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AtGender – Mentoring Groups 2022-23 – Feminist Academic Working Life Questions

This year, AtGender will once again offer group-mentoring to its members via Zoom! This project is called “Time-pocket –  feminist academic working life questions”.  It’s time to apply now! If you are an Early Career Researcher (ECR) or a Middle Career Researcher (MCR) in gender studies, a feminist teacher, working in multidisciplinary field of feminist studies or doing activism – you can join our…

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List of Candidates June 2022

Dear AtGender members, As you know, AtGender is looking for new board members. The elections will be organized during the AtGender General Assembly (on Thursday, June 16th). We are sharing with you a list of candidates for board members and their motivation letters. AtGender team           Alena Sander, PhD in Social…

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EFRC Information sheet to fill in by participants

For the EFRC participants: You can find an information form here to fill in in order for the organising committee to finalise the organisation of the conference. It is mainly aimed to collect information on dietary and accessibility needs. If none of the questions in the form apply to you, you need not fill in…

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Call for Candidacy: Atgender is looking for new board members

Dear ATGENDER members, We are looking for 4 new enthusiastic board members to join our board from Summer 2022. Board members serve for a three-year term (which can be extended for one additional term if re-elected). Each member of the Board serves in several working groups that are responsible for particular tasks, such as finance, ‘Teaching with Gender’ book…

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New Atgender Edited Volume is Out

AtGender is happy to announce the publication today of the last AtGender edited volume, Homonationalism, Femonationalism, Ablenationalism. Critical Pedagogies Contextualised, edited by Angeliki Sifaki, C.L. Quinan and Katarina Loncarevic in the AtGender series “Teaching with Gender” at Routledge. This edited volume engages with a range of geographical, political and cultural contexts to intervene in ongoing scholarly…

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Call for Chapters for the Edited Volume

Questioning Gender Politics: Contextualising the Future of Education and Schooling in Uncertain Times Schooling continues to be a very important site where gender relations and sexual politics take place (Mac an Ghaill, 1994; Mac an Ghaill, 1996; Haywood & Mac an Ghaill, 1996; Lesko, 2000; Renold, 2005; Ringrose and Renold, 2012; Mendes et al, 2022)….

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Important announcements for EFRC participants

APPLICATIONS FOR TRAVEL GRANTS It is now possible to apply for the travel grants that ATGENDER has made available for students/precarious scholars who cannot cover the travel/accommodation costs. To apply, please send a short statement of motivation (100-150 words max.) to <info@atgender.eu> explaining a) your employment/student status, b) which costs you can cover, and which…

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11th European Feminist Research Conference – Frequently Asked Questions

AtGender Membership  How do I become an AtGender member? You can apply for membership here. Membership entails many benefits, including reduced rates at this conference. Depending on your employment status, you can apply for the reduced individual membership.  How long does my AtGender membership last? Regardless of the month you pay, your membership will last…

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ATGENDER – ECRs SERIES 2 – EVENT 1: Tips and tricks on Writing

Dear all, The following event is unfortunately postponed due to unexpected circumstances. The event will be rescheduled, and the new information will be shared as soon as possible. With our apologies and best wishes, The AtGender team *** (January 17, 4.00-5.30 pm CET) on zoom – There is so much to think about for early…

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ATGENDER is looking for a co-organiser for the next Spring Conference 2023

We are excited to announce the opportunity to co-organize the next Spring Conference for 2023 focused on teaching. ATGENDER Spring Conferences represent a great opportunity for feminist, queer and gender studies scholars, activists, artists and policy makers to gather, share their teaching and research projects and exchange experiences. If your organisation would be interested in…

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