I’m glad to have my chapter, “A Critical Analysis of The Transgender (Intersex) Persons Act, 2018, in Pakistan vs United Nations Recommendations” in the new book, Interdisciplinary and Global Perspectives on Intersex, edited by Megan Walker and published by Palgrave Macmillan in Jan 2022, I have written on the United Nations recommendations and international media’s role on intersex human rights and laws.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-91475-2_11
Contributors: https://link.springer.com/content/pdf/bfm%3A978-3-030-91475-2%2F1.pdfContinue Reading…
Presenting new research paper ‘Film vs TV: Intersex representation in Australian media’ in the international interdisciplinary conference ‘Intersex 2020: A Vision for the Future’ at the Dublin City University, Ireland on the 22nd April 2021.
Dublin City University link: https://www.intersexnew.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/intersex-2021-conference-booklet-20.04.2021.pdf
Delighted to share my paper on Australian Film vs TV @IntersexMap @TheDCUniverse & a part of the Art panel. Congratulations @tanyanim @astaines & Mel Duffy on a terrific conference and to gather great speakers from around the globe #AustralianFilms #AustralianTV @uniofeastanglia pic.twitter.com/jeJIkcGCH7
— Kamran Qureshi (@MrKamranQureshi) April 22, 2021
Presenting new research paper this October 2020, ‘Portrayal of Intersex Characters in Indian Cinema’ The Southwest Conference, Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas, US.
I’m proud to be quoted in this excellent article in the Intersectional Feminist Media by Sezín Koehler’s article (Sri Lankan American novelist) mentioning Film MURAD (Desire) 2003,
on Intersex and TV Drama MOORAT (Idol) 2004, on a transgender woman and intersex characters by director Kamran Qureshi.