Speakers abstract: A number of epidemiological and clinical studies suggest that the lack of ‘gender sensitive’ drug treatment services for women represents a pressing social problem, second only to the problem of women’s substance use itself.
Are women prime ministers stalked by “lipstick watch” - persistent media interest in their hair, clothing, personal grooming practices and sexual allure? If so, what does it mean?
Postgraduate students and early career researchers at the ANU are invited to attend this Masterclass on feminist media analysis, which explores approaches and methods for analysing media texts and argues that such analysis is crucial for understanding politics and gendered power relations.
Part of the Gender Institute 2014 public lecture series 'Feminist Theory Now', co-presented with the Centre for International and Public Law
The 2014 Astronomical Society of Australia Women in Astronomy Workshop will be hosted at ANU in August. All are welcome, regardless of gender, background or seniority.