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The conference will be opened by University of Kent Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Karen Cox, who also acts at the Executive Group’s LGBT Champion.Topics include literary and cinematic representations of homosexuality, transsexuality in mental health care and the legal system, and the decolonization of sexuality, from students and academics from a range of schools and disciplines, as well as external partners.of Kent and co-chair of the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Lesbian and Gay Studies Caucus.To date, Declan has published several essays, book chapters, and book reviews in publications such as the skillfully traces the development of modern ideas of masculinity and the political subject back to the mid-eighteenth-century period in Britain to show how the emergence of political agency in Western modernity was shaped by anti-effeminate ideas and beliefs.
If you would like to do a talk (30 minutes) or display a poster, please email [email protected] by Monday 15 January. Regards, Kasia Senyszyn LGBT Staff Network =============== A mini conference was held on Wednesday 22 February 2017 to showcase the vast array of research being undertaken at Kent on or related to LGBT people and issues.
We strongly suggest you register online to confirm your place by Monday 5 February.
The conference, which forms part of the University’s LGBT History Month celebrations, is to showcase the vast array of excellent research being done on or related to LGBT people and issues, and to encourage multi-disciplinary collaboration and networking.
This monograph is the first to consider how the discourse of effeminacy took shape across the domains of eighteenth-century political life, literary culture, and the aesthetic.
It draws upon a vast range of sources, including Charles Churchill’s poetry, John Wilkes's satire, essay sheets by Tobias Smollett and Arthur Murphy, and Edmund Burke's early writings on aesthetics and politics.