This conference is supported by the Arènes and Gériico research units, and by the University of Lille.
By bringing together about thirty researchers working from five different countries, this conference aims to answer questions such as:
How are “pornography” and “hate” regulated on social media?
How is platform capitalism changing pornography and sex work?
What representations of sexuality are considered acceptable on the billboards of French cities?
– How does sexuality gets scripted for cinema and television?
– How has #MeToo movement changed the journalistic coverage of sexuality and the gender dynamics inside press newsrooms?
Mediating Sexualities also aims to show how much feminist and queer approaches are important to understand the media ecosystems that organise our public experiences.
Monday November 2nd 2020, 5-7 pm
Tuesday November 3rd, 9:30 am - 7 pm
Wenesday November 4th, 9 am - 4 pm
Access to the pre-recorded papers and participation in live discussions is free of charge, upon registration. All pre-recorded content will be available in English and French. Depending on the panels, it will be possible to ask questions to the speakers in French and/or English.