Upcoming Events

These are the places that you catch me over the upcoming months:

  • Wednesday 11th October, Charles Street 12.2.19 Sheffield Hallam University: Toilets, Gender and Queer Crip Politics. Genders Network Meeting: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/genders-network-october-meeting-tickets-38038758952

  • Monday 6th November, Workstation, Sheffield: Whose Body? Whose Space? Film Screening and Discussion (part of ESRC Festival of Social Science): https://aroundthetoilet.wordpress.com/2017/09/27/whose-body-whose-space-film-screening-and-discussion/

  • Tuesday 7th November, Crucible Theatre, Sheffield: Approaches to Supporting LGBT Young People (part of ESRC Festival of Social Science): https://www.eventbrite.com/e/approaches-to-supporting-lgbt-young-people-tickets-35628840822

  • Thursday 9th November, Brian Jackson House, Huddersfield:  Supporting LGBT Young People: Exploring Approaches (part of ESRC Festival of Social Science): https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/supporting-lgbt-young-people-exploring-approaches-tickets-35508210012

  • Thursday 7th December, (room tbc) Sheffield Hallam University: Toilet Roundtable: Conversations about Gender, Disability and Access (more info coming soon)

Exciting things happening in Sheffield!

Things seem exciting currently in the world of Disability Studies in Sheffield. We have a lovely PhD student community who are busy-ing away organising exciting reading groups and events. Keep an eye on the Disability Research Forum (sign up on the right hand side) or follow @shudisability where we’ll be sure to keep you up to date with things happening in Sheffield (and beyond!)

You can also keep an eye on the Around the Toilet blog where we have a growing list of screenings of our new animated film, The Toilet.

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