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Location: BS.3.24
Manchester Metropolitan University Building: Business School, Third Floor, North Atrium Oxford Road
Date: Wednesday, 21/Aug/2019
RN23_01a: De-colonizing sexual knowledge
Location: BS.3.24
Chair: Chiara Bertone, University of Eastern Piedmont

Decolonizing the Boomerang Effect in Global Queer Politics: A New Critical Framework for Sociological Analysis of Human Rights Contestation

Matthew Waites

University of Glasgow, United Kingdom

Homonationalist values? A comparison between European countries over time.

Leon Freude, Màrius Domínguez i Amoròs, Núria Vergés Bosch

Universitat de Barcelona, Spain

Universality of "The Summer of Sangaile": Cinematographic Causes and Transnational Effects

Jorune Linkeviciute

Sciences Po, France

RN23_02a: Negotiating sexual identities
Location: BS.3.24
Chair: Francesca Stella, University of Glasgow

Iranian Gayness and Its Origins: A Survey on The Process of Gayness Production in The Iranian Context

Mohammad Naeimi

Verona University, Italy

Male and Female Ways to Understand and Articulate One’s Own Sexuality (on Biographical Stories of Russian Non-heterosexual People)

Polina Kislitsyna

European University at St.Petersburg, Russian Federation

Strategic usage of sexual identity labels in mainland China and Hong Kong

Yiu-tung Suen

Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)

Non-Cis* Citizens and Border Crossings: The Effects of the Heteronormative Gender Regimes on Practices of Border Controls and Border Crossing by Non-Cis Individuals

Verena Molitor

Bielefeld University, Germany

RN23_03a: LGBTQI+ intersectional experiences
Location: BS.3.24
Chair: Judit Takacs, Centre for Social Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Language, social networks and belonging among East European LGBT migrants in Scotland

Francesca Stella, Gawlewicz Anna

University of Glasgow, United Kingdom

Queering the Glass Ceiling: lgbtqi+ discrimination in the workplace in Portugal

Ana-Cristina Santos, Rita Alcaire

Centre for Social Studies - UC, Portugal

Discussing and Theorising the Conceptual Gap between LGBTTIQ- Identities and Community-Belonging on the Example of LGBTTIQ Police Officers

Tatiana Zimenkova1, Verena Molitor2

1: Rhein-Waal-University of Applied Sciences, Germany; 2: Bielefeld University, Germany

Gender, Ethnic and Religious Identity Experience among LGBTQ Muslim Youth in the Philippine

Crisanto Quinos Regadio. Jr.1,7, Jethro Orejana Cristobal2, Mariane Amor Romina Torralba Abuan3, Shareen Usman Hayudini4, Jessreel A Rovera5, Carl Julius Dee Tan4, Julia Maria Teresa Bautista Javier6

1: Behavioral Sciences Department, College of Liberal Arts, De La Salle University-Manila, Philippines; 2: Psychology Department, College of Liberal Arts, De La Salle University-Manila, Philippines; 3: Literature Department, College of Liberal Arts, De La Salle University-Manila, Philippines; 4: Ateneo de Zamboanga University; 5: 51 Talk Philippines; 6: Integrated School, De La Salle University-Manila, Philippines; 7: Social Development Research Center, De La Salle-University, Manila, Philippines

RN23_04a: Spaces of sexuality
Location: BS.3.24
Chair: Jacqui Gabb, The Open University

‘We’re Not Asking For A Palace, Just A Safe Space’: The Intersections Of Sexuality, Space And ‘Refugeeness’ In The Lives Of LGBTQI* Refugees

Nina Held

University of Sussex, United Kingdom

LGBTQ+ Social Housing Residents – extending the locations of sexual citizenship

Andrew Douglas King

University of Surrey, United Kingdom

Social Spaces of Gay Men in Switzerland

Nadine Kaeser, Carlo Fabian, Riccarda Neff

Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz, Switzerland

“I’m Not Who They Expect”: Hearing Trans People Navigate The Obstacles And Challenges Of Homelessness

Edith Amy England

Cardiff University, United Kingdom

Supporting Young LGBT+ People’s Sense Of Belonging And Wellbeing: Contrasting Experiences From England And Sweden

Eleanor Formby1, Jo Woodiwiss2

1: Sheffield Hallam Unversity, United Kingdom; 2: University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom

Date: Thursday, 22/Aug/2019
RN23_05a: Sexual citizenship: Current challenges
Location: BS.3.24
Chair: Roman Kuhar, University of Ljubljana

A common European identity through LGBTI rights?

