Apr 15, 2010
DEPTS OF MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION, SOCIOLOGY AND EDUCATION, GOLDSMITHS COLLEGE
ESRC YOUNG WOMEN, SEXUALITIES AND VULNERABILITIES PROGRAMME
5TH MAY 2010, RHB, ROOM 308, 3:30- 6PM,
FOLLOWED BY DRINKS IN THE BAR.
Please join us at Goldsmiths College, London, for an afternoon of presentations and dialogue focused on past and contemporary ‘new directions’ in sex research with examples from Cambodia.
The event is in the Richard Hogart Building (RHB–main building),
room 308, from 3:30-6pm on Wednesday, May 5 2010.
All are welcome for drinks in the bar afterwards.
Chair: Professor Angela McRobbie
Joanna Busza (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine)
Politics, Prostitution and the Pandemic: The Early Days of HIV Prevention in Cambodia
Melissa Ditmore (PhD, National Development and Research Institute)
Cambodian Sex Workers are Caught Between the Tiger and the Crocodile: Policy and Economy
Heidi Hoefinger (PhD, Goldsmiths)
Transactional Sex and Relationships among Cambodia’s Professional Girlfriends
5:45- 6:00 Plenary
For more details contact: Heidi Hoefinger firstname.lastname@example.org (phone 07707 66 2020)
or Prof Angela McRobbie email@example.com