Recent conference papers by doctoral students

  • Rosie Nelson presented 'Bisexuality: Issues in Higher Education', at the LGBTQ+ Inclusivity in Higher Education Conference, Swansea University, September 2017  
  • Rosie Nelson presented “Bi the way: Bisexuality's theoretical potential in feminist academia’ at the Gender and Feminisms at Bristol conference, Bristol, July 2017
  • Rosie Nelson presented 'It was like a lightswitch’: British perceptions of Realising and Voicing Queerness' at Gendered Voices, Bristol, May 2017
  • Rosie Nelson presented on the topic of ‘Monosexism and the Bisexual body’ at the Talking Bodies conference in May 2017
  • Karen Desborough gave a paper at the Gender & Digital Cultures Conference, Cardiff University, November 2016
  • Rosie Walters presented her paper, 'Reflections on Reaching out to Policy Audiences with Research on Gender and Islamophobia in the Media' at the South West Doctoral Training Centre's annual Student Conference in Exeter, November 2016
  • Karen Desborough presented her work at the Public Sexual Harassment of Women: Impacts, Activism & Justice Symposium, London Metropolitan University, 11 October 2016
  • Rosie Walters presented her paper 'Relinquishing Control in Focus Groups: The Use of Activities in Feminist Research with Young People to Improve Moderator Performance' at the Nordic Summer School on Creative Methods in Girlhood Studies and Girl Work in Helsinki, August 2016
  • Laura Lyddon, 'Here come the girls: The rise of women in the arms trade,' presented at he European International Studies Association Annual Conference at Giardini Naxos in Sicily, September 2015.
  • Laura Lyddon, 'Gender and problematic conceptual separations in the international arms control discourse,' presented at he European International Studies Association Annual Conference at Giardini Naxos in Sicily, September 2015.
  • Karen Desborough and Jutta Weldes, 'Combatting Insecurity in the Everyday: The Global Anti-Street Harassment Movement,' presented at the 'Everyday Insecurities and Vulnerabilities' workshop, University of Glasgow, 30 April-1 May 2015. 
  • Carver, Natasha (2015) '"For Her Protection and Benefit": The Regulation of Marriage-Related Migration to the UK,' paper presented at the conference on 'Migration Law and Family RElations,' VU University Amsterdam, 30-31 March 2015.  
  • Jester, Natalie (2014) 'Toys, Teams and Toughness: a Comparative Perspective on Army Recruitment Video Advertising,' paper presented at the Global Insecurities Centre conference on 'Networks and Remoteness,' University of Bristol, 21-22 November 2014.
  • Reeves, Audrey (2014) ‘Remembering the Dead, Entertaining the Living: Narratives of Civilization and World Order in American Militarised Ship-Museums’, paper presented at the International Political Science Association’s 23rd World Congress of Political Science, 19-24 July 2014, Montreal, Canada.
  • Reeves, Audrey (2014) ‘Pleasurable War? Sensorial Experiences in American War Museums and the Commodification of Wartime Heritage’ presented at the International Interdisciplinary Conference Sensing War: War, Violence, Militarism, Bodies, Sensation, London, UK, 12-13 June 2014.
  • Reeves, Audrey (2014) ‘Beaches, Bases, and Battleships: A Semiotics of Militourism in Hawaii’, paper presented at the International Studies Association 55th Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada, 26-29 March 2014.
  • Reeves, Audrey (2013) ‘Got Freedom? Narratives of Civilisation and World Order in American War Museums’, paper presented at the Millennium: Journal of International Studies Annual Conference 2013, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), London, UK, 19-20 October 2013.
  • Reeves, Audrey (2013) ‘State-Building and State Penetration: The Masculinised Metaphors of Post-Conflict Intervention’ paper presented at the International Workshop Gendered Insecurities: Identity, Sexuality, and Global Responses to Violent Conflict, University of Bristol, Bristol, UK, 3-4 October 2013.
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