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Online survey: I am a woman and I work in academia

I am a woman and I work in academia: An international collection of female academics’ perspectives and experiences of their work. Researchers at the University of the Sunshine Coast are interested in knowing more about the experiences of women in academia. As yet, few studies have explored women’s perspectives and experiences as academics in Australian […]

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Important research networking event

Please come along to a lunch time event to meet staff from the Office for Women, including the Manager of Policy, Annie Francis, Veronika Petroff and Ellie McEvoy. The Office for Women are very interested to hear about the Fay Gale Centre, and they will also tell us what activities they are engaged in. This […]

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2017 ABR Gender Fellowship

2017 ABR Gender Fellowship Australian Book Review is pleased to reopen the ABR Gender Fellowship following the non-awarding of the Fellowship in the first round. We seek proposals for a substantial article on any aspect of gender in Australian literature (any genre). We have broadened the criteria and we welcome proposals from writers, commentators, and […]

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ARC releases gender equality plan

The Australian Research Council (ARC) has released its Gender Equality Action Plan for 2015–16, highlighting actions it will take in the coming months to improve awareness and information about gender equality in research. The ARC has also released its Gender Equality in Research Statement—a statement of support and expectations for gender equality. Interested members can […]

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Mentoring Programme for New Academic Writers – Australian Feminist Studies

A reminder that this fabulous mentoring scheme on writing will be announced early in the new year. The inspiration behind this initiative belongs to the Editors-in-Chief of Australian Feminist Studies (AFS) – Professors Maryanne Dever and Lisa Adkins. We encourage those of you who are eligible to apply. More information on eligibility criteria and the […]

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Grant success for Fay Gale members

Many congratulations to those members who were awarded Australian Research Council grants last week. Some of you may remember Georgina Drew workshopping her research ideas on water and gender at one of the Fay Gale grant application sessions we ran last November. We also acknowledge all the hard work and investment by all applicants who […]

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A new ‘ERA’ of women and leadership: The gendered impact of quality assurance in Australian higher education (AUR 57 02)

A new ‘ERA’ of women and leadership: The gendered impact of quality assurance in Australian higher education (AUR 57 02) Briony Lipton Australian National University Abstract: Quality assurance policies and practices are critical to the performance of Australian universities both in terms of national funding and international prestige and are redefining the future of the […]

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Unpredictable feelings: academic women under research audit

This article, published by Barbara M. Grant and Vivienne Elizabeth, explores the effects of the Performance-Based Research Fund on academic women. Abstract: Academic research is subject to audit in many national settings. In Aotearoa/New Zealand, the government regulates the flow of publicly funded research income into tertiary institutions through the Performance-Based Research Fund (PBRF). This article […]

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New Lexington Book Series – Call for proposals

Expressions of interest are now open for a new Lexington Book Series on Critical Perspectives on the Psychology of Gender, Sexuality and Queer Studies. Series Editors: Damien W. Riggs, Rebecca Stringer, and A. L. Jones For more information please download the SERIES Psychology Flyer.

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Lilith: A Feminist History Journal – Call for Papers

Lilith: A Feminist History Journal is seeking submissions for our next issue. Please note that Lilith only publishes articles that constitute an original piece of research. Lilith will also consider publishing un-refereed reviews and discussion pieces. We particularly encourage submissions from Australian and international postgraduate students and early career researchers. Submissions for the 2016 issue must be received by  30 […]

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