‘Man of the House’: Masculinity and Domesticity from 1800 until the present day’, University of St Andrews, 22 June 2018

‘Man of the House’: Masculinity and Domesticity from 1800 until the present day’

Friday 22 June 2018, School of English, University of St Andrews

Keynote speaker: Professor Gill Plain (University of St Andrews)

Poetry reading by Professor Robert Crawford (University of St Andrews)

The Man of the House Conference is an interdisciplinary event examining the relationship between masculinity and the domestic sphere. The conference will include a number of panels exploring the interconnections of gender, art, literature, history, and sociology from the 19th– to the 21st-century, and a roundtable discussion about what masculinity means in relation to the home.

Tickets can be purchased through: https://onlineshop.st-andrews.ac.uk/product-catalogue/event-bookings/english

 Conference fee: Unwaged £10/ Waged £15.

Following the conference, we invite you to join us for a free evening event held at St Martyr’s Church featuring an exhibition of items from the university’s Special Collections and a poetry reading by Professor Robert Crawford.

 For any further information, please email us at manofthehouse2018@gmail.com

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