Families Study Group Archive
6 November 2009
Rethinking Concepts: Families, Intimacies and Personal Relationships - BSA Families and Relationships Study Group Colloquium
BSA Meeting Room, London, UK
16 January 2008
BSA Family Study Group Seminar Day - 'Displaying Families'
University of Hull
14-15 January 2005
BSA Family Studies Group Conference 2005: Time, Space and Family Practices: a dialogic conference
University of Keele
Plenary Speaker: Professor David Morgan
Starting a ‘Family’
Speakers included Professor Julia Brannen, Institute of Education, London, Becoming and being a father: transmission and change in four generation families, Dr Liz McDonnell, RMIT, Melbourne, The Romantic Other n Fertility Stories, and Professor Colin Francome, University of Middlesex, Contrasting Social Policies on Abortion in the UK and the USA. There were also workshops facilitated by Professor Harry Gouldbourne and Dr Tina Miller.
Family Studies stream
BSA Annual Conference 2003, University of York
Children, Families and Food
One day seminar, 2002, held jointly with the University of Stirling and the BSA Food Study Group, and hosted by the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships, University of Edinburgh.
Culture, Religion and Family Life
One day seminar 2002, hosted by Dr Bren Neale, Centre for Research on Family, Kinship and Childhood, University of Leeds.
Families and Crime
One day seminar, 2000, hosted by Professor Colin Francome, University of Middlesex.