YES, WOMEN (CAN) COUNT: FEMINIST ENGAGEMENTS WITH ECONOMY. Debating feminist critiques of neoliberalism in the context of austerity with Lina Gálvez Muñoz. Taking advantage of the presence of the feminist economist Lina Gálvez Muñoz at the EUI, GRaSe wishes to invite you to engage in a collective discussion with her where we will widely consider […]
Since the 1970s, feminist research has struggled to make its way into mainstream academia by showing the relevance of gender as a crucial category of analysis. Today, concerns about how gender shapes politics and society – understood in a very broad sense – are now addressed in a variety of disciplines, becoming mainstream. And yet, many feel that, due to the crisis and consequent shrinking of academic opportunities, gendered approaches risk to be dismissed once again.
With this in mind, GRaSe and COSMOS have invited scholars who are (or have been) based at the EUI to exchange their views on the relevance of gender for their own research. The aim is indeed to consolidate the importance of gender in academia and build a broad platform for future discussions which includes EUI professors, fellows and researchers as well as the network of alumni and alumnae.
Video registration of the seminar “Paid domestic work: contemporary forms and past legacies,” organised by the Gender, Race & Sexuality Working Group at the European University Institute on 16 April 2014. Video and editing: Elena Borghi. Speakers: Swapna Banerjee, Vera Pavlou and Raffaella Sarti.
No, it is not about the Vatican, but there was some grace in Rome last Saturday. For the 20th Rome LGBTQ Pride, members of the Gender, Race and Sexuality Working-Group send a small delegation and its slogan. Claiming equal rights « fuori i diritti », 200 000 people marched together in a cheerful atmosphere the streets of […]