Atgender

Publications

In Solidarity with Boğaziçi University

ATGENDER, The European Association for Gender Research, Education and Documentation, stands in solidarity with the students and faculty of Boğaziçi University, who have been protesting the appointment of a new rector Melih Bulu by the government. The new rector is not a member of Boğaziçi University, and his appointment without elections violates the established practice….

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Critical Pedagogies Contextualised: Teaching against Homonationalism, Femonationalism and Ablenationalism

The Call for Chapters for the next edited volume of AtGender/Routledge, Teaching against Homo/Nationalism, is out. We invite chapter proposals that address, but are not limited to, one or more of the following themes from a pedagogical perspective: Theoretical contributions (e.g. intersection(s) of homonationalism with homocapitalism, femonationalism, ablenationalism, etc.) Different articulations of homonationalism and or femonationalism in different…

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ATGENDER Report: Early Career Researchers in European Gender and Women’s Studies

We are delighted to announce the publication of Early Career Researchers in European Gender and Women’s Studies: Professional Challenges and Ways forward. The report is based on a survey conducted by ATGENDER’s Early Career Scholars Working Group. Co-authored by board member Stefanie Boulila and former ATGENDER interns, Jessica Cheung and Orsolya Lehotai, the report discusses…

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Feminist Perspectives on Teaching Masculinities: Learning Beyond Stereotypes

The newest book in our Teaching with Gender book series looks at teaching non-hegemonic forms of masculinities and highlights their diversity. The collection foregrounds and discusses concepts which are described and gathered as positive, caring and inclusive masculinities, thus offering a timely and much-needed counterpoint to discussions of so-called toxic masculinities. The volume presents a…

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“Decolonization and Feminisms in Global Teaching and Learning” is out!

We are happy to announce that the new volume of the Teaching with Gender book series, titled ‘Decolonization and Feminisms in Global Teaching and Learning’ (Routledge 2018) is out! Edited by Sara de Jong, Rosalba Icaza and Olivia U. Rutazibwa, it features 4 sections (Knowledge/Voice/Institutions/Disciplines), each one starting and ending with a manifesto. In between…

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Volume 13: Teaching Gender. Feminist Pedagogy and Responsibility in Times of Political Crisis

Edited by Beatriz Revelles-Benavente and Ana M. González Ramos, Teaching Gender: Feminist Pedagogy and Responsibility in Times of Political Crisis (Routledge, 2017) addresses the neoliberalization of the university, what this means in real terms, and strategic pedagogical responses to teaching within this context across disciplines and region. Inspired by bell hooks’ “transgressive school” and Donna Haraway’s “responsibility”, this collection promotes…

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Volume 12: Teaching With Feminist Materialisms

  As a growing and wide-spanning field of research, teaching, and collaboration, feminist materialisms are taking up increasing space in our pedagogical settings, especially in queer and feminist classrooms. Whether as a theoretical topic, as a methodological strategy for conducting research, or in developing learning tools, feminist materialisms work to foreground the complex forms of…

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Volume 11: Teaching against Violence

    Many international organizations denounce that the systematic lockout of women from social and political power is responsible for the phenomenon of double/multiple discrimination, so that in every social category, the status of women is always the lowest. This severe injustice is at the core of the situation of violence which still remains in the…

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Volume 10: Teaching Gender with Libraries and Archives

  Teaching Gender with Libraries and Archives: The Power of Information was conceived of as a pedagogical tool, aimed at stimulating gender studies teachers to critically reflect, together with their students, on libraries and archives as profoundly gendered knowledge spaces. Whilst feminist standpoint theory with its recognition that knowledge always emanates from and is produced within…

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