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  • Assistant Professor for Diversity and Minorities

    You will work in the research group Minorities and Multilingualism, associated to the Chair for Frisian Language and Culture. We are a dynamic and international team of researchers and lecturers. You will prepare, oversee, teach and evaluate courses on Minorities in a Multilingual context, with focus on the sociological and anthropological dimensions of Minority Studies. You will work in a multi...

  • University Assistant (post doc) at the Research Platform GAIN – Gender: Ambivalent In_Visibilities

    Starting with September 1st, 2020, we intend to employ one research and teaching assistant (“post-doc“; 75 %) for four years (until August 31, 2024) as a member of the newly established Research Platform “Gender: Ambivalent In_Visibilities” at the University of Vienna. The Research Platform “Gender: Ambivalent In_Visibilities” analyses processes of gendered in_visibilities against...

  • CoSS PhD Scholarship – Latin America’s Queer Movements Between Transnationalism and Decoloniality

    University of Glasgow Information on the School/Research Group The School of Social and Political Sciences offers a dynamic research environment with a strong international profile and over 100 academic and research staff. The School combines five subject groups including Sociology, in which the PhD project will be based with a first supervisor, and Politics where the second supervisor is lo...

  • Futures of Feminist and Queer Solidarities: Connectivity, Materiality, and Mobility in a Digitalized World

    International Online Conference, September 30 - October 2, 2020 University of Gothenburg, Sweden What is the future of feminist and queer solidarities? Does it lie in digitalized transnational encounters or community-based small-scale local practices? Can solidarity, as a transformative kind of connectivity, open up a possibility of the ‘not yet’? What new inequalitie...

  • Challenging the Liberal World Order from Within, The Invisible History of the United Nations and the Global South, 1945-1981 (INVISIHIST)

    As per September 1, 2020, the Institute for History of Leiden University will appoint three PhD candidates within the ERC: Challenging the Liberal World Order from Within, The Invisible History of the United Nations and the Global South, 1945-1981 (INVISIHIST) Project description The main aim of this project is to reveal and unravel the invisible histories of the UN, transcending the domina...

  • Decolonizing Museum Cultures and Collections: Mapping Theory and Practice in East-Central Europe

    Decolonizing Museum Cultures and Collections: Mapping Theory and Practice in East-Central Europe International conference for heritage scholars and practitioners University of Warsaw, October 22-23, 2020* *COVID-19: Given the changing circumstances, we will consider moving the conference to online remote presentations if need be. Confirmed keynote speaker: Prof. Erica Lehrer (Concord...

  • Fully-funded PhD study at Birmingham City University: LGBTQ teaching row

    BCU School of Social Sciences has secured funding for an excellent candidate to work on an interdisciplinary research project entitled 'What can we learn from the LGBTQ teaching row in Birmingham?' Birmingham has hit the headlines because of protests against the inclusion of same sex relationships in sex and relationship education in schools. ...

  • Mediterranean masculinities (12th – 17th century)

    In: Genesis. Rivista della Società italiana delle Storiche, XX/1, 2021 (Edited by Denise Bezzina and Michaël Gasperoni) The journal Genesis is welcoming proposals for a monographic issue dedicated to Mediterranean masculinities between the late Middle Ages and Early Modern times. Scholarship has long established that one cannot speak of masculinity in the singular, as if it were a unique,...

  • Invisibilities and Uncertainties in Population Sciences

    Invisibilities and Uncertainties in Population Sciences 2020 Quetelet Seminar, 2-4 December 2020, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium Although information on individuals has never been so abundant, particularly through administrative databases (registers, censuses, surveys) or private databases (tracking of individuals on the internet or by telephone networks), many populations are partially, or sometimes...

  • Une histoire genrée des savoirs est-elle possible ? – Cahiers François Viète

    Après trois ans d'activités entre 2014 et 2017, une partie de l'équipe du séminaire Femmes et Savoirs de l'EHESS et Centre Alexandre Koyré lance un appel à contributions (en pièce jointe) pour la publication d'un dossier thématique intitulé Une histoire genrée des savoirs est-elle possible ? dans la revue des Cahiers François Viète (volume III. 11), dont la publication est prév...

