We have extended the deadline for submission of Abstracts to the 31 July 2017
See below for details
Swansea University, in Collaboration with the University of South Wales and Cardiff University would like to announce a Call for Papers and Save the Date for the:
Second Annual LGBTQ Inclusivity in Higher Education Conference:
Facing the Dragon
5th and 6th September 2017
Hosted and Presented by Swansea University, Wales, UK.
In this national conference on inclusivity in Higher Education, we will explore how to bring intersectionality into inclusive curricula across the Higher Education landscape, bringing equality home to the seats of learning and research.
We invite papers and posters on every aspect of inclusivity in HE, looking at the implementation of inclusive curricula, student and staff groups and networks, work on gender, trans* and transition, work on feminism, ethnicity, religion, age, occupation or identity, at the intersection of equality for staff and students. Maybe you have initiated a project to include more diverse authors on a curriculum, or signposted students to understanding the diverse backgrounds of leading figures in your field. Maybe you have published work that relates to inclusivity, or draw on diverse sources to develop your research and teaching practice. Maybe you work in an organisation that supports LGBTQ people and have insights from your own work to offer those within HE. We are looking for critical papers, discussion pieces, research, case studies and interactive workshops to develop inclusivity activities.
We invite scholars, activists, members of the community, students and others to submit abstracts of no more than 250 words, accompanied by a 50 word bio on any aspect of promoting inclusive curricula in HE, for either papers (15 minutes), interactive workshops (1 hour) or posters.
Deadline for Abstract Submission: 31 July 2017
Please send to: firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Abstract Submission’ in the subject
LGBTQ Chynwysoldeb yn Uwch Addysg GynhadleddAil Blynyddol LGBTQ Chynwysoldeb yn Uwch Addysg Gynhadledd :
Wynebu y Ddraig
5ed a 6ed medi 2017
Gynnal a Gyflwynwyd gan Brifysgol Abertawe, Cymru, y DU.
Yn y gynhadledd genedlaethol ar gynhwysiant mewn Addysg Uwch, rydym yn edrych ar sut i ddod rhyng-gysylltiadau i mewn cwricwla cynhwysol ar draws mae’r dirwedd Addysg Uwch, gan ddod â cydraddoldeb gartref i’r seddi dysgu ac ymchwil.
Rydym yn gwahodd papurau a phosteri ar bob agwedd o gynhwysiant yn ei FOD, yn edrych ar y gweithredu cwricwla cynhwysol, myfyrwyr a grwpiau staff a rhwydweithiau, yn gweithio ar rhyw, traws* a newid, yn gweithio ar ffeministiaeth, ethnigrwydd, crefydd, oed, galwedigaeth neu hunaniaeth, yn y groesffordd o gydraddoldeb ar gyfer staff a myfyrwyr. Efallai eich bod wedi cychwyn prosiect i gynnwys mwy amrywiol awduron ar y cwricwlwm neu arwydd myfyrwyr i ddeall y
gefndiroedd amrywiol o ffigurau blaenllaw yn eich pwnc. neu yn tynnu ar amrywiol ffynonellau I ddatblygu eich ymchwil ac ymarfer dysgu. Efallai eich bod yn gweithio mewn sefydliad sy’n cefnogi y boblo LHDTH+ ac wedi ennill dealltwriaeth o’r gwaith eich hun i gynnig y rhai o fewn Uwch Addysg. Rydym yn chwilio am hanfodol papurau, trafodaeth ddarnau, ymchwil, profiadau personol, astudiaethau achos a gweithdai rhyngweithiol i ddatblygu gweithgareddau cynhwysiant.
Rydym yn gwahodd ysgolheigion, gweithredwyr, aelodau o’r gymuned, myfyrwyr ac eraill i gyflwyno crynodeb o ddim mwy na 250 gair yng nghwmni 50 gair bywgraffiad ar unrhyw agwedd o hyrwyddo cynhwysol cwricwla mewn addysg uwch, naill ai ar gyfer papurau (15 munud), gweithdai rhyngweithiol gweithdai (1 awr) neu bosteri.
Dyddiad cau ar gyfer Cyflwyno Crynodeb: 311 gorffennaf 2017
Os gwelwch yn dda anfon i: email@example.com gyda ‘Abstract Submission’ yn y pennawd
Alys Einion June 26th, 2017
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It is our great pleasure to give you a sneak preview of the delights on offer during our two-day conference on LGBT+ Inclusivity in HE this September.
Together with our colleagues from Cardiff University and the University of South Wales, we are working to bring you an innovative chance to engage with the future of education in Wales, in the UK, and across the world.
We have confirmed the following speakers:
Professor Cara Aitchison,President & Vice-Chancellor & Professor of Geography & Cultural Economy, Cardiff Metropolitan University, will offer the Keynote Address.
Sian James, former MP, will offer a plenary discussing her role in past and present politics, and referring to excerpts from the film Pride, fully locating our conference in the heartland of Welsh political activism
Professor Martin Stringer, Pro-Vice Chancellor of Swansea University, will offer a plenary and will also chair our closing debate on Intersectionality: Reconciling Faith, Belief and Religion with LGBT+ Equality.
The amazing and talented Bronwen Lewis, musician, (featured in the film Pride) will provide the entertainment for our conference dinner.
There will be a range of speakers, including those providing practical insight into improving inclusivity across the HE landscape, and bringing their experience and research to you.
Workshops will also address key issues of promoting inclusion and improving the student experience.
So come and join us at the beach for two days of networking, learning, sharing and fun, demonstrating our commitment to an inclusive future.
with very best wishes
Alys Einion and Cath Elms, co-chairs of Swansea LGBT+ Staff Network
Access the call for papers here:
email us: lgbtplus@Swansea.ac.uk
Alys Einion June 19th, 2017
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Call for Papers:
Here are Swansea, we are delighted to be working in partnership with colleagues from Cardiff University and the University of South Wales, to present an exciting conference in LGBT+ Inclusivity and Equality.
The conference will be held on the 5 and 6 September, 2017, and booking details will be sent out soon.
The Call for Papers is accessible via the link above, and I would like to encourage everyone to consider contributing. This can be a research piece, an experience of being a student or member of staff in HE, an activity, a workshop, or even a poem, slide show, short film or anything else. We are looking for academics, teachers, students, members of the community, researchers, artists – and we want to make this an inclusive conference which challenges us all to make Higher Education the most supportive environment we can for all students and all staff.
For any questions, please contact the Swansea University LGBT+ Staff Network on firstname.lastname@example.org
We very much look forward to welcoming you to our beautiful Bay Campus and sharing knowledge, expertise and ideas as we drive forward the equality agenda.
with very best wishes
Alys Einion and Cath Elms, Co-Chairs of the Swansea University LGBT+ Staff Network
Alys Einion June 1st, 2017
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