Conference "Past and Present of Radical Sexual Politics"
Fifth meeting in the series "Socialism and Sexuality"
University of Amsterdam, 3-4 October 2003.
Attending the conference
For those who do not give a paper, please let us know if you want to participate and which days, email/phone: below
Friday, Oct 3rd
Location: CREA building, Muziekzaal, Turfdraagsterspad 17
10.20 Rene Scherer (Paris) "Charles Fourier et les ralliements d'amour" (in French, with translation) or the sexual utopia of this early socialist.
10.40 Judy Greenway (University of East London): 'Together we will make a new world': sexual and political utopianism
11.00 Judit Takacs (Budapest): Kertbeny's ambiguous identities.
11.20 coffee break
11.40 J. Edgar Bauer (Heidelberg): Magnus Hirschfeld's Doctrine of Sexual Intermediaries and the Transgender Politics of Identity
12.00 Dan Healey (Swansea): Bolshevik Medicine and the Sexual Revolution
12.20 Maria Kyriakidou (American College of Thessaloniki): Female bodies, sexuality and leftist feminism: the 'personal as political' in inter-war Greece
12.40 David Berry (Loughborough University, UK): Daniel Guerin's engagement with sexology and the gay movement
14.00 Lena Lennerhed (Sodertorn University College, Sweden): The Pursuit of Pleasure. Sexual Liberalism is Sweden in the 1960's.
14.20 Saskia Poldervaart (University of Amsterdam, Gender Studies) The history of the communal movement in the Netherlands and its sexual politics.
14.40 Lucy Robinson (Sussex): Carnival of the Oppressed: The Angry Brigade and the Gay Liberation Front
15.00 Stephane Garneri (Montpellier): Republicans and Democrats (USA) on sexual orientation politics
15.20 tea break
15.40 Daniel Borrillo (Paris): Le pacs, les socialistes français et les homosexuels
16.00 Jan Willem Duyvendak (University of Amsterdam): Comments
16.20 General discussion.
Saturday, October 4th
Location: Oudemanhuispoort, room A 009
10.20 Monika Pisankaneva (Sofia): The Forbidden Fruit: Sexuality in Communist Bulgaria.
10.40 José Fernando Serrano Amaya (Universidad Central, Bogotá and University of Bradford,UK): Body and conflict in Colombia: reflections on a political practice
11.00 Gert Hekma (University of Amsterdam): The disappearance of sexual radicalism in The Netherlands
11.20 coffee break
11.40 Jamie Heckert (University of Edinburgh): Towards Consenting Relations: Anarchism and Sexuality
12.00 Paul Reynolds (Edge Hill College) Marxism and the Politics of Sexuality: Critical Engagements
12.20 Mark Blasius (City University of New York): The new sexual movements
12.40 Final discussion
Lunch for those want to discuss the future of the network "Socialism and Sexuality". Place to be announced.
Gay and Lesbian Studies
Sociology and Anthropology
University of Amsterdam
Oudezijds Achterburgwal 185
1012 DK Amsterdam
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