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Queer legacies, new solidarities

This conference invites presentations and panels on a wide variety of historical and contemporary topics, from a wide variety of disciplinary backgrounds, related to sex, gender and sexuality, including work on masculinity and heterosexuality. 

Australian gender economics workshop 2019

Call for papers: AGEW invites the submission of research papers on any topic on gender economics.

Making international law work for women post-conflict: new voices 26-27 November 2018

Call for papers for the workshop ‘Making international law work for women post-conflict: new voices’. The workshop is funded by the British Academy and the Open University Citizenship & Governance Strategic Research Area

Activating human rights: Sexual orientation, gender identity and intersex status

Inviting relevant presentations in key focus areas: Students and Staff; the Workplace and the Classroom; Trans and Intersex; Intersectionality. Contributions outside these areas are also welcome.

Happy anniversary? Reflecting on marriage equality

Inviting contributions from all research levels, activists and community groups, and encourage the contributions of minority groups for 2-day conference "Happy Anniversary? Reflecting on Marriage Equality"

Working women and gendered labour

This call for papers is for a Special Issue of Labour History, to be published November 2019: “Working Women and Gendered Labour.”

(En)gendering colonisation in the Pacific: Indigenous masculinities, identities and genders

The National Indigenous Research and Knowledges Network (NIRAKN) is pleased to announce the Call for Papers and invites presenters to submit abstracts for the 2018 research conference titled '(En)gendering Colonisation in the Pacific: Indigenous Masculinities, Identities and Genders'

Call for papers 2018 Indigenous Conferences 

ICS Australia is proud to announce the launch of its 2018 Indigenous Conferences which takes you to Cairns, Canberra and Brisbane with broad range of topics in Indigenous affairs.

Call for papers: ‘The past is a position: History, activism and privilege’

As feminists, how do we think histories of activism and protest are being, and should be, told?

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