CGIS Workshop on new research on gender, identity, and subjectivity

CGIS Workshop on new research on gender, identity, and subjectivity

Join us for an informal workshop to explore new research relating to histories of gender, identity, and subjectivity. This is an opportunity to enable current graduate students or early career researchers at Oxford to share research or ideas that they are currently working on with the CGIS community.

This week we will be discussing new research including:

Mara Gold (St Hilda's) - Classics and Performing Identity in British Women’s Colleges 1890-1920: Gender, Sexuality and Feminism

Laura Di Spurio (Wolfson) - The lives and deaths of girls in Brussels, London, and Rome. Murders, emotions, and sensationalism in the European Belle Époque (1880-1914)

Olivia Glaze (Wadham) - The Family Myth: Childhood Photographs of a Portuguese Retornada

If you would like to join the workshop or might like to talk about an aspect of your current Masters, DPhil or post-doctoral research with the CGIS community at another workshop, please email Each speaker will talk for c. 5 minutes and can share powerpoint slides or images, followed by informal discussion.

All very welcome! If you'd like to attend, please email, and we will send details for the virtual meeting.


Tuesday 2 June 2020


Online - if you would like an invitation to join, please email


All welcome




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