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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.

30th anniversary special issue of Australian Feminist Studies now available

The editors' choice special issue marking the 30th anniversary of the establishment of Australian Feminist Studies has just been made available online.

Women in academia crossing north–south borders: gender, race, and displacement - book release

The Gender Institute is delighted to congratulate member Zuleika Arashiro and her co-editor, Malba Barahona, on the publication of Women in Academia Crossing North–South Borders: Gender, Race, and Displacement.

Dr Susan Harris-Rimmer named Australian representative to the W20

The Gender Institute congratulates member Dr Susan Harris-Rimmer who, along with Ms Anne Fulwood, was named one of the first Australian representatives to the W20

Falling Through the Net?

A background paper, “Falling through the Net? Gender and Social Protection in the Pacific,” by Gender Institute member’s Margaret Jolly, Helen Lee, Katherine Lepani, Anna Naupa and Michelle Rooney, has been published as one of the first papers in the new UN Women Discussion Paper Series.

Social collateral: women and microfinance in Paraguay’s smuggling economy

This new book by Gender Institute member Dr Caroline E Schuster focuses on gender and finance in global development and Latin America.

Judges' maiden speeches: Dr Heather Roberts on ABC 'Law Report'

Catch up on The ABC Law Report program (linked below) from June 2, 2015 where Dr Heather Roberts, Gender Institute member and lecturer at ANU College of Law, discusses "some eye-opening differences between the welcome speeches for male and female judges"


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