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Stories of sexual citizenship: conviction and critique

It is commonly assumed that state recognition and social acceptance of diverse sexualities has dramatically improved in recent years. In this talk, Professor Darren Langdridge seeks to problematise this notion, arguing that the boundaries of sexual citizenship are policed in ever more inventive ways. He argues that our best hope for the future is to… Continue reading Stories of sexual citizenship: conviction and critique

CUSP, Events, Political Psychology

The 3rd Annual UK Political Psychology Conference: 11-15th January 2021 FREE TO ATTEND

The 3rd Annual UK Political Psychology Conference gathers scholars at all career stages to analyse the big political questions of the day. The conference brings together a selection of leading and emerging academics in the field of Political Psychology from around the UK and beyond.¬† The organising committee would like to welcome anyone to attend… Continue reading The 3rd Annual UK Political Psychology Conference: 11-15th January 2021 FREE TO ATTEND

Psychology, Research in the School

REF 2021 – What it is and why it matters

Professor Darren Langdridge explains the Research Excellence Framework and its importance for academic research, including in the School of Psychology and Counselling. If you have fond memories of playing the card game Top Trumps as a child, as I do, then the Research Excellence Framework - or REF - may well just be for you. I… Continue reading REF 2021 – What it is and why it matters