Thursday 28th October at 5pm Professor Sarah Childs, “Making Representative Political Institutions Feminist” (on Teams)
Thursday 11th November at 1pm, Roundtable Discussion for Early Career Women and Non-Binary Researchers (on Teams)
Friday 12th November at Noon, Dr. Suki Finn, “Philosophising about Pregnancy” (on Teams)
Recent Past Events:
Thursday 30th September at 12.00 (Noon) Professor Katherine Brickell, “Worn out: Hunger, debt discipline, and the gendered contingencies of the COVID-19 pandemic amongst Cambodian garment workers” Find the Research Brief here!
Tuesday 12th October at 1pm, Professor Maria Eriksson Baaz “Researching Sexual Violence along War and Peace Continuum” (Recording Coming Soon!)
Wednesday 20th October at 4pm, Professor Jennie Stephens, “Diversifying Power: Why We Need Antiracist, Feminist Leadership on Climate and Energy” (Recording Coming Soon!)
Professor Raewyn Connell’s Gender Institute Launch Event (co-sponsored by the Humanities and Arts Research Institute)
Professor Raewyn Connell is Professor Emerita of Sociology at the University of Sydney. Her talk at the inaugural Gender Institute Launch Event was on “Feminist Thought and the Global Political Economy of Knowledge.”
- Here is the recording of her talk, given January 21, 2021 and the transcription, by Emily Gee
- Here is Professor Connell’s interview with Laura Sjoberg, and the transcription, by Emily Gee
Panel on Gender, Political Economy, and Security (co-sponsored by the Royal Holloway Centre for International Security)
Dr. Marsha Henry (the London School of Economics), Dr. Daniela Lai (Royal Holloway, University of London), Dr. Swati Parashar (University of Gothenberg), and Professor V. Spike Peterson (University of Arizona) discuss the intersections of gender, political economy, and security, in teaching, research, and world politics.
Panel on Female Perpetrators of the Holocaust (co-sponsored by the Holocaust Research Institute and the Centre for International Security)
Dr. Sarah Cushman (Northwestern University), Professor Elizabeth Harvey (University of Nottingham), Professor Wendy Lower (Claremont McKenna College), and Professor Laura Sjoberg (Royal Holloway, University of London) discuss identifying, theorising, and framing female perpetrators of the Holocaust and surrounding atrocities.
- See Margaret Hodge’s interview with Sofia Collignon here, and the transcription, by Emily Gee
- See the recording of Margaret Hodge’s talk here, and the transcription, by Emily Gee
- See Professor Anne Fausto-Sterling’s interview with Laura Sjoberg here, and the transcription, by Emily Gee
- See Professor Anne Fausto-Sterlings talk and question and answer here, and the transcription, by Emily Gee
‘Meet the Woman Voter’ Panel, March 23, 2021 at 5pm
As part of the Gendering Elections Project and in preparation for the Mayoral and Local elections on 6th May, the ‘Meet the Woman Voter’ panel includes an academic expert on voting behaviour, who works on gender and parties and parliament, student representatives, an local MP, some local councillors and a member of the Fawcett Society.
- See the video of the panel.
Professor Elizabeth Freeman, Professor of English at the University of California, Davis, March 24, 2021, at 4pm
- See Dr. Amy Tooth-Murphy’s interview with Professor Freeman.
- See Professor Freeman’s talk and question and answer.
Dr. Daniela Lai’s book launch for Socioeconomic Justice : International Intervention and Transition in Post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina, featuring Professor Eric Gordy (University College London); Dr. Katerina Kusic (Aberwystwyth University), Zoran Vuckovac (Justus-Leibig University, Giessen), Dr. Catherine Baker (Hull University), and Professor Michael Pugh (Bradford University), May 20, 2021, 11am.
- See Dr. Lai’s book launch panel.
Dr. Afiya Zia, Department of Women’s and Gender Studies, University of Toronto, June 10, 2021, 1pm, “Political Masculinities”
- See Dr. Zia’s talk and question and answer.
The Centre for Digital Organisation and Society Distinguished Lecture, given byProfessor Jessie Daniels, 29 June 2021, from 11am-1pm, “Gender, Race, and Globally Networked White Supremacy: Toward a New Understanding.”