Asato Ikeda, the curator of A Third Gender: Beautiful Youths in Japanese Prints, will examine the role of male youths in Edo-period Japan (1601-1868), who attracted both older men and young/older women.
In this talk, ROM curator Dr. Chris Darling will discuss the exploration of the biological and cultural diversity of the world's third largest island with particular reference to historical and modern tattooing traditions.
Join internationally renowned scholar Joshua Mostow as he explores the roles of gender, sexuality and erotic art in Japanese culture, from the Edo period and beyond.
Join world traveller and leading anthropologist Dr.
This event will feature a short lecture by Dr. Begun about his new book, followed by a conversation with him and other primate experts from the Jane Goodall Institute and Planet Madagascar about how apes have evolved, and why most species are now critically endangered.
How do we understand representations of sexuality, including same sex sexuality, across different historical and cultural moments without simply imposing contemporary norms? This panel of lea
Free with Museum Admission, ROM Daytime brings experts in the fields of archaeology, natural history, biodiversity, world art and contemporary culture to share new discoveries, amazing artifacts and cutting edge science in a fascinating series of daytime lectures.