Join Queer Intersections Oxford on Tuesday 9 November at 12pm for its inaugural Research Lunch, which will be taking place in the Seminar Room on the 3rd floor of the Radcliffe Humanities building.
The QIO Research Lunches allow scholars to share their work with peers in a warm, encouraging, and relaxed environment. Each Research Lunch will host two or three speakers. Each speaker will have 15 minutes to present their research. After all speakers have presented, there will be an open discussion. We will be hearing from three speakers:
Eliott Rose (Oxford, he/him)
'Bad Gays: Homonormative Conformity in the History of HIV'
Dr Francesca Romana Ammaturo (Roehampton, she/her)
'Rural Queer Studies in Europe: The Importance of Understanding LGBTQI+ Lives and Experiences beyond the City'
Christina Pao (Oxford, any pronouns)
'Queering the Census: Sociodemographic Considerations in Adding or Changing Questions on Gender and Sexuality'
Sandwiches and soft drinks will be provided.
This event will be held in person, in the Seminar Room on the 3rd floor of the Radcliffe Humanities building. There is level access into and around the building. The secure entrance door is powered. There is lift access to all floors. There are wheelchair accessible toilets on all floors of the building. There are designated Blue Badge parking spaces next to the entrance; please contact the department in advance to book a space. There are induction loops on the reception desk and in the seminar and lecture rooms.
Queer Intersections Oxford, TORCH Networks