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A tale of three book launches

GI member Ann McGrath reflects on the importance of the book launch to bring researchers together.

Men of war, men of peace: changing masculinities in Vanuatu

In the recent special double issue of the Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology Gender Institute Convenor Professor Margaret Jolly has published an article exploring masculinities in Vanuatu.

Professor Margaret Jolly takes over as Convenor of the Gender Institute

Professor Margaret Jolly has agreed to take over the role of Convenor of the Gender Institute from Kim Rubenstein from this week.

Prof Ann McGrath wins prestigious history prize

The Gender Institute congratulates one of our members, Professor Ann McGrath, who has been awarded one of Queensland's most prestigious awards for her book on the hidden history of interracial relationships between Indigenous people and settlers.

Tamara Browne awarded the Brocher Foundation residency fellowship

Congratulations to one of our members, Tamara Browne, who has been awarded the prestigious Brocher Foundation Residency fellowship to work on her project “Rethinking Parental Autonomy in Sex Selection” in Geneva in the summer of 2017.

Gender Institute members receive 2016 Vice-Chancellor's awards for excellence in education

The Gender Institute congratulates our members who were amongst the recipients of this year's Vice-Chancellor's awards for excellence in education.

Exile in Colonial Asia: Kings, convicts, commemoration

Gender Institute member Associate Professor Ronit Ricci has just published Exile in Colonial Asia: Kings, Convicts, Commemoration, an edited collection that explores the phenomenon of exile within and from colonial Asia between the seventeenth and early twentieth centuries from several disciplinary perspectives.

Emeritus Prof Alison Booth made founding fellow of the EALE

The Gender Institute congratulates one of our members, Emeritus Professor Alison Booth, who has been made a Founding Fellow of the European Association of Labour Economists (EALE)

ACT MACW survey

ACT Ministerial Advisory Committee for Women (MACW) is trying to collect some very basic information from women from as many walks of life as possible via their survey, to guide their advice to the ACT Minister for Women.

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