conference / Masculinity / Men

Roundtable on “Current and Future Work on Men and Masculinities”, Durban, May 28, 2016

The Interdisciplinary Initiative on Studies on Masculinities (IISM) will be hosting a roundtable on Current and Future Work on Men and Masculinities in Durban on Saturday May 28, 2016. Here is a blurb about the roundtable, including the list of panellists. The roundtable will be hosted as part of the International Conference on Community Psychology … Continue reading

African / Boys / Gender / Masculinity / Men

African Boys, Men and Masculinities Reimagined – Programme

  Two weeks ago we posted an announcement for the Symposium on African Boys, Men and Masculinities to be held at the University of Western Cape (UWC) on May 4, 2016. Here is the draft Programme Since the announcement a new speaker, Monique Huysamen, had been added to the programme. A doctoral candidate at UCT, Ms Huysamen … Continue reading

Boys / Masculinity / Symposium

African Boys, Men and Masculinities Reimagined – A One-Day Symposium

A one-day symposium on how to think, study, approach, represent, and engage the complex lived experiences of African boys, men and masculinities will be held at the University of Western Cape (UWC) on May 4, 2016. The organisers are the psychologist Kopano Ratele of the University of South Africa and the South African Medical Research Council, and … Continue reading

Where are We in Understanding Men’s Relationship to Violence? Launch of Agenda’s Special Issue on Men and Violence
Feminist / Gender / Masculinity / Men / Violence

Where are We in Understanding Men’s Relationship to Violence? Launch of Agenda’s Special Issue on Men and Violence

Agenda & the Wits Institute for Social and Economic Research will host the launch of Agenda Journal Special Issue on Men & Violence. The Special Issue is edited by Lisa Vetten and Kopano Ratele. The editorial by Lou Haysom, Agenda’s managing editor, can be found here.  Limited access to the guest editors’ introductory piece can be found … Continue reading