Plymouth University are pleased to announce that this talk originally scheduled for May 2014 will now take place on Tuesday 2nd December.
Widely thought of as a development in the modern world, this talk will look at historical and current societies that recognise more than just male and female genders, social categories and constructs.
Professor William Naphy, historical consultant for ‘Out in the World‘, a Radio 3 series on the history of sexuality, will draw on examples from societies around the world such as modern Thailand and the history of first nations’ North Americans.
DATE: Tuesday 2 December
VENUE: Theatre 2, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University.
Tickets: Standard £6.60, Cocnession £4.50, Friends of Peninsula Arts Free
ENQUIRIES: Box Office: 01752 585050 or book your place on-line
Related articles External:
Australia: High Court orders recognition of ‘non-specific’ gender option – Pink News 02, Apr 2014
Professor William Naphy – Aberdeen University