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Screening of Tick Tock Lullaby, by Lisa Gornick (2007), in collaboration with the Birkbeck Institute for Gender and Sexuality.

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The screening was followed by a panel discussion bringing together the film maker, Lisa Gornick, and commentators about queer parenting within psychosocial, legal, childhood and sociological studies: Lisa Baraitser, Lisa Gornick, Daniel Monk, Karin Lesnik-Oberstein and Sasha Roseneil.  

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M(o)ther Trouble: An International Conference on Feminism, Psychoanalysis and the Maternal.

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This was a major two-day international conference that coincided with the opening of an exhibition of paintings at the Freud Museum by the scholar, artist and psychoanalyst, Bracha Ettinger who gave a keynote talk, alongside Professor Adriana Cavarero and many other internationally recognized scholars and psychoanalysts. It was co-hosted by Centre CATH, University of Leeds….

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Mum’s the Word: The Maternal in Contemporary Literature,De Montfort University, Leicester.

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This day-long workshop included readings and debates by poets, novelists, digital writers and academics working on the maternal in contemporary literature. It was co-hosted by De Montfort University. You can find the programme here.

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Maternal Representations, Maternal Aesthetics, Jesus College, University of Cambridge.

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This day-long meeting focused on maternal representation, and maternal aesthetics, combining workshops, performances, large and small group discussion, academic and artists presentations and a public lecture given by Professor Griselda Pollock. It was co-sponsored by the Birkbeck Institute of Social Research, the Centre for Gender Studies, University of Cambridge and Cambridge University Press. You can…

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Interrupting Maternal Voices: Between the Theoretical and Empirical, Birkbeck, University of London.

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This event included a public conference on maternal subjectivities and identities, a workshop for MaMSIE members, and a film-showing followed by discussion with the film-maker Sarah Pucill. It was co-hosted by the Birkbeck Institute of Social Research. You can find the programme here.

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Mapping Maternal Subjectivities, Identities and Ethic, Birkbeck, University of London.

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This initial workshop drew together 25 key academics, psychoanalysts, artists and writers to establish the network, map points of connection and departure, and generate ideas and themes for future events. You can find a transcript of the event here. The event was funded by the Faculty of Science, Birkbeck.

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