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University of Auckland Winter Lecture Series 2020. Sex, gender and identity in Aotearoa New Zealand

Source:
University of Auckland
Publication date:
2020
Date:
28 Jul 2020, 05:30 PM - 31 Aug 2020, 02:00 PM
Venue:
University of Auckland, Various lecture spaces (see below)
Speakers:
Various
Link to Event:
https://www.auckland.ac.nz/en/news/public-lectures/2020/winter-lecture-series.html


University of Auckland Winter Lecture Series 2020. Sex, gender and identity in Aotearoa New Zealand: contemporary problems and what to do about them

Lecture 1 | Rethinking the Representation of Women: Politics and Aotearoa New Zealand’s “Diversity Dilemma”
Date: Tuesday 28 July
Time: 5.30-6.45pm
Location: General Library, 109-B10
Address: 5 Alfred Street, Auckland
Professor Jennifer Curtin

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Lecture 2 | Wāhine Māori and Prison
Date: Monday 3 August
Time: 1-2pm
Location: Human Sciences Building, Level 3, Room 201N-370
Address: 10 Symonds Street, Auckland
Professor Tracey McIntosh

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Lecture 3 | The Problem with Masculinity
Date: Wednesday 12 August
Time: 12-1pm
Location: Old Government House, Ground floor, Room 102-G36
Address: Corner of Princes Street and Waterloo Quadrant, Auckland
Dr Ciara Cremin

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Lecture 4 | Inequity within Gender: Dealing with Bigotry and Racism
Date: Monday 17 August
Time: 9-10am
Venue: Sir Owen G. Glenn Building, Level 0, Room 260-051
Address: 12 Grafton Road, Auckland
Anjum Rahman

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Lecture 5 | Beyond consent: Sexual violence prevention with young men
Date: Tuesday 25 August
Time: 11am-12pm
Venue: Sir Owen G. Glenn Building, Level 0, Room 260-092
Address: 12 Grafton Road, Auckland
Professor Nicola Gavey

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Lecture 6 | "An unlikely and lovable murderer”: Depictions of intimate partner homicide in the media and popular culture
Date: Monday 31 August
Time: 1-2pm
Location: Human Sciences Building, Level 3, Room 201N-370
Address: 10 Symonds Street, Auckland
Dr Caroline Blyth

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University of Auckland Winter Lecture Series 2020. Sex, gender and identity in Aotearoa New Zealand: contemporary problems and what to do about them