Conference Papers


Revisiting mediations of sex: The global industrial complex, policy and knowledge Katharine Sarikakis, University of Leeds


Villains, victims and heroes: The representation of pornography in contemporary Greek press Liza Tsaliki and Despina Chronaki, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens


Sexually explicit imagery in Romanian media

Madalina Bodea, University of Bucharest


 Law, pornography, and citizenship in Canada since 1987

Alison Beale, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC; Rebecca Sullivan, University of Calgary, Alberta


The Political Economy of Pornography: A Network Analysis Jennifer A. Johnson, PhD Virginia Commonwealth University


Everyday Pornographies: Pornification and Commercial Sex Karen Boyle, University of Glasgow


A HyperLink Network Analysis of the UK Porn Industry Steven McDermott, University of Leeds


Encouraging sexual exploitation? The licensing of lap dancing clubs in the UK Prof. Phil Hubbard, Loughborough University:

Anti-Trafficking Campaign and Female Sex Workers in Urban China Tiantian Zheng, Associate Professor of Anthropology, State University of New York, Cortland

Gender, sexuality and boundary crisis: A critical approach to sex-trafficking Dr. Liopi Abatzi, University of Athens


No “Pretty Woman”: The Politics of the Trafficked Victim Aashika Damodar, University of California, Berkeley

Internet Pornography: Constituting proletarianization Marcus Breen Ph.D., Associate Professor, Northeastern University, Boston


The development of mass market pornography – the case of Swedish porn magazines 1950-2000 Klara Arnberg, PhD Candidate in Economic History, Umeå University


Buying into Sexy: Preteen Girls and Consumer Capitalism in the XXI Century Lilia Goldfarb, Concordia University and YWCA Montreal


Rewriting the script: Women, pornography and Web 2.0 Julie Bradford, University of Sunderland, UK


Interfacing with the User: Techno-Fetish and Porno-Bricolage as sociotechnological practices Dr. Doris Allhutter, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Technology Assessment, Vienna


From Civil Society to “Porn Society”: The Case of BOURDELA.COM Evangelos Liotzis, PhD Candidate, University of Athens Greece


Cybersex: social opportunity or social isolation?Yiannis Papadimitriou and Marsia Vletsa, University of Athens, Greece


Scaling Porn Eleanor Wilkinson, University of Leeds, UK


Feminist Epistemology and Its Impact on the Regulation of Pornography: Slovenian Case Study

Renata Sribar, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia


Misrecognition, Media and… Discrimination? An analysis of the weaknesses and potential of anti-discrimination law in addressing discrimination through expressive means Karla Pérez Portilla, PhD candidate, University College London


“Now that’s solid evidence!” Hard-Core Porn and the Biopolitical Penis Dr. Stephen Maddison, University of East London, UK


Veiled Pornography: Patterns and Consumption of Pornography in the Middle East Sarah Michelle Leonard, American University in Cairo, Egypt



Is the porno chic and hyper-sexualised body empowered femininity in East Asia? Dr JongMi Kim, Coventry University, UK


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