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Feminists at law: revisiting identity symposium

What place should “identity” have in feminist approaches to the law in 2017? Can “identity” still be used as a legitimate critical and strategic category?

2019 Catharine R. Stimpson prize for outstanding feminist scholarship

This award recognizes work by emerging feminist scholars who are in the early years of their careers (fewer than seven years since receipt of the terminal degree). This includes current graduate students. All submissions for the prize will be considered for publication, and submissions can be on any topic in feminist scholarship.

Gender and the rise of the global right

Signs is currently seeking submissions for their upcoming special issue, "Gender and the Rise of the Global Right"

Demographic change, women’s emancipation and public policy: interrogating a divisive nexus – gender and intersectional perspectives

Call for abstracts for the international workshop "Demographic Change, Women’s Emancipation and Public Policy: Interrogating a Divisive Nexus – Gender and Intersectional Perspectives"

Call for papers: RINGS conference 2017

This is a call for RINGS members. However, member organizations are encouraged to invite others towards extending membership, with particular emphasis on strengthening the participation of those from countries in the global South.

Feminist Foreign Policy - call for articles

Feminist Foreign Policy is currently putting out a call for articles to further explore the idea of "The Gap" insofar as it may relate to voting, wages, policy preferences, representation or any other social, political, economic and/or cultural site that demands feminist analysis.

Call for presenters - Feminist utopias: past, present, and imagined

In this dystopic climate, how can we refocus feminist visions of transforming society across the divides of gender, race, class, ability, and global region?

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.

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