This full day symposium asks timely questions about reproduction and family formation in Australia. New medical reproductive technologies, the transnational flow of reproductive tissues, and cross-border reproductive travel are often researched as distinct issues.
Gender and History group node will meet at 12.30pm on Friday 27 October in Fellows Bar. to discuss ‘Uneasy Juxtapositions: Situating Anti-Feminist and Ambiguously Feminist Women in Gender History and Feminist Theory’
A group of women from the Moree based Mubali: Sea of Bellies program are visiting the Australian National University. To mark the occasion, two consecutive events will take place: “Belly Yarn” Talk by Aunty Paula Duncan and “Belly Yarn” Exhibition Launch
In many areas of life LGBT people are now legally protected from discrimination. However, this seminar will argue that further progress needs to be made to achieve equality, particularly in public policy and policy implementation.
This seminar considers gender dimensions in theories of diplomacy; gender dimensions in diplomatic practices; the changing role of the diplomatic spouse; and sex, sexuality and diplomatic cultures. .I argue that the diplomatic spouse model with women in ancillary, decorative and undervalued roles has morphed into junior diplomats, or celebrity goodwill ambassadors
Dr. Philippa Hetherington (University College London)
18 September 2017 - 12:30pm
This talk will trace the genealogy of the ‘White Russian prostitute’ trope through the investigations of the League’s Traffic in Women Committee and the High Commission for Russian Refugees, detailing the responses of both Soviet and Chinese representatives in Geneva, and in doing so explore the gendered biopolitics of the international response to the interwar Russian refugee crisis.