  • Xenofeminism and other forms of realist and materialist feminism: A vantage point of a radically novel politics

    School for Politics and Critique 2020 XENOFEMINISM AND OTHER FORMS OF REALIST AND MATERIALIST FEMINISM: A VANTAGE POINT OF A RADICALLY NOVEL POLITICS Lecturers: Katerina Kolozova, Vincent Le, Nina Power, Patricia Reed, Alenka Zupančič The Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities, Skopje, with support from the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung Southeast Europe, is proud to announce the Schoo...

  • Projectcoördinator ‘Naar een diverse leraarskamer’

    Doelstelling van het project: De instroom van jongeren met een migratieachtergrond in de lerarenopleiding verhogen ORBIT vzw werft aan op basis van competenties en talenten. Kandidaten met een migratieachtergrond worden aangemoedigd om te solliciteren. Minder dan 5% van alle leerkrachten heeft een migratieachtergrond. Stad Antwerpen en ORBIT vzw krijgen ESF-middelen (oproep “innovatie do...

  • University Assistant (prae doc) at the Faculty of Historical and Cultural Studies

    The Vienna Doctoral School of Historical and Cultural Studies invites applications for 6 fully funded doctoral positions (3 years, non tenure) The newly established Vienna Doctoral School of Historical and Cultural Studies (SHCS) invites applications from excellent doctoral candidates who intend to pursue their PhD in a vibrant, international academic environment at the University of Vienna....

  • The “Good Life” in Times of Crisis – Gender Relations Put to the Test

    Gender - Zeitschrift für Geschlecht, Kultur und Gesellschaft The issue of the “good life” has been discussed in philosophy for more than 2000 years and is currently the subject of vivid debate. Recently, it has reached a new level of virulence. In the spring of 2020, the global crisis caused by the spread of COVID-19 and the measures taken to contain it are challenging many people’s conc...

  • APPEL À CONTRIBUTION POUR LE PROCHAIN HORS-SÉRIE DE LA REVUE « CHRONIQUE FÉMINISTE »

    À circonstances exceptionnelles, mesures exceptionnelles… Eu égard au contexte historique que nos sociétés traversent actuellement avec la pandémie de Covid 19, la revue « Chronique Féministe » consacrera un numéro spécial consacré à l’analyse multidimensionnelle de cette crise et de ses implications pour les femmes. Dans ce cadre, l’Université des Femmes lance un appel à con...

  • Master Genre Ehess / EUR GSST – Candidature 2020

    À la rentrée universitaire, le master Etudes sur le genre de l'EHESS devient le premier échelon du parcours gradué de l'Ecole universitaire de recherche (EUR) Sciences sociales du genre et de la sexualité / Gender & Sexuality Studies (GSST) EHESS-INED. Il s'agit d'une formation centrée les approches empiriques du genre et de la sexualité et sur leur articulation avec les autres rapports...

  • Assistant professor in Philosophy: Gender, Diversity, Intersectionality

    The Faculty of Humanities, Department of Philosophy, is looking for an Assistant Professor in Political and Social Philosophy, with focus on Gender, Diversity, Intersectionality. The ideal candidate for this position will have a strong record of publications in top international peer-reviewed journals, experience with acquiring third party funding, a broad philosophical background, outloo...

  • Climate Change, Gender, and Authoritarianism: Entanglements of Anti-Feminism and Anti-Environmentalism in the Far-Right

    We are seeking article proposals for a planned special issue of the journal Feminist Review. We invite innovative theoretical and empirical contributions based on original research and a strong feminist perspective that explore the relationship between far right authoritarianism, anti-feminism, and anti-environmentalism against the backdrop of climate change and pressing environmental crises....

  • Creating Knowledge the Feminist Way

    ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR FEMINISTISCHE POLITIKWISSENSCHAFT (FEMINIST JOURNAL OF POLITICAL SCIENCE) Call for Papers Volume 30, Issue 1, 2021 Methods are the inner framework of any research. They determine to a large extent the process of knowledge generation. Critical science therefore always needs methodological reflection especially when methods and their applications are evolving dyn...

  • International and Comparative Political Economy

    The Cologne Center for Comparative Politics and the Excellence Cluster ECONtribute (ECONtribute: Markets & Public Policy EXC 2126) are jointly hosting an international workshop on “International and Comparative Political Economy”. The workshop will feature the work of early career researchers working in this area. The workshop will offer four panels on different themes. Individual...

