Kate Davison (History, Goldsmiths), Tommy Dickinson (Mental Health Nursing, King’s College London), Katherine Hubbard (Sociology, Surrey), and Helen Spandler (Social Work, Care and Community, University of Central Lancashire) will be joining us for an interdisciplinary discussion on the histories of psychological ‘treatments’ for homosexuality and gender non-conformity.
This event is organised by the Birmingham Research Institute for History and Cultures (BRIHC), in collaboration with the Centre for Modern British Studies (MBS), and is in conversation with the on-going work of Historical Research on Sexuality Project in the School of Psychology.
Online – register here: https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/schools/historycultures/events/2021/psychological-treatments-for-homosexuality-and-gender-non-conformity.aspx
HEADER IMAGE: Institute of Medical Psychology, London: the waiting room. Process print, 1929. Dawbarn, Graham Richards, 1893-1976. Wellcome Collection, public domain