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The 'Methods in Question: Epistemologies of Gender and Sexuality' seminar series*, at the Centre for Gender Studies, University of Cambridge, and its online blog investigate research methods and methodologies employed in gender and sexuality studies with a focus on social justice. The seminars and the online blog engage scholars and students, researchers, artists, and writers in stimulating conversation about gender and sexuality, and social justice in contemporary world. Exploring and navigating various lines of inquiry—such as feminist theory, gay and lesbian studies, queer studies, and trans studies—the series aims to question and confront conventional and alternative epistemologies in research methods in order to initiate fruitful debates in the field.
* The 'Methods in Question: Epistemologies of Gender and Sexuality' seminar series has been commended as part of the Outstanding Student Contribution to Education Awards run by the Cambridge Centre for Teaching and Learning.
Convenor: Hakan Sandal-Wilson (he/him)
Twitter: hakan sandal-wilson