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Monthly Archives: May 2015

Launch of Dangerous Ideas – Women’s Liberation – Women’s Studies – Around the World

A large crowd gathered at Imprints Bookstore on the 10 February to hear Dr Zora Simic, Women’s and Gender Studies at the UNSW, launch this latest book by Professor Emerita Susan Magarey AM, FASSA. Guests included the Vice Chancellor Professor Warren Bebbington and a number of distinguished academic figures from interstate including Professor Lyndall Ryan (Newcastle University), […]

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Recap: 6th South Australian Women’s and Gender Studies Annual Public Lecture

The lecture, sponsored by the Fay Gale Centre, Women’s Studies at Flinders University, the Research Centre for Gender Studies at UniSA and Gender Studies and Social Analysis at the University of Adelaide was held at the Flinders University City Campus on Friday May 15th. The lecture, chaired by Dr Heather Brooks (Flinders University), was very […]

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Category 1 funds to reduce violence against women and their children

Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety Limited (ANROWS) is an independent, not-for-profit company established as an initiative under Australia’s National Plan to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children 2010-2022 (the National Plan). It is jointly funded by the Commonwealth and all state and territory governments of Australia, who are the members of the […]

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See How She Runs: Feminists Rethink Fitness – Call for papers

International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics – Call for Papers EXTENDED SUBMISSION DATE: June 1, 2015. Special issue Vol 9, No. 2: See How She Runs: Feminists Rethink Fitness Guest Editors: Samantha Brennan and Tracy Isaacs Fitness is a neglected concept in bioethics but fitness is of key importance to women’s health and well-being. […]

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Dis/Located Children Project

Dis/Located Children: Children in/and Care Workshops 2015 This wide-ranging project uses the umbrella term ‘Dis/located children’ to bring together scholars interrogating the experiences of children and young people at the margins of society or who otherwise do not or cannot conform to normative ideals around childhood. The primary aim of the project is to encourage […]

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Recap: Rob Cover’s Book Launch

‘Vulnerability and Exposure: footballer scandals, masculine identity and ethics’ On Wednesday 8th April Professor Chris Beasley launched Associate Professor Rob Cover’s new book, Vulnerability and Exposure: footballer scandals, masculine identity and ethics (UWA Publishing). The subject of the book is the elite male Australian Rules football player. Chris spoke of how Rob’s careful analysis of […]

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Recap: Catherine Speck’s Book Launch

‘Beyond the Battlefield: Women Artists of the Two World Wars’ On February 6th 2015, on a late opening Friday night, people packed into the Art Gallery of South Australia to see and hear Professor Cathy Speck’s new book ‘Beyond the Battlefield: Women Artists of the Two World Wars’ launched by the gallery director, Nick Mitzevich. […]

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