  • Q(ee)R Codes – New boundaries

    Q(ee)R Codes - New Boundaries in Brussel is op zoek naar vrouwen - cis, queer en trans - om deel te nemen aan ontmoetingen en discussies met kunstenares Anna Raimondo. Deze momenten van reflectie, analyse en collectief (dag)dromen vormen de basis voor individuele interviews, collectieve luisterlaboratoria, stedelijke wandelingen en gezellige momenten. Waar? 1000 Brussel (wijken Dansaert en Mar...

  • Call for participation Re(Connecting) Gender Studies

    De afgelopen decennia zijn genderstudies zowel gegroeid als geïnstitutionaliseerd, waardoor ze in toenemende mate diversifiëren, maar ook (in sommige opzichten) hun kritische reikwijdte verliezen. Genderstudies worden samen met de studie van seksualiteit, diversiteit, identiteit en machtsrelaties aangeboden en zijn verbonden aan feministische en intersectionele benaderingen. Het vakgebied omvat...

  • PhD Candidate: Sexuality and Masculinity in Populist Radical Right Leadership

    In what ways do the performance of, referral to, and position on masculinity and homosexuality help explain the differences in the success of the populist radical right leaders and parties (i.e. LPF, PVV and FvD) in Dutch society and its constituent parts? That is the central research question you will be asked to answer as our PhD candidate. Your main tasks will be to answer the researc...

  • Rethinking Social Reproduction in the Environmental Crisis

    This conference will now take place on Friday 23 October 2020, at Newnham College Cambridge. Contingency will be made for virtual presentations, in the case that travel restrictions are still in place due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The new deadline for the submission of papers is 23 June 2020. Organisers: Carolina Topini (PhD researcher, Institute of Gender Studies, University of Ge...

  • Bloomsbury Handbook of Religion, Gender, and Sexuality

    Editors Dawn Llewellyn (University of Chester), Sonya Sharma (Kingston University London), Sian Melvill Hawthorne (School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London) Call for Papers We are seeking papers for a new peer-reviewed edited volume, The Bloomsbury Handbook of Religion, Gender, and Sexuality. The aim is to generate a globally diverse, interdisciplinary and intersectional...

  • RINGS 2020 Decolonising Feminisms Conference CFP

    RINGS Conference and Annual Meeting 2020: Decolonising Feminisms 2-4 December 2020, Durban, South Africa For this conference we invite contributions engaging with the project of decolonising feminist scholarship and activism, not merely in symbolic and metaphorical ways, but with a commitment to material, structural change in the world. Such contributions could explore any of the following top...

  • Call for Papers: Edited Collection on “Positionalities in Area Studies”

    Call for Papers: Edited Collection on “Positionalities in Area Studies” Submission due date: July 15, 2020 by email Coeditors: Ashley Currier, Gergana Ivanova, and Sunnie Rucker-Chang   How do researchers’ identities and positionalities produce and restructure “area studies”? Following Tina M. Campt (1993, 115), we treat “positionality” as the “plural cultural, pol...

  • Gender Studies Conference 2020 – Reclaiming Futures

    The range of livable futures is being shaped dramatically, and possibly permanently, by several ongoing developments. Climate change and other environmental crises are undoing the material conditions of human and more-than-human life. The rise of right-wing populist politics and attacks on feminism and gender and sexual minorities are challenging the terms in which equality, difference and justice...

  • 4 jaar Doctoraatsbursaal: Hoe gaan scholen om met etnische diversiteit en welke gevolgen heeft dit?

    Project Je verricht onderzoek in het kader van het ECDIS-project: Een FWO-project naar hoe lagere scholen omgaan met Etnische, Culturele (raciale, religieuze en talige) Diversiteit op School en hoe dit samenhangt met overtuigingen van leraren, het zelfconcept en thuisvoelen van leerlingen en hun leerprestaties. Dit doe je aan de hand van kwantitatieve (vragenlijst) en kwalitatieve (focusgroep...

