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Come along this International Women's Day and celebrate the official launch and panel discussion of the exhibition: Visualising the Margins: Gendered Perspective.

Panel: Professor Cathy Mcllwaine, Dr Ayona Datta and Dr Negar Elodie Behzadi (chair: Dr Jelke Boesten)

The panelists will present their (audio)visual and performance work regarding questions of gender and marginality, surrounding Brazilian migrants in the UK; women in the urban peripheries in Delhi; and men, women and children in a coal extractive landscape in Tajikistan.

This event will also be the opportunity to launch the VEM: Visual and Embodied Methodologies for the Social Sciences, King’s College London. This new network aims to promote the use of visual and embodied methodologies in academic work in/for the social sciences. The exhibition ‘Visualising the Margins’ is also part of this greater effort; making visible the liberatory impact and potential of visual and embodied work in and for research, researchers as well as research participants.

A drinks reception will follow.

Exhibition Launch and Panel: Visualising the Margins: Gendered Perspectives
Exhibition Launch and Panel: Visualising the Margins: Gendered Perspectives


The Exchange, King's College London
Gender Studies Network, King's College London

Co-Curators: Dr Negar Elodie Behzadi, Andrea Espinoza and Antonella Mazzone

Works exhibited: Dr Negar Elodie Behzadi, Dr Jelke Boesten, Dr Clara Bradbury-Rance, Dr Ayona Datta, Andrea Espinoza, Antonella Mazzone and Professor Cathy Mcllwaine

Event details

The Exchange
Bush House North East Wing, Aldwych , WC2B 4BG