The Gender & Authority TORCH Network, in collaboration with the Centre for Gender, Identity, and Subjectivity, are hosting a roundtable discussion on the continuities, differences, and comparative advantages of framing one's research in terms of 'Gender studies' or 'Women's studies'. The roundtable, featuring speakers from a range of University of Oxford faculties, programmes, and research networks, will aim to address a series of questions on the methodological continuities, divergences and complementarity of 'Gender Studies' and 'Women's Studies'. Speakers will be invited to respond to a number of questions and the floor will be opened to further responses from attendants. The roundtable will be followed by a drinks reception at 6.45pm. This promises to be a great occasion to showcase research currently taking place in Oxford and also to encourage new connections and collaborations. All welcome.
Joana Serrado, from the Centre for Gender, Identity & Subjectivity
Julia Mannherz, from the History Faculty
Maria Jaschok & Khin Mar Mar Kyi, from the International Gender Studies Centre
Lynn Robson, from the Mst in Women’s Studies Programme
Mara Keire, from the Rothermere American Institute
Alison Moulds, from the Women in Oxford’s History Podcast Series
Adele Bardazzi, David Bowe, Natalya Din-Kariuki & Julia Hartley, Gender & Authority Research Network
Followed by drinks reception
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Gender and Authority
Women in the Humanities
Contact name: Natalya Din Kariuki
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Audience: Open to all
Media: Women’s Studies and Gender Studies Roundtable