Jordan and Skinner present The Time Machine

The Byre Theatre

Thursday 13 October 2022, 6.30pm Pay What You Can £15.00 / £12.00 / £10.00 Tickets: https://byretheatre.com/shows/jordan-and-skinner-present-the-time-machine/ Running time: 1hAges 12+ Award-winning feminist theatre company Jordan & Skinner present this radical retelling of The Time Machine. In a secret bunker, a group of feminists are taking matters into their own hands as they contemplate impending doom and ask if it…

STAIGS Seminar Nov 4: Dr Zoë Shacklock, The Category Is: Streaming Queer Television

School V and Arts Lecture

We are thrilled to welcome you back to this year's StAIGS (St Andrews Institute for Gender Studies) Seminar Series, in which staff across the university will be sharing and discussing their work on gender-related topic. This semester we have two seminars, which will both be in-person in School V. If you are interested in presenting…

Postgraduate Seminar with Professor Jack Halberstam 6th feb

Arts Building

  In light of the Andrew Carnegie Lecture Series , the Gender Institute and the School of English invites you to a:     Postgraduate Seminar with Jack Halberstam Monday 6 February, 2-3.00pm, Arts Building Lecture Room 003 You are warmly invited to join Jack Halberstam for an informal seminar discussion, in advance of his…

Professor Robin Dembroff will be visiting the Institute in April 2023.  

School II

The St Andrews Institute for Gender Studies is delighted to announce that Professor Robin Dembroff will be visiting the Institute in April 2023.   Robin Dembroff is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Yale University. They work on feminist and LGBTQ philosophy, with a focus on what gender is and how it shapes social outcomes,…

Book talk: Digital Masquerade: Feminist Rights and Queer Media in China, Jia Tan

BWD10 (24) Butts Wynd Building

The Gender Institute and the Mlitt in Gender Studies (Graduate School of Interdisciplinary studies), invites you to the book presentation of Digital Masquerade.  Jia Tan is a Global Fellow at the University of St Andrews.  Digital Masquerade offers a trenchant and singular analysis of the convergence of digital media, feminist and queer culture, and rights consciousness…

Girlhood Stories: What can(‘t) stories about girls do?. 16th November 16:00.

Arts Building

 Girlhood Stories: What can(‘t) stories about girls do?  The St Andrews Institute for Gender Studies is delighted that Catherine Mackenzie will be delivering the StAIGS Seminar on Thursday the 16th of November. The talk is titled: Girlhood Stories: What can(‘t) stories about girls do? The abstract is copied below.    The talk will take place from 4pm to…

Second Annual St Andrews Institute for Gender Studies Lecture 9th April

The St Andrews Institute for Gender Studies is delighted to announce that Dr Jemima Repo will be visiting this April. Dr Repo is Reader in Political and Feminist Theory at Newcastle University. She has published widely on topics across contemporary social and political theory (especially feminist theory and biopolitics), the politics of population, political economy,…