NGender First Annual Conference

We’re delighted to announce that on Tuesday 13th May 2014 at the University of Sussex, NGender will host its first annual conference.

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About

NGender has been running as a seminar series during the Spring term at Sussex for 5 years, and we are pleased to build on this success by launching the first NGender conference.  Generously supported by the Department of Anthropology, the Department of Sociology, the School of Education and Social Work, the Sussex Centre for Cultural Studies, and the Centre for the Study Sexual Dissidence. This inaugural conference will bring together gender researchers from across the University of Sussex.

As well as offering the opportunity for new interdisciplinary links between researchers, this conference aims to promote the diverse, exciting, and original work being carried out in areas relating to sexuality and gender across departments and schools.

Conference Programme

The conference programme is online now for you to view, we’ve got some truly brilliant speakers lined up – it’s going to be an unmissable day!

Conference Registration

**Update 5th May 2014 – A handful of places remain for the conference and registration is now open to anyone, regardless of whether you are a Sussex Postgrad**

You can register to attend the NGender conference for free!

As well as great speakers, we’ll be providing a light lunch, refreshments and a wine reception at the end of the day

Places are limited so if you want to come, please register today!

Simply download and complete the Ngender Conference Registration Form and email the completed form to ngender@sussex.ac.uk

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