January 2017: The Social Psychology of Faith and Sexuality among Gay and Bisexual Muslims

Public Research Paper given by Rusi Jaspal, Professor of Psychology and Sexual Health, and Deputy Director of the Mary Seacole Research Centre at De Montfort University

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Wednesday 27 January 2016 5.30pm-7pm

 

 

VENUE: Ogden Lewis Seminar Suite, Fielding Johnson South Wing

 

This talk will explore the findings of various studies that set out to examine aspects of identity among gay and bisexual men of Muslim faith. Using identity process theory from the perspective of social psychology, Prof Jaspal will discuss the social psychological challenges that these identities can present, but also the opportunities that they create.

This event is part of the Queering Islam series funded by the Leverhulme Trust.

Part of the Queer Diasporas: Islam, Homosexuality and a Micropolitics of Dissent project

 

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Ogden Lewis Seminar Suite, Fielding Johnson South Wing

This event is free and open to the public.

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