Research output

Australian Feminist Studies, vol 29, issue 80, 2014

The papers in this special issue of Australian Feminist Studies began in a major workshop at the Australian National University in 2012 which was part of the pilot research for the GESS project.

Discriminating well: On excellence in philosophy and ways of seeing disciplinary space

By Fiona Jenkins in Rivista di estetica, n.s., n. 64 (1/2017), LVII, pp. 00-00

Does feminist history have a future?

By Joy Damousi, Australian Feminist Studies, vol 29, issue 80, 2014: Gendered Excellence in the Social Sciences

Epistemic credibility and women in philosophy

By Fiona Jenkins, Australian Feminist Studies, vol 29, issue 80, 2014: Gendered Excellence in the Social Sciences

Feminism and the complexities of gender and health

By Helen Keane, Australian Feminist Studies, vol 29, issue 80, 2014: Gendered Excellence in the Social Sciences

Feminism in the social sciences of health and illness

By Dorothy H. Broom, Australian Feminist Studies, vol 29, issue 80, 2014: Gendered Excellence in the Social Sciences

Feminist innovation in philosophy: Relational autonomy and social justice

By Catriona Mackenzie in Gendered innovations in the social sciences [Special issue], Women’s Studies International Forum

Feminist innovations and new institutionalism

By Jennifer Curtin in 'Gender innovation in political science: New norms, new knowledge' (London: Palgrave Macmillan).

Feminist institutionalism and gender-sensitive parliaments: Relating theory and practice

By Sonia Palmieri in 'Gender innovation in political science: New norms, new knowledge' (London: Palgrave Macmillan).

Feminist political science and feminist politics

By Marian Sawer, Australian Feminist Studies, vol 29, issue 80, 2014: Gendered Excellence in the Social Sciences

Feminist scholarship and the public realm in postcolonial Australia

By Raewyn Connell, Australian Feminist Studies, vol 29, issue 80, 2014: Gendered Excellence in the Social Sciences

Gender and feminism in the social sciences: equity, excellence and knowledge in the disciplines

By Fiona Jenkins and Helen Keane, Australian Feminist Studies, vol 29, issue 80, 2014: Gendered Excellence in the Social Sciences

Gender in the social sciences: field of study or form of inequity?

By Ann Curthoys, Australian Feminist Studies, vol 29, issue 80, 2014: Gendered Excellence in the Social Sciences

Gender innovation in political science: New norms, new knowledge

In this book, leading gender scholars survey the contribution of feminist scholarship to new norms and knowledge in diverse areas of political science and related political practice.

Gender research and discursive policy framing

By Carol Johnson in 'Gender innovation in political science: New norms, new knowledge' (London: Palgrave Macmillan).

Gender research and the study of institutional transfer and norm transmission

By Jacqui True in 'Gender innovation in political science: New norms, new knowledge' (London: Palgrave Macmillan).

Gender research in international relations

By Ann J. Tickner in 'Gender innovation in political science: New norms, new knowledge' (London: Palgrave Macmillan).

Gender, inter/disciplinarity and marginality in the social sciences and humanities: A comparison across six disciplines

By Rebecca Pearse, James N. Hitchcock and Helen Keane in Gendered innovations in the social sciences [Special issue], Women’s Studies International Forum

Gendered innovations in economics: Marilyn Waring’s approach to social science research

By Paul Dalziel and Caroline Saunders in Gendered innovations in the social sciences [Special issue], Women’s Studies International Forum

Gendered innovations in the social sciences [Special issue], Women’s Studies International Forum,

This special issue of Women's Studies International Forum presents evidence that feminist approaches and gendered analysis are marginalised to a greater or lesser extent across most of the range of social science disciplines.

Hard heads and soft hearts: the gendering of Australian political science

By Carol Johnson, Australian Feminist Studies, vol 29, issue 80, 2014: Gendered Excellence in the Social Sciences

How the absence of women became a democratic deficit: The role of feminist political science

By Marian Sawer in 'Gender innovation in political science: New norms, new knowledge' (London: Palgrave Macmillan).

Ignorance, injustice and the politics of knowledge: feminist epistemology now

By Lorraine Code, Australian Feminist Studies, vol 29, issue 80, 2014: Gendered Excellence in the Social Sciences

Inclusion and exclusion: Contributions of a feminist approach to power

By S. Laurel Weldon in 'Gender innovation in political science: New norms, new knowledge' (London: Palgrave Macmillan).

Introduction: New norms, new knowledge

By Kerryn Baker in 'Gender innovation in political science: New norms, new knowledge' (London: Palgrave Macmillan).

IPSA gender and diversity monitoring report 2017

This survey was conducted by IPSA during late 2017 and early 2018. It asked questions about gender balance in relation to membership, leadership positions in the PSA, conference participation, and in the editorships of journals published through PSAs as well as whether PSAs had a women’s caucus, a specialist group devoted to the research study of gender and politics, or other working groups pertaining to gender and the profession.

Organising for a more diverse political science: Australia and New Zealand

By Marian Sawer and Jennifer Curtin, European Political Science, vol 15, issue 4, December 2016, pp. 441—456

Power, exclusion and empowerment: Feminist innovation in political science

By S. Laurel Weldon in Gendered innovations in the social sciences [Special issue], Women’s Studies International Forum

The loneliness of the feminist historian

By Ann McGrath, Australian Feminist Studies, vol 29, issue 80, 2014: Gendered Excellence in the Social Sciences

The thorny path to a more inclusive discipline

By Monica Costa and Marian Sawer in 'Gender innovation in political science: New norms, new knowledge' (London: Palgrave Macmillan).

Uncovering the gendered effects of voting systems: A few thoughts about representation of women and of LGBT people

By Manon Tremblay in 'Gender innovation in political science: New norms, new knowledge' (London: Palgrave Macmillan).

What feminist research has contributed to social movement studies

By Merrindahl Andrew in 'Gender innovation in political science: New norms, new knowledge' (London: Palgrave Macmillan).

Work (still) in progress: Establishing the value of gendered innovations in the social sciences

By Fiona Jenkins, Helen Keane and Claire Donovan in Gendered innovations in the social sciences [Special issue], Women’s Studies International Forum

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