Laura Eigenmann

Universität Basel, Switzerland

Entitlement to Marriage, Entitlement to Fully-Recognised Family Membership and Citizenship: Discussion on Taiwan’s Case of Same-Sex Union Legislation

Wei-Yun Chung

National University of Singapore, Singapore

Rethinking Sexual Citizenship: Embodying A Model That Includes People With Learning Disabilities.

Ruth Garbutt

University of Leeds, United Kingdom

What’s Queer Got to Do with it? Queernormativity & Heterobrasilidade in Brazil’s QueerMuseu

Steven Fred Butterman

University of Miami, United States of America

RN23_06: Theorizing materialism and the human in sexuality
Location: BS.3.24
Chair: Diane Richardson, Newcastle University

Queer Materialism: Approaches from New and Historical Materialisms

Mathias Klitgård

University of Stavanger, Norway

Mapping Affective Capacities: Gender and Sexuality in Relationship and Sex Counselling Practices

Marjo Kolehmainen

Tampere University, Finland

New Materialist Feminist Perspectives on Sex Robots

Tanja Kubes

TU Munich, Germany

Artificial Intimacy: Making the Human / Making the Robotic

Mark Benjamin Bibbert

University of Kassel, Germany

RN23_07: Interrogating monogamy
Location: BS.3.24
Chair: Ana-Cristina Santos, Centre for Social Studies - UC

Bisexual Feminism, Anti-Monogamy and the Politics of Erotic Autonomy

Christian Klesse

Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom

Compulsary Monogamy in the Law and in the Courthouse

Leehee Rothschild

Manchester Metropolitan University, Israel

Many Loves, New Challenges? Exploring Affective Consensual Non-Monogamies in Italy.

Nicole Braida1,2

1: Università degli studi di Torino, Italy; 2: Università degli studi di Milano, Italy

Alternative Family Life in Canada: Case Studies of Five Polyamorous Families

Charity Smith

Alice Salomon Hochschule, Berlin Germany

RN23_08: Relationship practices and the everyday
Location: BS.3.24
Chair: Christian Klesse, Manchester Metropolitan University

Researching LGBTQ Parenthood: Conceptual and Methodological Tensions

Jacqui Gabb1, Katherine Allen2

1: The Open University, United Kingdom; 2: Virginia Tech, USA

Heteronormativity and Openness about Same-Sex Coupledom

Dora Jandric

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

LGBTIQ break-ups in Finland

Annukka Lahti1, Marjo Kolehmainen2

1: University of Jyväskylä, Finland; 2: University of Tampere, Finland

Paradoxical Family Practices: LGBTQ+ Youth, Mental Health and Wellbeing

Elizabeth McDermott1, Jacqui Gabb2, Rachael Eastham3, Ali Hanbury4

1: Lancaster University, United Kingdom; 2: Open University; 3: Lancaster University; 4: The Proud Trust

RN23_BM: RN23 Business Meeting
Location: BS.3.24
Chair: Chiara Bertone, University of Eastern Piedmont
Date: Friday, 23/Aug/2019
RN23_09: Pedagogies of sexuality
Location: BS.3.24
Chair: Eleanor Formby, Sheffield Hallam Unversity

Trans* 'Escrevivências' as power

Alfrancio Ferreira Dias

Federal University of Sergipe, Brazil

Can Porn Literacy Mitigate Undesired Effects Of Mainstream Pornography?

Marina F. Thomas

Radboud University, Netherlands, The

Talking About Contemporary Art And Sexuality In Prison: Which Pedagogies For An Emancipatory And Inclusive Conversation?

Mikaela Assolent

Loughborough University, United Kingdom

Teachers' Experiences of Delivering RSE Programme in Irish Second Level Schools

Mel Duffy, Maria Feeney, Anne Lodge

Dublin City University, Ireland

RN23_10: Sexual Health: Negotiating therapeutic imperatives
Location: BS.3.24
Chair: Andrew Douglas King, University of Surrey

Sex and Sexuality in Later Life: the More the Healthier?

Ieva Stoncikaite

U of Lleida, Spain

The Sexual Politics of Healthy Families. Healthist Framings in the Struggles over Parenting outside Heterosexuality in Italy.

Chiara Bertone

University of Eastern Piedmont, Italy

‘Prep Is A Chemical Condom’: Narratives Of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis For HIV Among Barebackers And Bugchasers

Jaime Garcia Iglesias

The University of Manchester, United Kingdom

Realizing Sexuality by Preventing Sexuality – The Case of Non-Offending Pedophils

Folke Brodersen

TU Berlin, Germany

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