ENBrg schedule

Next meeting:

Wednesday

18th

May


4pm BST

online

Interdisciplinary open-mic

The final session of the cycle!

Open mic

This month, we'll be holding an open-mic for students, staff and researchers to discuss their work, projects or interests in research beyond the binary. This will include short discussions of:

  • Farida Soliman: 'Attitudes towards grammatical gendering in Arabic.'

  • Robert James Hellyer: 'Discourses around gender-inclusive and -exclusionary plural address terms in Tiktok'

Feel free to bring:

  • a short description of something you are working on

  • or, a piece of research or reading we haven't discussed yet

  • or, something you think is interesting! (It's very relaxed!)

Last, but not least:

We will close with a discussion of future plans, including the re-run of the interest group next year, invited speakers, conferences and publications.


This session will take place in May at 4pm BST and the Zoom link will be shared in advance through the ENBrg mailing list. Subscribe here.


Last session:

Wednesday 6th April: Research methods beyond the binary

Last month, we gathered to discuss issues around approaching gender, trans and nonbinary identities in research methods.

The readings we covered inluded:


  • Chang, S. C. (2019) Token Act. In Rajunov, M., & Duane, A. S. (Eds.), Nonbinary: Memoirs of gender and identity. Columbia University Press. pp. 76-85.



With the Chang chapter, we thought it might be useful to consider how we might approach working with participants such as Chang. What aspects of our methodologies might Chang problematise?

The next session will take place in May at 4pm BST and the Zoom link will be shared along with the readings in advance through the ENBrg mailing list. Subscribe here.

To see details about other past sessions, go to past sessions here.