Summer Talks: "Sexual Identity Across Cultures: A Human Rights Perspective"

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Date: June 4, 2014
Time: 19.30-21.00
Place: santralistanbul Campus, E1-303A

Speaker: Asst. Prof. Dr. Robert Cleve (Chicago School of Professional Psychology)

“Summer Talks” is organized by İstanbul Bilgi University Psychology Department and Organizational Psychology Graduate Program. 

The social construction of sexuality and sexual identities will be explored through a variety of critical lens including the biological, cultural, political and religious. The discussion of equal access to inherent human rights for minority/micro-cultural sexual identities framed within the context of majority/macro-cultural identities will be utilized to encourage an important discourse on this topic.

Dr. Robert Cleve: 
Dr. Robert Cleve is an Assistant Professor in the International Psychology PhD Department at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, in Chicago, Illinois, U.S. His academic and research interests are primarily focused on social justice, advocacy, global mental health and human rights. He is visiting İstanbul Bilgi University via grant awards through his academic institution.