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The Province of all Humankind: A Feminist Analysis of Space Law

This chapter argues that greater diversity is needed in the space sector, and this will only be achieved when women feel they are truly part of the structures and institutions that govern space.

9 March 2021

National Library of Australia Fellowships

Applications for the 2022 National Library Fellowships program are now open, and close at 5pm (AEST), Monday 26 April 2021.

3 March 2021

ANU Gender Institute response to media coverage of ‘Every Voice - Gender Inclusive Handbook'

ANU Gender Institute response to media coverage of EVERY VOICE - GENDER INCLUSIVE HANDBOOK

25 February 2021

Work-from-home during COVID-19: Accounting for the care economy to build back better

This article points to the need for rethinking public investment and infrastructure priorities for economic recovery and reconstruction in the light of a gender perspective on COVID-19 ‘lockdown’ experience.

24 February 2021

Meeting with Latin American Ambassadors

ANCLAS and the Gender Institute co-hosted a productive discussion with Ambassadors from Latin America on 17/2/2021

23 February 2021

#HC4ADay Competition - International Women’s Day 2021

Ever wondered what it would be like to be a British High Commissioner, Consul-General or a Director of the British Council for a day? We have opportunities for all young women, including trans+, in Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Perth and Brisbane

23 February 2021

Call for Papers: Gender, War and Coerced Labour (Special Issue of Labor History)

This special issue of Labor History will examine the intersecting themes of gender, war and coerced labour from a historical perspective to ask new questions about, and propose new conceptual frameworks for, degrees, forms and sites of coercion and...

18 February 2021

Call for Papers: Gender in Catastrophic Times

How is gender mediated through and by catastrophe? How has gender contributed to or even caused catastrophe? And how have people reconsidered or reframed gender and gender norms in light of catastrophe?

17 February 2021

Imperial Conquest, Violent Encounters, and Changing Gender Relations in Colonial Warfare, 1830s–1910s

This chapter assesses the intersections of gender and militarised violence on frontiers and in the daily life of colonial societies.

12 February 2021

Lecturer in Gender and Sexuality Studies (Teaching and Research)

Job reference: HUM-016282

Location: Oxford Road, Manchester, UK

Closing date: 03/03/2021

Salary: £36,914 to £51,034 per annum, depending on relevant experience...

12 February 2021

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