Sexuality Summer School (22nd – 26th May 2017): Why Be Normal?
Our Public Events Programme is now confirmed!
All Welcome. Student Prices available.
Monday 22nd May
12-2pm Public Lecture (free, no tickets required)
Robyn Wiegman (Duke) in discussion with Clare Hemmings (LSE): “The Problem with Heteronormativity”
Venue: Conference Room, SALC Graduate School, University of Manchester
6-8.30pm Film Screening (buy tickets through , concessions available)
By Hook or By Crook (Harry Dodge and Silas Howard, 2001).
Followed by Roundtable with Monica Pearl (Manchester), Jackie Stacey (Manchester) and Sophie Mayer.
Tuesday 23rd May
12.30-2pm Public Lecture (free, no tickets required)
Laura Doan (Manchester): “Inventing Normal Sex: An Un/natural History”
Venue: People’s History Museum
8-9.30 pm Performance Lecture (free, more information on how to book soon)
Holly Hughes (STAMPS): “Dyke Interrupted”
Venue: John Thaw Studio Theatre, Martin Harris Centre, University of Manchester
Thursday 25th May
4-6pm Performance Dialogue (free, no tickets required)
Brian Lobel (Chichester) and Liz Carr: “Normality: What is it good for?”
Venue: Manchester Royal Infirmary UG Lecture Theatre 1
7.30pm Performance (buy tickets through http://www.contactmcr.com/scorch, concessions available)
Scorch (Stacey Gregg) – Also showing Tuesday 23rd, Wednesday 24th, and Friday 26th
Venue: Contact Theatre
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