In October 2020 Dr Jen Grove gave a paper at the online workshop “Exhibitionism – Sexuality at the Museum”, organised by The Kinsey Institute, the Wilzig Erotic Art Museum (WEAM), and the Research Center for the Cultural History of Sexuality at Humboldt University in Berlin.
The Blood-red Queen and the Professor: The Sexual Nature of Humans and Ants in Hanns Heinz Ewers’ Ameisen [Ants] (1925)
Dr Ina Linge presented a paper at the 2019 conference of the British Society of Literature and Science at Royal Holloway, University of London. You can find the conference programme here.
Beastly Butterflies: Sexual Nature in Sexology and Modern Dance
Dr Ina Linge gave a paper at the Beastly Modernism conference in Glasgow. This international conference discussed the animal turn in modernist studies. You can find out more about the conference here.
Narrating Human-animal Sexual Nature around 1920: Richard Goldschmidt, Magnus Hirschfeld and Hanns Heinz Ewers
Dr Ina Linge was invited to give a talk at the workshop ‘Narrative Science in Techno-environments: Integrating History of Science with Environmental History and Humanities’, a two-day interdisciplinary workshop that took place at the LSE over the 18th-19th of July 2019. You can find out more about the workshop here.
The future is older people: sexual ageism and the history of medicine as public health intervention
In December 2019 PhD student Kazuki Yamada took part in the Cultural Studies Association of Australia 2019 Conference at the University of Queensland. Kazuki’s paper was on ‘The future is older people: sexual ageism and the history of medicine as public health intervention’.
Transformations: Co-Producing a youth-led exhibition on Gender Identity and Sexual Science
In June 2019 Jen Grove gave a paper at Queering Memory: LGBT+ Archives, Libraries, Museums, and Special Collections Conference in Berlin.
Sex in America
In June 2019 Sarah Jones and Jen Grove took part in a panel on “Sex in America” at the Historians of the 20th United States Annual Conference.
A history of the present: Sexual temporalities at the rise of sexology and gerontology
Kazuki Yamada presented ‘‘A history of the present: Sexual temporalities at the rise of sexology and gerontology’ at the QUEX International Symposium 2019, University of Queensland, July 2019.
“A kind of homesickness for the state of the ovum”: Sex, ageing and death in the cellular ecosystems of the fin de siècle (1870-1930)
Kazuki Yamada presented at the project’s Sex and Nature:1800-2018 in June 2019. The paper was titled ‘”A kind of homesickness for the state of the ovum”: Sex, ageing and death in the cellular ecosystems of the fin de siècle (1870-1930)’.
Response to: Feeling Technology: The Significance of Empathy Robots
At the Technosomata conference at the University of Exeter in June 2019 Kazuki Yamada was invited to give a response to Margrit Shildrick’s ‘Feeling Technology: The Significance of Empathy Robots’.