The CrissCross Conference is the inaugural research, planning and strategy workshop of OLIRN (Ongoing Legacies of Discrimination and Violence Network), a new international network initially linking researchers in Canada and Australia (2017), with likely development into further links with researchers in UK and Sweden (2018/2019). The OLIRN-CrissCross Conference focuses on the following conference themes/streams: Exploring […]
FRANFEST (Feminist Renewal Art Network) Symposium: Feminism, Art and Activism 40 years FRANFest is a month-long, multi-venue event highlighting the work of women (and gender-diverse and non-binary) artists. It is to be held in South Australia from 25 August-24 September 2017. As part of FRANFest, a 2-day symposium (16-17 September) is being held in conjunction […]
The fourth annual South Australian Postgraduate & Early Career Researcher Gender and Sexuality Studies Conference is on next week. The conference title is: Art(i)culations of Violence: Gender, sex, sexuality and the politics of injury and revivification. A fantastic line up of speakers and for more information visit the website. Congratulations to all who have been […]
Art(i)culations of Violence: Gender, sex, sexuality and the politics of injury and revivification will be held on July 13-14 at the Bradley Forum, University of South Australia, City West Campus. It will feature exciting keynote speakers and panelists including Quinn Eades and more TBA. This is an interdisciplinary conference that aims to bring together a […]
The third annual postgraduate and ECR Gender and Sexuality Studies conference, Intersections 2016, will be held on September 19-20 at the Bradley Forum, University of South Australia, City West Campus.The aim of the conference is to provide postgraduate students from across South Australia with a collegial and collaborative environment in which to share their research. […]
Australian Feminist Studies has kindly sponsored a travel award for “Technicity, Temporality, Embodiment: the 10th International Somatechnics Conference,” co-hosted by Southern Cross University and the University of Queensland, to be held in Byron Bay 1-3 Dec, 2016. Please click here for the CFP.
The call for abstracts is now open for the Gender and the Politics of Shame Conference, 14 November 2015, Gender Institute, London. For more information please view the call for abstracts at the conference website. Abstracts of not more than 500 words are due by 1 September 2015.