Monthly Archives: August 2015
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 […]
Prof Barbara Pocock gave the 2015 Academy of Social Sciences in Australia Fay Gale Lecture on 18th August to a full audience. Her lecture was entitled: “Holding up half the sky? Women at work in the 21st century”. It explored the consequences of the most significant change in the Australian labour market in the past […]
Seminar to be presented by Hannah Landecker, 10th September 2 pm “Eating history: food, body, and temporality in the postindustrial era”
Eating history: food, body, and temporality in the postindustrial era A seminar presented by Associate Professor Hannah Landecker, Director of the Institute for Society and Genetics, University of California Los Angeles. Scientific or technical things and ideas are also cultural, literary, political and philosophical in nature. However, modern disciplines have divided things up in very particular ways – […]
Male Champions of Change: talk by Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Elizabeth Broderick A/Prof Megan Warin and Prof Vivienne Moore were invited to attend a talk by Elizabeth Broderick, the Commonwealth Sex Discrimination Commissioner, on the Male Champions of Change initiative which she established four years ago. As many of you know, in June the VC announced […]
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.