AAG2018 – Geographies of Sex, Sexuality and Sex Work: Myths, Imaginaries and Realities, 10-14 April 2018

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I’m delighted to announce the two special sessions we (Paul Maginn and Erin Sanders-McDonagh) have coming up at the American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, taking place in New Orleans between 10-14 April and sponsored by the Sexuality and Space Specialty Group (see other sessions sponsored by them here).

We have been running these #Geosex sessions for the last 4 years and have welcomed a range of early, mid and established career academics, sex workers and practitioners discussing research about sex work, sex and sexuality from several disciplines.  One of the excellent aspects of the AAG is its multidisciplinary focus and this year’s list of speakers is no different! Find details below:

Geographies of Sex, Sexuality and Sex Work: Myths, Imaginaries and Realities #1 – April 13th 1:20 PM – 3:00 PM in the Borgne Room, Sheraton, 3rd Floor

Geographies of Sex, Sexuality and Sex Work: Myths, Imaginaries and Realities #2 – April 13th 3:20 PM – 5:00 PM in the Borgne Room, Sheraton, 3rd Floor

I sadly will not be attending this year as I am on maternity leave, but we will all be tweeting from the sessions using the conference hashtags: #geosex18 and #aag2018. We hope to see you there, either in person or virtually!

 

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