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Join us at this end-of-semester academic career reception to unpack and explore assumptions and challenges surrounding gender in international security scholarship and this academic career path.
In The Oocyte Economy Catherine Waldby draws on 130 interviews---with scientists, clinicians, and women who have either donated or frozen their oocytes or received those of another woman---to trace how the history of human oocytes' perceived value intersects with the biological and social life of women.
Excellence and Gender Equality: Critical Perspectives on Gender and Knowledge in the Humanities and Social Sciences
This conference explores the intersection of gender equality and academic evaluation of excellence, with a specific focus on the Humanities and Social Science (HASS) disciplines.
The link between sport and human rights has come into sharp focus in this country in recent months, after the successful return of former Bahrainian footballer and refugee Hakeem Al-Araibi to Australia. Internationally, there is increasing rights talk in sport.
Leadership in the legal profession does not reflect the public it serves, even though women have entered law in numbers equal to men for decades.
In the last decade, public discussions of transgender issues have increased exponentially. However, with this increased visibility has come not just power, but regulation, both in favour of and against trans people.