Lesbian Cultures, Literature, biographies, histories, sexualities, gender performances, lesbian activisms, alliances and ruptures, radical feminisms, identities, ethnicities, historical literature, Motherhood, Worldwide Lesbian and Gay Liberation Movements, Community and Social Activisms, Histories of Sexualities, Queer Readings of Literature And Histories,. The conference organisers welcome proposals for A individual papers, B sessions, C round table discussions, and D workshops. E-mail proposals to lesbian. For further information see our website at www.
18th Annual Lesbian Lives Conference | Feminine Moments - Queer Feminist Art Worldwide
Download the Lesbian Lives conference programme here. Download the book of abstracts. The conference team is very pleased to announce the three confirmed keynote speakers for the conference:. Sara Ahmed works at the intersection of feminist, critical race, postcolonial and queer theory. Her work is concerned with how bodies and worlds take shape; and how power is secured and challenged in everyday life worlds, as well as institutional cultures. Sasha Roseneil Birkbeck As a sociologist Sasha Roseneil is interested in how gender, sexuality and intimate life are changing, and in the role that social movements and feminist and queer politics play in bringing about social and cultural change.
There is a very strong sporting tradition at Trinity; however, in recent years sporting prowess has diminished somewhat with most students engaging in sport for recreational purposes rather than for competitive reasons. The Central Athletic Club is made up of five democratically elected committees who oversee the development of sport in the college: the Executive Committee is responsible for all activities; the Captains' Committee represents the 49 club captains and awards University Colours Pinks , the Pavilion Bar Committee runs the private members' bar, the Pavilion Members' Committee and the Sports Facilities Committee. Dublin University Rifle Club was first founded in however the club under its current format was reconstituted in
Ailbhe Smyth is an Irish academic, feminist and lesbian activist. Ailbhe Smyth received a B. During this time she became increasingly more politically aware and began following the global women's movement which led her to setting up the Women's Study Forum at the beginning of the 's. This was a space where women came together to discuss issues which were affecting them including: work, sex, relationships, childcare, discrimination and violence.