The ANU Gender Institute is a cross-campus virtual institute providing a focus for existing activity on issues of gender and sexuality and a catalyst to develop and deepen them.
What was it like to be involved in the heady days of ‘second wave’ feminism in Australia, when the role of women at home and at work changed decisively?
Professor Rae Frances, Dean of the College of Arts and Social Scienes, will launch Everyday Revolutions: Remaking Gender, Sexuality and Culture in 1970s Australia edited by Michelle Arrow and Angela Woollacott.
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Opportunities for PhD and master or honours research projects as part of new DECRA project starting in 2020 on the history of women in Pacific archaeology.
Gender Institute funding for events and projects in 2019
Gender Institute funding guidelines 2019
ANU Gender Institute Stella Prize Internships: Gender Equality in Australian Literary Reception
Call for Papers: Lilith - A Feminist History Journal
New Network on the History and Legacies of Violence
Call for Papers: Long-term global perspectives on preventing sexual harassment in the workplace- Policy and practice
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