Gender ARC Workshop | April 19th

Gender ARC Workshop

Researching Prostitution in Ireland: ethics, methods and politics

Led by Dr. Julia O’Connell Davidson, University of Nottingham, UK

9.30-12.00pm Friday April 19th
Venue: Moore Institute

Places are now available for participation in a workshop on researching the sex industry in Ireland with international expert Dr. Julia O’Connell Davidson.

The workshop will focus on ethical issues, methods and the politics of researching this topic and is aimed at postgraduates, academics and other researchers working in the field.
Places are limited to 20.

If interested please contact Dr. Eilis Ward, NUIG (please indicate your research interest):eilis.ward@nuigalway.ie <mailto:eilis.ward@nuigalway.ie>  by March 29th.

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The workshop will follow a public lecture by Dr. O’Connell Davidson
Debt, Sex and Slavery: Anti-Trafficking Discourse and Depoliticisation?
5.00pm Thursday April 18th
Venue: Alexander Board Room, Quadrangle
Co-sponsored by the Gender, Discourse and Identity research group of Gender ARC at the Moore Institute and Global Women’s Studies
Supported by the NUI Galway Millennium Conference Fund

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