Kevin Partridge

Kevin Partridge, PhD Candidate

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Cape Spear 2014

March 2017 Thinking About the Future of Masculinities 25 Years from Now at Visions for Canada 2042 Conference, Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada. Breaking down borders of masculinities: Lessons from the security industry. Video available at

February 2017 Rethinking Women, Peace and Security: addressing masculinites in post-conflict transformations and evaluating the impact of masculinities on development approaches at the International Studies Association Conference, Baltimore, MD, USA. Gender making/state making in the private security industry.

June 2015 Hero(in)es and Heroism in International Relations Workshop at The British International Studies Association Conference, London, UK. Everyday heroics: risk, security and private security workers

June 2014 If Women are Warriors: Russian Portrayals of Female Soldiers on the Gender and Military Heroism: Masculinities, Warriors and Combat panel at The British International Studies Association Conference, Dublin, Ireland

June 2013 Expanding masculine possibilities on the Canadian Masculinities: Research and Practices panel at CSA/Congress of the Humanities, Victoria, BC, Canada
March 2013 Rethinking Masculinities at the Emergent Actors/Discourses: emerging economies & states…societies & masculinities? colloquium, University of Massachusetts, Boston, MA, USA

June 2012 Women warriors in Russian cinema: A comparative case study on The Sociology of Women and War panel at the CSA/Congress of the Humanities, Kitchener-Waterloo, ON, Canada

October 2010  Cultural resistance: The power of punk at the !nstigate Conference – Queen’s University, Kingston, ON .

...a recording of this presentation is available at the conference website on the 'media' page here.

June 2010  A community of cars: Ethnographic research in the 510 Club of BC. Work in Progress ConferenceSimon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC

May 2010  Lowbrow and highbrow: Measuring taste in Canada. Quantitative Social Research SymposiumSimon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC