To mark International Women’s Day, we’re bringing you a round-up of work from UACES members, journals and blogs, on issues related to gender in European Studies or in academia more generally.
We’re also including memories from UACES events and activities that celebrate the women of the association.
This post will be regularly updated on 8th March and in the subsequent weeks.
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- Transforming CSDP? Feminist Triangles and Gender Regimes by Roberta Guerrina, Laura Chappell, Katharine A. M. Wright (JCMS)
- Hundred years of votes for women: how far we’ve come and how far there’s still to go by Roberta Guerrina (The Conversation)
- Gender Implications of the Right to Request Flexible Working Arrangements: Raising Pigs and Children in New Zealand by Annick Masselot (New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations
- Resistance to Implementing Gender Mainstreaming in EU Research Policy by Lut Mergaert and Emanuela Lombardo (Europe of Knowledge blog)
— Viviane Gravey (@VGravey) September 5, 2017
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— Simon Usherwood (@Usherwood) October 13, 2017
LifetimeAchiv.Award for female professor;Female chairs of plenaries,female activists;priceless envir.for younger female scholars #UACES2017
— Aran Gomez (@ArantzaGomezA10) September 7, 2017
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Launch of the Gendering EU Studies (GES): UACES Collaborative Research Network (CRN)
Launched in February 2018, GES brings together a rich and growing body of work in the area of gender and EU politics and policies, with the intention of mainstreaming gender and feminist approaches in EU studies. The CRN seeks to encourage the further development of this scholarship and encourage the dissemination of key findings within mainstream outlets. The network brings together established and early career researchers in a supportive environment aimed at producing high quality and rigorous research outputs.
GES seeks to explore and challenge the obstacles which curtail feminist influence in EU Studies and leave gender analysis on the periphery. The CRN thus has two co-constituting aims:
- To encourage research on gender and all aspects of the EU, including external relations.
- To facilitate engagement between ‘mainstream’ EU Studies scholars and feminist scholars on the value of gender analysis.
- Professor Roberta Guerrina, University of Surrey, UK.
- Dr Katharine A. M. Wright, Newcastle University, UK.
- Dr Toni Haastrup, University of Kent, UK.
- Professor Annick Masselot, University of Canterbury, New Zealand.
- Dr Hanna L. Muehlenhoff, Vrije University, Netherlands.
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