LGBTQ youth and gender/sexual hegemony in Vietnam: Familial shame
and possibilities for porous gender and sexual identities
LE NGUYEN GIANG (Brock), FIONA BLAIKIE (BROCK)
Giang spoke about the connections of the Confucian principle of shame, being a first-born Vietnamese son who identifies as gay.
Shame to your family (picking marriage to not bring shame to your family)
Contemporary pedagogical perspectives on the treatment of gender and
sexuality: Considering the past, present and future (in Jamaica)
George McCaulsky (University of the West Indies, Mona)
George looked at issues gender, sexuality and schooling through the frameworks of:
Hierarchical plantation economy (hope 2001)
Colonial consciousness (Martin-Keer 2019)
Queering Masculine Capital-On the Performativity of Complicity
Qingyan Sun (Alberta)
Qingyan completed an auto-ethnographic study of his complicity in reproducing hegemonic masculinity that shores up heteropatriarchy
Facing Discomfort with Gender Transition: Looking Within and Without for
Perspective and Moralistic Transformation
Elizabeth McNeilly (Calgary)
Elizabeth used the frameworks of transformative learning theory and life history methodology to discuss different kinds of approaches to gender transition parents and teachers take.
Congratulations to all of the QSEC presenters at CSSE and Congress this year! We had a terrific conference.