This conference seeks to bring together studies of gender and political culture, by focusing upon the commonplace identification of the public political realm with masculinity. The "separate spheres" narrative has been much critiqued in recent years, but much work remains to be done if we are to understand the complex nature of men's association with politics. Papers exploring any aspect of British politics, citizenship or "public life" in relation to gender will be welcome. The event will be held at St. Anselm's Hall at the University of Manchester on 15-16 July 2004.
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