from Dr GerShun Avilez. 22nd April, 2021 – 5pm UK BST via ZOOM  Register or book your ticket via  Eventbright Description In this talk, Avilez explores how medical attention can define and control queer…

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21 Spring programme of events

CTSG SPRING PROGRAMME

Online CORE TSG & DMC University of Brighton 31/03/21 Day Symposium Studying digital vulnerabilities, violence and resistance: methodological challenges and epistemological dilemmas in gender and sexualities

This online event is free. To register for the symposium or just the keynote, please register via Eventbright or email:  Karen Gainsford A Centre for Transforming Sexuality and Gender and Centre for Digital Media Cultures  symposium on Studying digital vulnerabilities, violence and resistance: methodological challenges and epistemological dilemmas in gender and sexualities. Keynote by Dr…

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Online CORE TSG University of Brighton 21/01/21 5-7pm Lecture & Q/A with Ela Pryzbylo An Expanded Erotic: Ace and Aro feels for the end of an era

Online CORE TSG University of Brighton 21/01/21 5-7pm Lecture & Q/A on MS TEAMS with Ela Pryzbylo An Expanded Erotic: Ace and Aro feels for the end of an era Can be booked either by emailing Karen Gainsford via eventbright  via: Link 

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