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A work-in-progress "shareshop" for postdocs and grads, whatever state your work is in! 

After numerous serious consultations (all coincidentally at Q+ socials) we discovered that there was a profound desire for an in-progress project forum for postdocs and grads to share in some Q+ cameraderie on their working journey. When it comes to fostering the community of queer/LGBTQI+ studies scholars and researchers across the University, we are only too happy to provide. Moderated by Q+ scholars, this forum will be an inclusive, enthusiastic, non-prescriptive space to help improve your work.

Q+ Rough Drafts sessions have a maximum of three presenters per session, with 10 - 15mins per presentation followed by 10 - 15 mins discussion. Both online and in-person participation options are available, and discussants from outside the University of Cambridge are welcome if their work pertaints to LGBTQI+ topics of any discipline.

Email lgbtq@sociology.cam.ac.uk if you want to present your work, or if you want to participate online, so we can share the Zoom links with you. The dates of the next sessions are forthcoming.

Session I | 24th May

Time: 15:00 - 16:30
Location: Seminar Room B, 17 Mill Lane

Online participants email lgbtq@sociology.cam.ac.uk for the Zoom link

Session II | 31st May

Time: 15:00 - 16:30
Location: SG1, Alison Richard Building

Presenters

  • Yanqing Wang: Flower Buds of the Nation and Cultural Globalisation: Mothers, Boys and Masculinity Training Camps

Online participants email lgbtq@sociology.cam.ac.uk for the Zoom link

Session III | 7th June

Time: 15:00 - 16:30
Location: Seminar Room B, 17 Mill Lane

Presenters

Online participants email lgbtq@sociology.cam.ac.uk for the Zoom link

Session IV | 14th June

Time: 15:00 - 16:30
Location: S1, Alison Richard Building

Presenters

Online participants email lgbtq@sociology.cam.ac.uk for the Zoom link

Welcome to Q+

lgbtQ+@​cam is an initiative launched in 2018 to promote interdisciplinary research, outreach and network building related to queer, trans and sexuality studies at the University of Cambridge.

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