Sex Salon is a monthly speaker series organized and hosted by graduate students from the Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies. Each month, Sex Salon invites scholars, both graduate students and faculty, to present new and in-process work and engage in discussion with guests and colleagues. Participants come from both the University of Toronto and the wider academic community across Canada and the US. Each month features two to four presentations around a central theme that relates to sexual diversity studies, followed by a Q&A based discussion lead by a member of the Sex Salon programming committee. The event is free to attend and typically held on the last Thursday of the month in University College. Calls for participants go out over the summer.
Call for Organizing Committee
Deadline: August 12, 2021
The Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies at the University of Toronto invites you to participate in the Sex Salon! The Sex Salon Series, housed at the Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies at the University of Toronto, seeks members for its 2021 – 2022 Organizing Committee! The Sex Salon is a space to exchange ideas, make art and community, and create dialogue around queerness, queer theory, LGTQI+ organizing, and the development and advancement of critical sexuality studies. The Sex Salon is a monthly event series hosting monthly events between September 2021 to May 2022.
Upper-year Undergraduate, Graduate, and Faculty from any University of Toronto department are welcome to apply. We are seeking participation from a diverse and broad range of disciplines, training, and departments. In particular, we also seek individuals who have experience in managing social media accounts, and with experience in creating digital media.
The Organizing Committee will receive participant applications and help curate the monthly Sex Salon events for 2021/2022. Members will attend a planning session in early September and participate in the monthly Sex Salon to ensure success and community continuity. Committee members are also encouraged to consider chairing one of the Sex Salon events.
If interested, please email us a brief bio and CV at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternative forms of CV, such as through social media profiles, digital portfolios, websites are also welcome. In your email to us, please indicate your area of study, research interests, experience in community-based organizing, activism, or academic background. We look forward to hearing from you!
Chair, Sex Salon Series