Between Vulnerability and Sexual Agency by Dr Stephanie Wright — (Un)Silenced: Institutional Sexual Violence
SHaME Associate Fellow Dr Stephanie Wright explores how society approaches the sexual desires of those with disabilities. She establishes how the historical lack of acknowledgement of vulnerable people's sexual autonomy can result in an increased possibility of harm.
Spotlight On: Sarah Lasoye
In this episode of 'Spotlight On', SHaME postdoctoral researcher Dr Stephanie Wright speaks to Sarah Lasoye, black feminist, poet, and former Women's Officer for the National Union of Students (NUS).
Spotlight On: Dr Ángel Alcalde
In this installment of 'Spotlight On', SHaME postdoctoral researcher Dr Stephanie Wright, speaks to Dr Ángel Alcalde (University of Melbourne) about his work on sexual violence during the Spanish Civil War and Francoist dictatorship.
Archived: ‘Dishonest abuse’, sexual violence, and medical jurisprudence in Francoist Spain, 1936-1975
Dr Stephanie Wright's project explores the role of police surgeons and forensic psychiatrists in sexual violence court cases under the Francoist regime. More specifically, the project constitutes a historical study of the legal term ‘dishonest abuses’, which referred to a broad spectrum of criminalised sexual acts, from rape and child abuse to homosexuality.