This postgraduate workshop aims to open up an interdisciplinary conversation on the gendered dimensions of science and technology.
Professor Hilary Charlesworth in conversation with Professor Louise Chappell.
While the term eugenics has disappeared from our vocabulary, do contemporary reprogenetic policies share anything with this earlier programme?
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.
This symposium will explore the forms gendered practices take in the discipline such as philosophy, and consider the relationship between the production of knowledge and the gendered hierarchies of value that shape disciplinary spaces.
What are the possibilities and challenges of feminist sociology in the 21st century? What becomes of the transformative force of feminism when its insights are incorporated into a discipline?
The following grants have been awarded by the Gender Institute in 2016.
ARC success for Gender Institute members
Ann McGrath wins NSW Premier’s History Award for her book 'Illicit Love'
Dr Carolyn Strange and Professor Melanie Nolan elected social science fellows
Gender bias in Australian media
Two ANU academics in the 100 women of influence list
Gendered innovations in the social sciences conference registration now open
Make reporting of workplace sexual harassment the new normal
Scary monsters: the hopeful undecidability of David Bowie (1947-2016)
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