2nd INTIMATE International Conference: Queering Parenting
On the 2-3 March 2017, INTIMATE organized in Coimbra the International Conference Queering Parenting, around issues of parenthood and non-standard-reproduction, including medically assisted reproduction and surrogacy.
One hundred and sixty people joined the conference from across the globe. For this 2nd INTIMATE Conference we successfully implicated both national and EU policy makers in relevant knowledge production, together with scholars, activists and other professionals.
03.03. 2017, Politicians Plenary - LGBTQ Politics in Southern Europe.
Catarina Marcelino, Secretary of State for Citizenship and Equality
Danieli Viotti, MEP. European Parliament
José Soeiro, MP. Portuguese Parliament
02.03.2017, Plenary Session – INTIMATE Consultants on Parenting
Chiara Bertone, “Handle (and Queer) with Care: Problematic Alliances and Good Parenting”. VIDEO
Christian Klesse, “Polyamorous Families – Parenting Practice, Stigma and Social Recognition”. VIDEO
Jacqui Gabb, “The (Analytical) Cost of Same-sex Parenthood”. VIDEO
03.03.02.2017, Results of the Study on Medically Assisted Reproduction
Plenary session to present and discuss the results of the INTIMATE study on Surrogacy in Portugal, Spain and Italy conducted in 2016 under the strand of Parenting.
Beatrice Gusmano, “Brave intersectionality. Non-heterosexual Mothers Accessing ARTs in Italy;
Ana Cristina Santos, “Repronormativity and its Others: Reproductive Dissidence of Lesbian and Bisexual Mothers in Lisbon;
Luciana Moreira, “Universal Rights and Local Values: Lesbian and Bisexual Mothers Negotiating Futurity”;
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02.03.17, Results of the Study on Surrogacy
Plenary session to present and discuss the results of the INTIMATE study on Surrogacy in Portugal, Spain and Italy conducted in 2016 under the strand of Parenting
Pablo Pérez Navarro, “Surrogacy Wars: Notes for a Radical Theory of Reproductive Practices”;
Tatiana Motterle, “Italian gay fathers through surrogacy: biology, normativities and extended international families”;
Ana Lúcia Santos, “Surrogacy in Portugal: troubling ideologies of parenthood”;
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- Book of Abstracts
Teatro da Cerca de São Bernardo and CES Sofia (Coimbra).
1st INTIMATE International Conference: Queering Partnering 2016
On the 30-31 March 2016 INTIMATE organized in Coimbra the International Conference Queering Partnering, around issues of coupledom, non-monogamies amongst others. The Conference was very well attended – 175 delegates registered coming from countries as diverse as Argentina, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Poland, Portugal, Serbia, Spain or the UK. The feedback we received could not have been more encouraging! Videos of presentations are available here.
31.03.2016, Plenary Session – Polyamory
Alessia Acquistapace, “Not-so-chosen loved ones. A critical approach to the rhetoric of choice”. VIDEO
Brigitte Vasallo, “Limits, boundaries and borders: frontex questioned from a queer non-monogamous perspective”. VIDEO
Daniel Cardoso, “The political is personal - The importance of affective narratives in the rise of poly-activism”. VIDEO
Christian Klesse, “Polyamory, Women's Erotic Autonomy and the History of Feminist Critiques of Monogamy”. VIDEO
30.03.2016, Plenary Session – Lesbian Coupledom
Ana Luísa Amaral, “‘Shame is consenting, shame is not loving': muses, bodies, worlds”. VIDEO
Gracia Trujillo, “On marriage, equality and the rest of us. Some thoughts about queer partnering, assimilation and homonormativity”. VIDEO
Liana Borghi, “If Love is a Time Machine: Affective temporalities in intimate relation”. VIDEO
Sasha Roseneil, “The Lesbian C Word: repudiation and reversals, recognition and reparation”. VIDEO
30.03.2016, Results from the Study on Lesbian Coupledom in Portugal, Spain and Italy
Panel to present and discuss the results of the INTIMATE study on Lesbian Coupledom in Portugal, Spain and Italy conducted in 2015 under the strand of Partnering
Ana Lúcia Santos, “Doing conjugality: lesbian couples as producers of diverse intimate relationships”
Luciana Moreira, “Lesbian coupledom: between precarious lives and resistance against a normative system”
Tatiana Motterle, “Lesbian Couples in Rome: Queering Family Meals?”
31.03.2016, Results from the Study on LGBTQ Polyamory in Portugal, Spain and Italy
Panel to present and discuss the results of the INTIMATE study on LGBTQ Polyamory in Portugal, Spain and Italy conducted in 2015 under the strand of Partnering
Ana Cristina Santos, “One at a time: relationally diverse partners challenging the (monogamous) script of citizenship”
Pablo Pérez Navarro, “Beyond inclusion: relational diversity at the borders of citizenship”
Beatrice Gusmano, “The Kintsugi art of care. Unraveling consent in ethical non-monogamies”
Non-Monogamies and Contemporary Intimacies , 25-27.09.2015
25.09.2015, Keynote Speech Ana Cristina Santos, “Normalizing the slut? Relational citizenship, care and the daily management of intimacy”.
27.09.2015, Ana Cristina Santos, Beatrice Gusmano, Tatiana Motterle, Pablo Perez Navarro, Luciana Moreira, INTIMATE PANEL: REFRAMING COUPLEDOM THROUGH SAME-SEX RELATIONAL CITIZENSHIP IN SOUTHERN EUROPE.
• Introduction (Ana Cristina Santos)
• Deconstructing monogamous love: activist discourses on consensual non-monogamy in Italy (Beatrice Gusmano)
• Filling the gap: recognition, activism and monogamy’s law in Spain (Pablo Perez Navarro)
• (Non)monogamies in lesbians' relationships: motivations, challenges and choices (Luciana Moreira)