CGIS-CGH Autumn Colloquium on Intersubjectivity
Seminar Room at TORCH (The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities), Woodstock Rd, Oxford OX2 6GG
The CGIS-CGH Autumn Colloquium (formerly known as “Summer School”) will take place on Monday 11 November 2019. This year's theme is Intersubjectivity.
This colloquium explores the meanings and opportunities offered by work that explores intersubjectivity, gender and selfhood. We have an exciting programme of short papers for the workshop from researchers at Oxford and Glasgow.
To find out more about the event, read a report by Rozen Whitworth (Oxford) published by the CGIS blog.
10:00-10:30 Coffee and Informal Introductions
10:30-12:00: Paper Presentations on the Notion of Intersubjectivity
Wendy Wiertz: Queen Wilhelmina’s War Lace Scarf. Intersubjectivity across Gender, Class, and Borders
Rozen Whitworth: ‘We are, because it is stable and it is ever changing’: Etel Adnan’s life in landscape, c.1960-1990.
Freya Marshall Payne: "The politics of whimsy": Conducting an Oral History of Greenham Common Emotions With My Mother.
12:00-12:45: Lunch with the Syrian Sisters
12:45-2:45: Informal and Intersubjective Explorations of Sources
Amanda Gavin: Witness Testimony from the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry as a Historical Source
Ebba Strutzenbladh: Maria Petterson’s Letters. Stories of a Swedish emigrant
Mathilde Michaud: Gender at the Intersection of Catholicism and Nationalism
Thomas McAuliffe: Estate management and the Construction of the Self in 11th Century England.
2:45-3:00 Coffee Break with Sweets from the Syrian Sisters
Charlotte James Robertson: The Scottish Women’s Aid Archive: Intersubjectivity in oral history interviews with activists of the women’s refuge movement
Ella Ditri: The Rotuli de Dominabus et Pueris et Puellis: Women and the ‘Marriage Market’ in the Twelfth Century
Hannah Yoken: Feminist Self-Defence in Denmark and Finland – Multilingual Oral Histories and Transnational Connections