Looking back and looking forward to future LGBT parenting research agendas (BSA Families and Relationships study group event)
|Starts:||10:30 6 May 2016|
|Ends:||16:30 6 May 2016|
|What is it:||Workshop|
|Organiser:||School of Social Sciences|
|How much:||See registration link.|
|Who is it for:||University staff, Adults, Current University students|
This study day aims to look back at 20+ years of LGBT parenting research but with the main focus on 'what next'? By the end of the day we will have worked together to identify future research agendas, building on what has gone before and extending our focus to encompass those who have children in their lives in a range of ways or those who can’t or chose not to have children.
- Stephen Hicks - LGBT parenting research: looking forward and looking back
- Petra Nordqvist and Kathryn Almack - Changing Conceptions: lesbian parenting past and future?
Short overviews of future research agendas:
1. Roisin Ryan Flood: Where do we go with lesbian parenting?
2. Jacqui Gabb: L&G parenting & normative frameworks. Who fits and who doesn't fit?
3. Elizabeth Peel: Reproductive loss
4. Lucy van de Wiel: Assisted reproduction in relation to trans people
5. Fiona Tasker: Researching bisexual parenting
6. Daniel Monk: Queer kinship: Godchildren, nieces and nephews
7. Wendy Norton: Gay Surrogacy
followed by group discussion workshop to produce outline research proposal/research agenda.
Followed after the event finishes with informal get-together for drinks and dinner (not covered in registration fee).
Price: See registration link.
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