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CFP: Movement(s) and Mobility NTU-ANU-UNISA gender studies symposium 2017

“Movement(s) and Mobility” is a Gender Studies Symposium that seeks to glean the intersections between gender, movement(s) and mobility.

CFP: Political masculinities and populism

This conference is the latest in a series dedicated toward the topic of political masculinities having first taken place in 2012.

CFP: Doing science – doing excellence – doing inequalities?

What is ongoing in academia with respect to scientific knowledge production, excellence and inequalities? This international and interdisciplinary research workshop will explore this from a critical perspective which is informed by gender and intersectionality.

Call for papers: Women in the creative arts

The School of Music at the Australian National University is pleased to announce a call for papers and submissions for an innovative research conference on “Women in the Creative Arts” to be held at the school from 10-12 August 2017.

Call for papers: embodied masculinities

This issue of HARTS & Minds invites submissions exploring the range of discourses and representational practices that have helped to frame/construct the male body as an object freighted with ideological and social significance.

Call for proposals: Making space for feminism in the neo-liberal academy

FWSA and University of Strathclyde invite researchers – academic or otherwise – to submit proposals for the Feminist and Women’s Studies Association (FWSA) biennial conference 2017

Call for papers: How the personal became political

An interdisciplinary 2-day symposium at Australian National University

CFP: Gender, institutions and change

The conference is open to all those interested in gendered institutional analysis.

Call for papers: Interrogating the fertility decline in Europe

This workshop aims to explore the causes and consequences of the fertility decline in politics, social practices and cultural representations from a critical perspective which is informed by gender and intersectionality.

Call for abstracts: National multicultural women's conference 2015

The inaugural National Multicultural Women’s Conference 2016 – Influencing change: Vision and Impact, to be held from 3-4 November 2016 at the Parkroyal Hotel, Parramatta.

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