3rd Sexuality Summer School at the University of Manchester
24th – 27th May 2010
Registration now open
This annual Summer School is open to all postgraduates with an interest in debates about the study of sexuality. This year?s event will have a particular focus on questions of feeling, emotion, and affect within queer studies. Applications are welcome from Doctoral and Masters? level students from any university, as well as third-year undergraduates interested in taking the MA in Gender, Sexuality and Culture at the University of Manchester.
Places limited to 40, so book early to avoid disappointment.
Early bird registration fee: £50 (until March 29th)
Full Fee: £75
Registration closes April 30th
The Sexuality Summer School aims to offer an interdisciplinary postgraduate experience with a difference. Organized by the Centre for the Study of Sexuality and Culture (CSSC) at the University of Manchester, in conjunction with the Queer up North International Arts Festival, it includes: workshops, screenings, public lectures, Q and A with performers, intensive small group study and student-led discussions, as well as opportunities to attend some discounted QuN events.
Public Lectures (with Queer up North)
5pm in Lecture Theatre A, University Place, Oxford Road
Monday May 24th
(Co-sponsored with the Research Institute for Cosmopolitan Cultures, RICC)
David Eng (UPenn): “The Queer Space of China”
Tuesday May 25th
Mandy Merck (Royal Holloway, London): “Screen Tests: Andy Warhol Films Susan Sontag”
Thursday May 27th
Richard Dyer (Kings College London): “The Angel’s Song: What about Queer Music?”