Avril 2018
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Gendergeschiedenisdag (Atria)
13/04/2018
Amsterdam
13
1415
Heather Tucker - Nyaanyo, courageous sisters, and the ngo: an etnography of queer women and transnationalisation in Accra, Ghana (CRCG, UGent)
16/04/2018
Gent
16
The Cognitive Objectification of Men: When and Why Male Bodies Are Perceived Similarly to Objects? (Les Midis de Striges, ULB)
17/04/2018
Bruxelles
17
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Afro-féminismes et féminismes musulmans: des luttes en miroir?
20/04/2018
Bruxelles
20
Afro-féminismes et féminismes musulmans: Perspectives critiques, enjeux et pratiques
21/04/2018
Bruxelles
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Bronwyn Davies - New Materialism and Difference (Doctoral Schools Specialist Course, UGent)
23/04/2018 - 26/04/2018
Gent
Jiahui Shan - Representing women? A locally situated interpretation of the ACWF (RHEA, VUB)
23/04/2018
Brussel
23
Bronwyn Davies - New Materialism and Difference (Doctoral Schools Specialist Course, UGent)
23/04/2018 - 26/04/2018
Gent
Les parcours trans': enjeux de santé et de sexualité (Séminaire Santé et Sexualités - Quand la médecine croise l'intime: nouvelles normes et enjeux contemporains)
24/04/2018
Bruxelles
Sophia Evening on Online Activism with Sally Munt
24/04/2018
Brussels
Le traitement médiatique des violences faites aux femmes (Université des Femmes)
24/04/2018
Bruxelles
Baromètre Diversité & Égalité (CSA)
24/04/2018
Bruxelles
24
Bronwyn Davies - New Materialism and Difference (Doctoral Schools Specialist Course, UGent)
23/04/2018 - 26/04/2018
Gent
5th Anniversary DiGeSt
25/04/2018
Gent
25
Bronwyn Davies - New Materialism and Difference (Doctoral Schools Specialist Course, UGent)
23/04/2018 - 26/04/2018
Gent
KASKlezing Christine Eyene (KASK)
26/04/2018
Gent
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Peter Hegarty (Chaire Suzanne Tassier-Charlier ULB)

19/02/2018 - 20/02/2018

 

PETER HEGARTY, professeur de psychologie à l'Université du Surrey, proposera cinq conférences sur la thématique de la Psychologie du Genre et de la Sexualité dans le cadre de la CHAIRE TASSIER, une chaire interfacultaire qui finance sur une base bisannuelle l'invitation de prestigieux spécialistes internationaux des questions liées aux études de genre. Les conférences sont ouvertes à toutes et tous et dispensées en anglais.

La séance d'ouverture aura lieu le 5 DÉCEMBRE 2017 et sera suivie d'un
drink. Veillez donc à vous y inscrire préalablement (en envoyant un
courriel à Chaire.Tassier@ulb.ac.be). Voici également toutes les
informations pratiques (pdf)


Détails des conférences/cours:

1. DISMANTLING THE GENDER BINARY NORM. International human rights
bodies increasingly agree that the medical treatment of people born with intersex characteristics infringes bodily integrity. In this lecture
Peter Hegarty examines the history of social science thinking about the
gender binary norm and the importance of making that thinking explicit
in social science that examines the bioethical questions raised by
medical treatment of intersex bodies.

2. IMPLICIT NORMS AND THE GENDER OF MARKING. In this lecture Peter
Hegarty revisits classic work in psycholingusitics on masculine generics
to place his more recent work on explanatory focus and order effects in
context. This lecture examines the stakes for feminist psychology in
understanding cognition as a process of sense-making or information
processing.

3. CHANGING GENDER NORMS OVER TIME/ENGAGING THE PUBLIC. Drawing on his work on the farming effects of UK lads mags on the expression of hostile sexism, this lecture examines changing constructions of masculinity in the past generation. This lecture critiques nature/nurture debates in psychology to argue that psychological being is situated in historical time.

4. LGB PSYCHOLOGY CHANGING HISTORY. The emergence of LGB psychology is one of the most successful _impactful_developments that universalized a particular view in modern psychology. Hegarty reviews this history here,
drawing on his 2017 book, _A recent history of lesbian and gay
psychology: Form homophobia to LGBT _to argue that we are all LGBT
psychologists now.

5. MARKING IN HISTORY; Revisiting earlier work from his 2013 book
_Gentlemen's Disagreement, _this concluding lecture examines how to
write critically about the history of psychology with optimism about
what psychology might become in the near future.

PETER HEGARTY is Professor of Psychology at the University of Surrey,
UK. He is the author of _Gentlemen's Disagreement: Alfred Kinsey,
Lewis Terman and the Sexual Politics of Smart Men _(Chicago, 2013) and
_A Recent History of Lesbian and Gay Psychology: From Homophobia to
LGBT_ (Routledge, 2017).

Chaire Suzanne Tassier-Charlier:
http://msh.ulb.ac.be/equipes/striges/?sub=chaire-tassier  

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