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Sexuality Summer School: Why Be Normal?

07 Apr 2017

The Public Events Programme from 22 to 26 May is now confirmed

Sexuality Summer School

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, School of Arts, Languages and Cultures Graduate School

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.

Venue: HOME

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

Wednesday 24th 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

Thursday 25th May

7.30pm Performance (buy tickets through,  concessions available)

Scorch (Stacey Gregg) – Also showing Tuesday 23rd, Wednesday 24th, and Friday 26th

Venue: Contact Theatre

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