The disproportional loss of female talent in academia is evident and systematic almost without exception across disciplines, faculties, universities, and countries. Join us for this exciting opportunity to think and talk to each other about why this happens, and ways to stop it.
Clare Hemmings; Elizabeth Reid; Sally Greenaway and many others
8 September 2017 - 8:45am
In this dystopic climate, how can we refocus feminist visions of transforming society across the divides of gender, race, class, ability, and global region? What types of utopias have been conjured in the past? Which promising ones are under construction? Which previous notions might be reconceived and new ones imagined?
Professor Paul Dalziel, Lincoln University, New Zealand; Professor Catriona Mackenzie, Macquarie University, Australia; Professor Laurel Weldon, Purdue University, USA; Professor Sylvia Walby OBE, UNESCO Centre, Lancaster University
7 November 2016 - 8:30am
This conference aims to compare the status of gender analysis and feminist research in different social science disciplines and to build persuasive arguments about how and why gender matters in them.
Keynotes - Mauro Cabral, Co-director of GATE – Global Action for Trans* Equality; Sandy Stone, Department of Radio/TV/Film The University of Texas at Austin
7 September 2016 - 9:00am
Trans*studies is a 4-day international academic conference concerned with any topic pertaining to transgender issues, sex/gender variance, gender nonconformity, and diverse embodiments-as well as work that draws upon trans* methodologies to inform research in other areas of inquiry.