  • La Cité du Genre lance 3 Appels à Projets

    La Cité du Genre (CDG-Initiative Interdisciplinaire IdEx) promeut les études de genre à Université de Paris et ses partenaires de l’IdEx, notamment Sciences Po, Université Sorbonne Paris Nord et l’Inalco. Elle lance : un AàP scientifique, un AàP équipes juniors et une aide à publication-traduction pour 2020-2021. Une autre série d’AàP pour 2021-2022 devrait être publiée fin 202...

  • Lancement du Prix AFFDU-UWE

    Décerné au mois de septembre de chaque année, le prix est créé par l’Association Française des Femmes Diplômées des Universités (AFFDU) et par University Women of Europe (UWE). Ce prix couronne une biographie en langue française d’une auteure sur la vie de femmes ayant vécu en France ou à l’étranger. La Biographie doit être mise à la disposition du Jur...

  • The Gender of Borders

    Workshop - The Gender of Borders 26-27 November, 2020 Condorcet Campus, Paris The border as a subject of study has given rise to numerous interdisciplinary works producing rich analyses of the material, social and discursive forms produced by migration control. Although half of the people crossing borders are women, few studies have incorporated a gender perspective. Yet gender is a...

  • Invisibles ou trop visibles vieilles

    Invisibles ou trop visibles vieilles Appel à contributions pour le numéro de Nouvelles Questions Féministes 41/1 2022 Farinaz Fassa, Vanina Mozziconacci, Clothilde Palazzo-Crettol, Marion Repetti (coord.) La situation de pandémie du Covid-19 constitue un moment de cristallisation des catégories et révèle les regards qui se portent sur la vieillesse. Présenté·e·s comme les sujet...

  • “Critical Interventions”: Revisiting Global Appropriations of Black Cultures

    "Critical Interventions: Journal of African Art History and Visual Culture" titled Revisiting Global Appropriations of Black Cultures Guest Editor: Dr. Karina Simonson (Vilnius University, Lithuania): karina_simonson@yahoo.co.uk   The proposed issue of Critical Interventions addresses appropriations of black cultural aesthetics in regions that historically lack significant and vis...

  • Projectoproep 2020 – Dienst Gelijke kansen en vrouwenrechten van Sint-Gillis

    Projectoproep De dienst Gelijke kansen en vrouwenrechten ondersteunt vernieuwende projecten, ontwerpt en organiseert diverse sensibiliseringactiviteiten rond thema's zoals gendergelijkheid, ondersteuning van de LGBTQI-groep (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning en Intersex), strijd tegen racisme en alle vormen van discriminatie, bevordering van diversiteit in de samenleving en...

  • Special Issue “Young People, Sexual Health and Sexual Rights”

    Guest Editor: Dr. Malin Lindroth Having one’s sexual rights acknowledged can be understood as a prerequisite for experiencing sexual health and well-being. Young people below the age of 18 often lack legal or factual autonomy. In particular, they may lack access to youth-friendly and accurate information and education that protect and promote their sexual health, and respect their sexual rig...

  • Simone de Beauvoir Studies

    Simone de Beauvoir Studies (SdBS) is a peer-reviewed multidisciplinary journal dedicated to advancing scholarship relevant to the writings, thinking, and legacy of Simone de Beauvoir. Founded in 1983, the journal aims to cultivate outstanding scholarship within and across relevant disciplines and promote international and cross-cultural exchange. Simone de Beauvoir Studies places particular emphas...

  • Solidarity and Care during the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Solidarity and Care during the COVID-19 Pandemic is a public platform supported and produced by The Sociological Review. The ambition behind the initiative is to produce a collective research archive and dedicated public platform. It seeks to document and report on the lived experiences and caring strategies of diverse people and groups across the globe during the COVID-19 pandemic. The project...

  • Tels Quels Festival 2021

    La prochaine édition du festival Tels Quels aura lieu en janvier 2021. Il s'agira d'une édition spéciale, en effet, l'association fêtera ses 40 ans... Vous souhaitez proposer un projet culturel dans le cadre de ce festival ? Arts de la scène, expositions, conférences, lectures, concerts, performances, soirées festives, etc. N'hésitez pas à prendre contact avec l'organisation via f...

