Emotional Politics: The Role of Affect in Social Movements and Organizing
29 March 2018
Registration for the Emotional Politics: The Role of Affect in Social Movements and Organizing symposium on 31 May 2018 is now open. This one-day interdisciplinary conference will bring together academic researchers, activists, policy-makers and practitioners to exchange and discuss current concerns and developments in the research and practice surrounding emotion, organizing and social movements. It is co-hosted by the Gender, Sexuality and Culture Cluster in the School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research and sponsored by the Centre for Postcolonial Studies, the School of English and the Centre for Gender Sexuality and Writing.