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Call for abstracts: Gender, power relations and the use of evidence in policy

The Australian Journal of Public Administration is seeking abstracts for a special issue exploring the interplay between evidence, culture, and ideology in the realm of action on gender equity.

CFP: the processes of imaging / the imaging of processes

Call for Papers for a Special Issue of Catalyst: Feminism, Theory, Technoscience

CFP: critical studies of masculinities

The conference aims to discuss how different transnational processes and dynamics affect as well as transform theories, experiences, discussions, discourses and activism related to men and masculinities.

Call for papers: feminist experiences of law

This conference seeks to draw together a broad community of scholars and activists to consider, and reconsider, feminist experiences of law.

Call for papers: gender studies and gender research in times of the new governance of science

Papers are sought for a book project exploring innovation in gender studies in the context of managerialism and the demand for scientific excellence.

Call for papers - Technicity, temporality, embodiment: the 10th international somatechnics conference

This conference is intended to extend this focus on bodily techniques and embodied technologies to engage with recent theories of time and temporalities, as well as feminist, queer and trans historiography.

Political masculinities as agents of change: call for papers

Interdisciplinary Conference aiming to encourage and develop diverse understanding concerning political masculinities as agents of change. Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge (United Kingdom) Submission deadline Friday 29 April 2016.

Negotiating competing demands: 21st century motherhood: call for papers

This conference will explore, examine, critique, theorise and respond to key issues related to how mothers negotiate competing demands in the twenty first century.

Call for Papers: Interrogating the Fertility Decline in Europe

This international and interdisciplinary workshop aims at analysing 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. Special attention is paid to East-West- comparisons since the 1960s.

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