Unless otherwise stated, sessions will take place in the History Faculty Common Room 11:30-12:30pm
Week 3: Tuesday 8 May - "Gender and sexual politics: theoretical perspectives" with Amelie Bescont (Sciences Po), History Faculty Common Room
Judith Butler, 'The question of Social Transformation', Undoing gender,(New York ; London : Routledge, 2004), p. 204-231.
Nancy Fraser, 'From redistribution to recognition ? Dilemmas of Justice in a "Post-Socialist" Age', New Left Review, 0: 212 (1995), p.68-93.
Carol Pateman, 'The fraternal contract', The Disorder of women : Democracy, Feminism & Political Theory (Cambridge : Polity Press, 1989), p.33-57.
Week 5: Tuesday 22 May - Psychoanalysis and History, History Faculty Common Room
Joan W. Scott, 'The incommensurability of psychoanalysis and history', History and Theory 51 (February 2012), pp. 63-83
Lyndal Roper, 'Evil Imaginings and Fantasies': Child-Witches and the End of the Witch Craze', Past & Present 167 (May, 2000), pp. 107-139
Barbara Taylor, 'Historical subjectivities' in Sally Alexander and Barbara Taylor (eds), History and Psyche: Culture, Psyschoanalysis, and the Past (Palgrave Macmillan: 2013) ,p. 195-206.
Week 7: Tuesday 5 June - Experimental Workshop on Sources with Professor Lyndal Roper
Colin Matthew Room (History Faculty), 1:30-3pm
See above for CFP
It is too late to register as a participant, but observers are welcome.
For further details about the Reading Group please email Fanny Louvier (firstname.lastname@example.org).