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 […]
The SA Division annual Blue Stocking dinner will be held on Thursday 17 August 2017 The dinner will feature as our main speaker the famous Black Feminist Ranter, Celeste Liddle. The evening will also be a fundraiser for the SA Working Women’s Centre. Tickets to the dinner are $45 and need to be booked in […]
The Fay Gale Centre invites you to the launch of River Dialogues: Hindu Faith and the Political Ecology of Dams on the Sacred Ganga by Georgina Drew, with introduction by Professor Timothy Doyle. To be held on Friday 18th August 2017, 3.00 – 4.00 pm in Napier G25, University of Adelaide. Please RSVP by August 15th to email@example.com For […]
The biennial Carole Pateman Book Prize is due to be awarded in 2017. This prize is for the best book published in the specified eligibility period on the topic of gender and politics, broadly defined. Criteria on which entries will be judged: Significance of contribution to gender and politics research through effective incorporation of gender […]
‘The Challenge of Social Democracy': Don Dunstan and women’s rights in 1970s South Australia The FGC is delighted to host Professor Angela Woollacott (Manning Clark Professor of History, Australian National University) who will present a paper entitled : The Challenge of Social Democracy': Don Dunstan and women’s rights in 1970s South Australia’, Friday 7th April […]
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 […]
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.