University of Cambridge Centre for Gender Studies

Department of Geography

University of Cambridge Centre for Gender Studies

Geography welcomes the University of Cambridge Centre for Gender Studies

Monday 29th September 2008 – ALL WELCOME

Follow the signage on arrival at the main entrance to the Geography Department.

2.00 pm Arrival
2.05pm: Introduction: Professor Richard Smith & Dr Jude Browne
2.20pm Dr Mia Gray
Social capital, gender and the labour market
2.45pm Dr. Francesca Moore
"Good Deeds for Naughty Ladies": Abortion in Lancashire 1850-1937
3.10pm Dr Andy Tucker
Framing exclusion in South African racialised space: The discussion and material perpetuation of inequitable queer subjects
3.35pm Dr Phil Howell
Gender, Sex Work, and Geographies of Regulation
4.00pm Tea
4.20pm Dr Sarah Radcliffe
Development for Andean indigenous women: Understanding gender and power in a multicultural rights context
4.45pm Jay Levy (PhD candidate)
Sex work and violence against women: The Swedish model
5.10pm David Beckingham (PhD candidate)
Gender and drunkenness: Battles over barmaids and backdoors in late nineteenth-century Liverpool
5.35pm Dr Jude Browne (Frankopan Director of CUCGS)
The principle of equal treatment and gender: From theory to practice in the European Union

Concluding discussion

Organised by Jude Browne and Irenee Daly