  • Simone de Beauvoir Studies 32.2

    Call for Papers Special issue "Situating Masculinities" Simone de Beauvoir Studies 32.2 Guest Editors: Todd W. Reeser and Kaliane Ung Deadline: March 1, 2021 As a bourgeoning wing of gender studies, Critical Studies on Men and Masculinities (CSMM) (or "Masculinity Studies") has been, and continues to be, deeply influenced by feminist thought. This special issue aims to place Beauvoir's corpu...

  • Call for submissions — Intersecting guidelines of care

    This is a call for contributions to build a compilation of collective guidelines of care in different fields and configurations — from informal affinity groups, activist collectives to arts organizations. This collection aims at sharing tools for safer and more ethical collaborations within groups, organizations and institutions. It originates in our recurrent feeling of lack of tools when fa...

  • GLAD ! Revue sur le langage, le genre, les sexualités

      Appel à contributions permanent    GLAD ! Revue sur le langage, le genre, les sexualités est une revue consacrée aux travaux scientifiques, artistiques et politiques articulant recherches sur le genre et les sexualités et recherches sur le langage. C'est une revue en ligne, inter- et transdisciplinaire, principalement francophone, qui cherche à créer un espace de discus...

  • Futures of Feminist and Queer Solidarities: Connectivity, Materiality, and Mobility in a Digitalized World

    International Online Conference, September 30 - October 2, 2020 University of Gothenburg, Sweden What is the future of feminist and queer solidarities? Does it lie in digitalized transnational encounters or community-based small-scale local practices? Can solidarity, as a transformative kind of connectivity, open up a possibility of the ‘not yet’? What new inequalitie...

  • Decolonizing Museum Cultures and Collections: Mapping Theory and Practice in East-Central Europe

    Decolonizing Museum Cultures and Collections: Mapping Theory and Practice in East-Central Europe International conference for heritage scholars and practitioners University of Warsaw, October 22-23, 2020* *COVID-19: Given the changing circumstances, we will consider moving the conference to online remote presentations if need be. Confirmed keynote speaker: Prof. Erica Lehrer (Concord...

  • Mediterranean masculinities (12th – 17th century)

    In: Genesis. Rivista della Società italiana delle Storiche, XX/1, 2021 (Edited by Denise Bezzina and Michaël Gasperoni) The journal Genesis is welcoming proposals for a monographic issue dedicated to Mediterranean masculinities between the late Middle Ages and Early Modern times. Scholarship has long established that one cannot speak of masculinity in the singular, as if it were a unique,...

  • Invisibilities and Uncertainties in Population Sciences

    Invisibilities and Uncertainties in Population Sciences 2020 Quetelet Seminar, 2-4 December 2020, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium Although information on individuals has never been so abundant, particularly through administrative databases (registers, censuses, surveys) or private databases (tracking of individuals on the internet or by telephone networks), many populations are partially, or sometimes...

  • Une histoire genrée des savoirs est-elle possible ? – Cahiers François Viète

    Après trois ans d'activités entre 2014 et 2017, une partie de l'équipe du séminaire Femmes et Savoirs de l'EHESS et Centre Alexandre Koyré lance un appel à contributions (en pièce jointe) pour la publication d'un dossier thématique intitulé Une histoire genrée des savoirs est-elle possible ? dans la revue des Cahiers François Viète (volume III. 11), dont la publication est prév...

  • Xenofeminism and other forms of realist and materialist feminism: A vantage point of a radically novel politics

    School for Politics and Critique 2020 XENOFEMINISM AND OTHER FORMS OF REALIST AND MATERIALIST FEMINISM: A VANTAGE POINT OF A RADICALLY NOVEL POLITICS Lecturers: Katerina Kolozova, Vincent Le, Nina Power, Patricia Reed, Alenka Zupančič The Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities, Skopje, with support from the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung Southeast Europe, is proud to announce the Schoo...

  • The “Good Life” in Times of Crisis – Gender Relations Put to the Test

    Gender - Zeitschrift für Geschlecht, Kultur und Gesellschaft The issue of the “good life” has been discussed in philosophy for more than 2000 years and is currently the subject of vivid debate. Recently, it has reached a new level of virulence. In the spring of 2020, the global crisis caused by the spread of COVID-19 and the measures taken to contain it are challenging many people’s conc...

