The Gender Hub brings together individuals from a wide range of disciplines, generations and perspectives in accessible events, informal discussions and advocacy initiatives related to gender. The Hub recognises that gender intersects with other axes of oppression: race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, class, and dis/ability status, among others. The Hub is committed to exploring and analysing these intersections in the events we organise and the initiatives we advance.
The Gender Research Hub aims to:
📚 Gender Book Club
10th October 2022- 7:30 pm- Roger Needham Room, Chancellors Centre
Have you read a book recently that has reshaped the way you understand gender? Have you read a book that has defined your understanding of gender? If so, please come to the Gender Hub Book Club for a discussion and a chance to meet new people.
(Pizza provided! GF/Vegan/veggie)
📝 Gender Research Discussion Group
29th October 2022 - 3 pm - Roger Needham Room, Chancellors Centre
An informal meeting for those focused on gender research to discuss their latest work and new research in their field and discuss potential developments in their work.
🍻 Pub Quiz in Celebration of International Men's Day
19th November 2022- 9 pm - Clubroom
Join us in rounds of trivia celebrating men for this International Men's Day. Prizes are to be won, so do brush up on your history, general knowledge and health statistics.
🎥 Film Screening in Observation of Transgender Day of Remembrance
20th November 2022- 7:30 pm- Lee Hall
All About My Mother (1999)| IMDB
Young Esteban wants to become a writer and also to discover the identity of his second mother, a trans woman, carefully concealed by his mother, Manuela.
There will be a discussion following the screening.
If you want to host an event or participate in/ support the Gender Hub in any other way, let us know via this form.
Visit Wolfson's latest exhibition 'Signs for the Living' featuring work by Hannah Lister, winner of this year's Wolfson Royal Academy Schools Graduate prize.
Wolfson's termly College Service led by our ecumenical Chaplaincy Team.
How can we think more widely about sustainability in space?
A hands-on session to help you manage your data - whether copies of archival documents, interview transcripts, code or physical samples.
We warmly invite you to the opening night of Wolfson’s new exhibition: Hannah Lister - Signs for the Living.