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2015 prizes for excellence in gender research

Wednesday 6th July, the Gender Institute held our annual event to announce the 2015 Gender Institute Prizes for Excellence in Gender Research. Members and colleagues gathered to celebrate another year of the ANU Gender Institute's work and the fantastic work of our prize winners.

Honours Thesis: Roseanna Bricknell from the ANU College of Law  

When Rumpelstiltskin Comes to Collect: A Feminist Labour Argument against Employer Sponsored Oocyte Cryopreservation in Australia 

PhD Thesis: Dr Hannah McCann from the School of Sociology 

Re-Reading the Feminine Present: Affective and Queer Transformations

Journal Article: Meredith Edelman (pictured below) from the RegNet School of Regulation and Global Governance

An Unexpected Path: Bankruptcy, Justice, and Intersecting Identities in the Catholic Sexual Abuse Scandals

Ms Edelman said it was an honour to be recognised for her work.

"The Gender Institute is a really wonderful way to support feminist work across the University, and I am really honoured that my paper was considered and selected from what I am sure was an impressive group," she said. Read the full interview here.

Meredith Edelman. Image: Stuart Hay, ANU

From left: Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) Professor Marnie Hughes-Warrington, Anne Macduff (supervisor of Roseanna Bricknell), Meredith Edelman, Associate Professor Helen Keane (supervisor of Dr Hannah McCann), former GI Convenor Associate Professor Fiona Jenkins.

Updated:  7 November, 2012/Responsible Officer:  Convenor, Gender Institute/Page Contact:  Web manager, Gender Institute