Viral Masculinities – Programme

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

The programme below is currently provisional. Further details, including names of all speakers and titles of presentations will be added in due course.

Tuesday , 1 September

9.00–9.30: REGISTRATION & ARRIVAL COFFEE

9.30–9.45: WELCOME & OPENING REMARKS

João Florêncio (University of Exeter, UK)

9.45–11.15: KEYNOTE LECTURE

JOHN MERCER (Birmingham City University, UK)

11.15–11.30: COFFEE BREAK

11.30–13.00: CONCURRENT PANEL SESSIONS 1

Panel 1: THE MANOSPHERE 1

Panel 2: MEDICALISED MASCULINITIES

Panel 3: MASCULINITIES: HISTORY & MEMORY

13.00–13.45: LUNCH BREAK

And Postgraduate / Early-Career Researcher Workshop convened by John Mercer (Birmingham City University, UK)

13.45–15.15: CONCURRENT PANEL SESSIONS 2

Panel 4: MASCULINITIES & HOMOSOCIALITIES

Panel 5: PrEP & MASCULINE SUBJECTIVITIES

Panel 6: HOOK-UP APPS & THE LANGUAGE OF MEN’S SAME-SEX INTIMACY

15.15–15.30: COFFEE BREAK

15:30–17.00: KEYNOTE LECTURE

SUSANNA PAASONEN (University of Turku, Finland)

17.30–19.30: BOOK LAUNCH

BAREBACK PORN, POROUS MASCULINITIES, QUEER FUTURES

João Florêncio (University of Exeter)

20.00–22.00: CONFERENCE DINNER


Wednesday , 2 September

9.00–9.30: ARRIVAL COFFEE

9.30–11.00: CONCURRENT PANEL SESSIONS 3

Panel 7: THE MANOSPHERE 2

Panel 8: MASCULINITIES, SEXUAL RISK & INTIMACY

Panel 9: HIV IN VISUAL CULTURE—PRACTICES

11.00–11.15: COFFEE BREAK

11.15–12.45: CONCURRENT PANEL SESSIONS 4

Panel 10: FASCIST, PARANOID MASCULINITIES: IDEOLOGY & MYTH

Panel 11: RAW: VARIATIONS ON BAREBACKING

Panel 12: HIV IN VISUAL CULTURE—RESPONSES

12.45–13.30: LUNCH BREAK

And Postgraduate / Early-Career Researcher Workshop convened by John Mercer (Birmingham City University, UK)

13.30–15.00: CONCURRENT PANEL SESSIONS 5

Panel 13: SEX, MEDIA & PRECARITY

Panel 14: ON GROUP SEX & GAY SOCIALITY

Panel 15: MASCULINITY, RESPONSIBILITY & SAFER-SEX

15.00–15.15: COFFEE BREAK

15:15–15.45: PERFORMANCE

16.00–17.30: KEYNOTE LECTURE

TIM DEAN (University of Illinois, USA)

17.30–17.45: CLOSING REMARKS

João Florêncio (University of Exeter, UK)