A day long symposium ‘Memory Gender and Change in China’ organised by WAGNet (Women and Gender in Chinese Studies Network) with the support of the Confucius Institute for Scotland took place on 11 September. Podcasts of the three panel sessions which addressed themes as shown below, are now available. Scroll down to access.
- New wave feminism
- LGBT communities
- Campaigns against violence against women
- Dating and violence
- Reproductive cultures
- Technologies of intimacy
- Politics of photographic representation of the female body
- Socialist masculinities
- Men’s role in family planning and contraception
- Transnational feminist organizing
Moderator: Prof Fiona Moore
Dr. Alison Hardie, University of Leeds
Dr. Wu Shengqing, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology
Dr. Xuelei Huang, University of Edinburgh
Dr. Francesca Bray, University of Edinburgh.
Moderator: Prof. Francesca Bray, University of Edinburgh
Dr. Wang Xiangxian, Sociology, Tianjin Normal University
Prof. Fiona Moore, Royal Holloway, University of London
Dr. Wang Xiying, Beijing Normal University;
Dr. Derek Hird, University of Westminster.
WAgnet conference Panel 3:
From global to local: reflections 20 years after the UN Fourth World Conference on Women
Moderator: Dr. Xuelei Huang, University of Edinburgh
Feng Yuan, Media Monitor Network for Women and Shantou University
Dr. Robin Runge, George Washington University Law School
Dr. Wei Wei, East China Normal University
Dr. Sophia Woodman, University of Edinburgh (Local Organiser)
For more information on WAGNet please visit their website here.