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Combat within the US military

Ann Wright
17 February 2016 - 12:00pm

Combat positions in the U.S military are officially open to women now, but combat within the military with women being assaulted by men has been going on for decades.

New women, new men, new economy

Narelle Hooper; Rodin Genoff
21 October 2015 - 4:00pm

The authors of this recently published book on people championing equality, from Sydney to Helsinki, discuss their findings.

Gender, time & health exploring hour glass ceilings

Jenny Welsh, ANU; Dr. Huong Dinh, ANU; A/Prof. Lyndall Strazdins, ANU
12 October 2015 - 12:30pm

This seminar will detail research considering the connections between gender, time and health, covering current theories of gender inequality and population health and implications for family mental health.

Rape in Gapun: talk, violence and innovation in a Papua New Guinea village

Don Kulick, Uppsala University
6 October 2015 - 4:00pm

In this seminar, anthropologist Don Kulick will present fieldwork material from a small, isolated Sepik village called Gapun, seeking to contextualize the sexual violence that occurs in Gapun in relation to child socialization, local understandings of violence and agency, conflict incitement and resolution, and the shifting shape of rural gender roles.

UniSuper seminar: Women and super - bridging the gap

UniSuper
9 September 2015 - 12:30pm

Research shows women face unique challenges when it comes to retirement savings. Time out for career breaks or raising a family can make it difficult to build a reasonable amount of super.

ANU Circle for Gender Equity seminar series

Julia Diprose, Communications and Media Coordinator for UN Women Australia; Tasman Bain, Co-Founder and Deputy Director of Meri Toksave; Dr Patrick Kilby, Lecturer in the School of Arch and Anth, CASS ANU
12 August 2015 - 6:00pm

The Australian National University Circle for Gender Equity (ANU CGE) is a student society that aims to promote critical discussion around the role of gender, with a particular focus on development both nationally and international

Feminist strategy in International Law: a conceptual and empirical framework

Catherine O'Rourke
16 June 2015 - 12:30pm

Feminist scholarship in international law is a developed and dynamic body of scholarship, keeping apace with new departures in international law, while continuing to scrutinize the oldest and foundational aspects of the canon. 

We don't need another hero: a comparative study of men's roles in violence against women programs in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Timor Leste

Joyce Wu
26 May 2015 - 12:30pm

Although the rationale for involving men in violence against women programs is sound, the tendency in development theories and practice to de-politicise feminist analysis of gender relations.

Conversions: Cakobau, Adi Samanunu and Varani in precolonial Fiji

Vicki Luker, School of History, School of Culture Histoy and Language, ANU
21 May 2015 - 3:00pm

ANU Gender Institute - Gender and History node 2015 seminar series. Presenter: Vicki Luker, School of History, School of Culture Histoy and Language, ANU

What is gender? Observations from a transgender perspective

ANU Circle for Gender Equity; The ANU Queer Department; TranzAustralia
18 May 2015 - 6:00pm

What is gender? Should gender exist? How does your gender presentation affect the way you are treated by society? To what extent is feminism supporting transgender individuals? What can we do about these issues? Hear from Transgender individuals uniquely placed to answer these questions! 

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