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CfP 2019 ATGENDER Spring Conference

We are happy to announce that the Call for Papers of the 2019 ATGENDER Spring conference titled “Feminist Teaching (through) Emotions, Feelings and Affects” is out! Click here to read it. You can send your proposal until 21 January 2019 (new (extended) deadline!)- a number of travel grants for students and unfunded presenters is also available for members. Organized by ATGENDER together with the University of…

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Vacancy Office Manager of ATGENDER!

As our current Office Manager, Adriano, is going to leave us soon, we are opening a vacancy for Office Manager position within ATGENDER. If you are interested in a job in the neighborhood of Utrecht University’s Graduate Gender Programme within an ambitious and exciting international network of students, teachers and experts in gender, women’s studies & feminist research, which…

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10EFRC Programme and book of abstracts

We are happy to provide you with some useful material for the 10 European Feminist Research Conference, namely, the Programme overview and the Book of abstracts. To find the full online programme, click here. Additional information is available on the conference website. Looking forward to seeing you in Goettingen!

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Volume 14: Decolonization and Feminisms in Global Teaching and Learning

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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ATGENDER statement on Hungary’s proposed ban on Gender Studies

ATGENDER, the European Association of Gender Research, Education and Documentation has been informed last week by colleagues of our network about the proposal by the Hungarian government to ban gender studies programmes at the country’s universities, because they are not “economically rational”. We follow the developments with serious concern and would call on the Hungarian government…

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Student/resident housing in Göttingen during the conference

For the 10th European Feminist Research Conference, we are setting up a network in which participants from outside Germany/Göttingen can stay with a student/resident during the conference. If accommodation through hotels is not available or affordable for you and you are interested in this network, please sign up through this link. And if by any…

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Call for Proposals for edited volumes of the Teaching with Gender series

We are pleased to open our Call for Proposals for edited volumes, for the Teaching With Gender series, published by ATGENDER in cooperation with Routledge. The volumes in this series address challenges and possibilities of teaching about women and gender in a wide range of educational contexts. Deadline to send your proposal is 30 September 2018.

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Help us raise the number of travel grants!

Because of the high number of requests for travel grants to attend the 2018 European Feminist Research Conference, we ask for your help to increase the amount of grants available. Participate in our crowdfunding campaign and make your donation – any cent counts! Click here for more info and to donate.

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Statement from 10 EFRC organizers

Dear perspective participants in the 10 European Feminist Research Conference, We would like to draw your attention on the statement issued by conference organizers, who apologize for the slippage in the registration system regarding the section on gender. Find it here. Very best, The ATGENDER team.

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CfP 10th EFRC is out!

We are happy to publish the call for papers of the next European Feminist Research Conference, co-organized by ATGENDER, FG-Gender and Göttingen University (September 12-15, 2018, Göttingen, DE). Click here to read the call, and here to visit the conference website. Deadline for proposals is February 12, 2018.

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