  • APPEL À CONTRIBUTION POUR LE PROCHAIN HORS-SÉRIE DE LA REVUE « CHRONIQUE FÉMINISTE »

    À circonstances exceptionnelles, mesures exceptionnelles… Eu égard au contexte historique que nos sociétés traversent actuellement avec la pandémie de Covid 19, la revue « Chronique Féministe » consacrera un numéro spécial consacré à l’analyse multidimensionnelle de cette crise et de ses implications pour les femmes. Dans ce cadre, l’Université des Femmes lance un appel à con...

  • Master Genre Ehess / EUR GSST – Candidature 2020

    À la rentrée universitaire, le master Etudes sur le genre de l'EHESS devient le premier échelon du parcours gradué de l'Ecole universitaire de recherche (EUR) Sciences sociales du genre et de la sexualité / Gender & Sexuality Studies (GSST) EHESS-INED. Il s'agit d'une formation centrée les approches empiriques du genre et de la sexualité et sur leur articulation avec les autres rapports...

  • Climate Change, Gender, and Authoritarianism: Entanglements of Anti-Feminism and Anti-Environmentalism in the Far-Right

    We are seeking article proposals for a planned special issue of the journal Feminist Review. We invite innovative theoretical and empirical contributions based on original research and a strong feminist perspective that explore the relationship between far right authoritarianism, anti-feminism, and anti-environmentalism against the backdrop of climate change and pressing environmental crises....

  • Creating Knowledge the Feminist Way

    ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR FEMINISTISCHE POLITIKWISSENSCHAFT (FEMINIST JOURNAL OF POLITICAL SCIENCE) Call for Papers Volume 30, Issue 1, 2021 Methods are the inner framework of any research. They determine to a large extent the process of knowledge generation. Critical science therefore always needs methodological reflection especially when methods and their applications are evolving dyn...

  • International and Comparative Political Economy

    The Cologne Center for Comparative Politics and the Excellence Cluster ECONtribute (ECONtribute: Markets & Public Policy EXC 2126) are jointly hosting an international workshop on “International and Comparative Political Economy”. The workshop will feature the work of early career researchers working in this area. The workshop will offer four panels on different themes. Individual...

  • Q(ee)R Codes – New boundaries

    Q(ee)R Codes - New Boundaries in Brussel is op zoek naar vrouwen - cis, queer en trans - om deel te nemen aan ontmoetingen en discussies met kunstenares Anna Raimondo. Deze momenten van reflectie, analyse en collectief (dag)dromen vormen de basis voor individuele interviews, collectieve luisterlaboratoria, stedelijke wandelingen en gezellige momenten. Waar? 1000 Brussel (wijken Dansaert en Mar...

  • Call for participation Re(Connecting) Gender Studies

    De afgelopen decennia zijn genderstudies zowel gegroeid als geïnstitutionaliseerd, waardoor ze in toenemende mate diversifiëren, maar ook (in sommige opzichten) hun kritische reikwijdte verliezen. Genderstudies worden samen met de studie van seksualiteit, diversiteit, identiteit en machtsrelaties aangeboden en zijn verbonden aan feministische en intersectionele benaderingen. Het vakgebied omvat...

  • Rethinking Social Reproduction in the Environmental Crisis

    This conference will now take place on Friday 23 October 2020, at Newnham College Cambridge. Contingency will be made for virtual presentations, in the case that travel restrictions are still in place due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The new deadline for the submission of papers is 23 June 2020. Organisers: Carolina Topini (PhD researcher, Institute of Gender Studies, University of Ge...

  • Bloomsbury Handbook of Religion, Gender, and Sexuality

    Editors Dawn Llewellyn (University of Chester), Sonya Sharma (Kingston University London), Sian Melvill Hawthorne (School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London) Call for Papers We are seeking papers for a new peer-reviewed edited volume, The Bloomsbury Handbook of Religion, Gender, and Sexuality. The aim is to generate a globally diverse, interdisciplinary and intersectional...

  • RINGS 2020 Decolonising Feminisms Conference CFP

    RINGS Conference and Annual Meeting 2020: Decolonising Feminisms 2-4 December 2020, Durban, South Africa For this conference we invite contributions engaging with the project of decolonising feminist scholarship and activism, not merely in symbolic and metaphorical ways, but with a commitment to material, structural change in the world. Such contributions could explore any of the following top...

