No dia 20 de fevereiro, na Faculdade de Psicologia e de Ciências da Educação da Universidade do Porto (FPCEUP), irá decorrer a conferência “A History of Sex Research and Sexology: multidisciplinarity and internationalization”.
Organizada no âmbito do Programa Doutoral em Sexualidade Humana (PDSH) da Universidade do Porto, a conferência será proferida por Alain Giami – atualmente Professor Emérito no Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche (Inserm), em Paris, onde coordena um centro de investigação em Género, Sexualidade e Saúde – , seguida de uma sessão de perguntas e respostas.
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Alain Giami (PhD) is currently Emeritus Research Professor at the Inserm (National Institute of Health and Medical Research) in Paris, where he coordinates a research unit on Gender, Sexuality, and Health.
He served as a full member of the International Academy of Sex Research since 1994 and as a member of the Advisory Committee of the World Association for Sexual Health (WAS) since 2009. He was a member of the Advisory Committee of the French AIUS (Association Inter-Hospitalière de Sexologie) (2008-2012) and a member of the board of the French Federation of Sexology and Sexual Health (2010-2016). He founded and coordinated the Network: « Research in social sciences in sexuality » at the French Association of Sociology (2003-2013). He has served also as an expert in various task force at the World Health Organization, UNESCO, the French Supreme court (Conseil d’Etat) and the French Ministry of Health. He created and developed a University Diploma on “Sexual health and Public Health at Paris University" (Paris 5 and Paris 7) (2007-2014). He is currently Associate Editor of "Sexologies : European Journal of Sexology and Sexual Health" (Elsevier). He served as Scientific Director at the UNESCO Chair in Sexual health and Human rights (2010-2014).
He has published several books including: “Infirmières & Sexualité : entre soins et relations” (Nurses & sexuality : between care & relations”, 2015 with Emilie Moreau & Pierre Moulin; "Sexual revolutions" (in collaboration with Gert Hekma), Palgrave 2014; "Des sexualités et des handicaps : questions d'intimité" (Sexualities and disabilities : issues of intimacy) in collaboration with Bruno Py and Anne Marie Toniolo (Presses Universitaires de Lorraine, 2013). He is currently coordinating an international network on “Health and Citizenship among trans persons” (France, Brasil, Chile, Italy, Norway, Denmark, Portugal) and working on an international edited book on “Sexology and theories of sexuality: between science and politics”.
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By participating in this event, I grant permission to the Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences of the University of Porto (FPCEUP) to capture the audio and/or my image in photographs, video, or any other media format.
The data collected will be used for archive, for the eventual dissemination of the event via FPCEUPs media channels and for the production of promotional material concerning the Faculty.