  • Call for Papers: Edited Collection on “Positionalities in Area Studies”

    Call for Papers: Edited Collection on “Positionalities in Area Studies” Submission due date: July 15, 2020 by email Coeditors: Ashley Currier, Gergana Ivanova, and Sunnie Rucker-Chang   How do researchers’ identities and positionalities produce and restructure “area studies”? Following Tina M. Campt (1993, 115), we treat “positionality” as the “plural cultural, pol...

  • Gender Studies Conference 2020 – Reclaiming Futures

    The range of livable futures is being shaped dramatically, and possibly permanently, by several ongoing developments. Climate change and other environmental crises are undoing the material conditions of human and more-than-human life. The rise of right-wing populist politics and attacks on feminism and gender and sexual minorities are challenging the terms in which equality, difference and justice...

  • La Cité du Genre lance 3 Appels à Projets

    La Cité du Genre (CDG-Initiative Interdisciplinaire IdEx) promeut les études de genre à Université de Paris et ses partenaires de l’IdEx, notamment Sciences Po, Université Sorbonne Paris Nord et l’Inalco. Elle lance : un AàP scientifique, un AàP équipes juniors et une aide à publication-traduction pour 2020-2021. Une autre série d’AàP pour 2021-2022 devrait être publiée fin 202...

  • Lancement du Prix AFFDU-UWE

    Décerné au mois de septembre de chaque année, le prix est créé par l’Association Française des Femmes Diplômées des Universités (AFFDU) et par University Women of Europe (UWE). Ce prix couronne une biographie en langue française d’une auteure sur la vie de femmes ayant vécu en France ou à l’étranger. La Biographie doit être mise à la disposition du Jur...

  • The Gender of Borders

    Workshop - The Gender of Borders 26-27 November, 2020 Condorcet Campus, Paris The border as a subject of study has given rise to numerous interdisciplinary works producing rich analyses of the material, social and discursive forms produced by migration control. Although half of the people crossing borders are women, few studies have incorporated a gender perspective. Yet gender is a...

  • Invisibles ou trop visibles vieilles

    Invisibles ou trop visibles vieilles Appel à contributions pour le numéro de Nouvelles Questions Féministes 41/1 2022 Farinaz Fassa, Vanina Mozziconacci, Clothilde Palazzo-Crettol, Marion Repetti (coord.) La situation de pandémie du Covid-19 constitue un moment de cristallisation des catégories et révèle les regards qui se portent sur la vieillesse. Présenté·e·s comme les sujet...

  • “Critical Interventions”: Revisiting Global Appropriations of Black Cultures

    "Critical Interventions: Journal of African Art History and Visual Culture" titled Revisiting Global Appropriations of Black Cultures Guest Editor: Dr. Karina Simonson (Vilnius University, Lithuania): karina_simonson@yahoo.co.uk   The proposed issue of Critical Interventions addresses appropriations of black cultural aesthetics in regions that historically lack significant and vis...

  • Projectoproep 2020 – Dienst Gelijke kansen en vrouwenrechten van Sint-Gillis

    Projectoproep De dienst Gelijke kansen en vrouwenrechten ondersteunt vernieuwende projecten, ontwerpt en organiseert diverse sensibiliseringactiviteiten rond thema's zoals gendergelijkheid, ondersteuning van de LGBTQI-groep (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning en Intersex), strijd tegen racisme en alle vormen van discriminatie, bevordering van diversiteit in de samenleving en...

  • Special Issue “Young People, Sexual Health and Sexual Rights”

    Guest Editor: Dr. Malin Lindroth Having one’s sexual rights acknowledged can be understood as a prerequisite for experiencing sexual health and well-being. Young people below the age of 18 often lack legal or factual autonomy. In particular, they may lack access to youth-friendly and accurate information and education that protect and promote their sexual health, and respect their sexual rig...

  • Simone de Beauvoir Studies

    Simone de Beauvoir Studies (SdBS) is a peer-reviewed multidisciplinary journal dedicated to advancing scholarship relevant to the writings, thinking, and legacy of Simone de Beauvoir. Founded in 1983, the journal aims to cultivate outstanding scholarship within and across relevant disciplines and promote international and cross-cultural exchange. Simone de Beauvoir Studies places particular emphas...

  • Solidarity and Care during the COVID-19 Pandemic

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