Book Chapters Nurka, C. (2018). 'Postnatural Families: Refiguring Intimacy through Assisted Reproduction', in R. Kokanović, P.A. Michaels & K. Johnston-Ataata (eds) Paths to Parenthood: Emotions on the Journey through Pregnancy, Childbirth, and Early Parenting, Palgrave MacMillan.
Call for Submissions: The Rise of the Far-Right: Technologies of Recruitment & Mobilization.
This call for submissions invites scholars to contribute a chapter to an edited book. This edited collection brings together research that describes what factors lie behind this rise in the far-right, giving attention to how these groups recruit new members and mobilise action, and their use and involvement with media technologies. The chapters should identify pathways that lead from recruitment to mobilisation.
Please submit a 300-word abstract and a 100 word biographical statement (including institutional affiliation) by November 15th, 2018. To submit, or for more information, please contact: Melody Devries, Judith Bessant, or Rob Watts.
Call for Papers: Inaugural Issue of the Journal of Bodies, Sexualities, and Masculinities (Berghahn Journals)
Edited by Jonathan A.Allan (Brandon University, Canada), Frank G. Karioris (University of Pittsburg, USA), & Chris Haywood (University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK). The first issue will be published early 2020, and the journal is inviting submissions from both early career and more established scholars in the field to publish in its first issue and beyond. You can find more information at this link; and can submit pieces or inquiries to JBSM@berghahnjournals.com.
Gender, identity and why words matter, conversation with young Melbourne activist and author Nevo Zisin, with Dr Son Vivienne, as they discuss gender, identity, relationships and finding a sense of place. 12 September 2018, 5.30-7 pm at Dechaineux Theatre, University of Tasmania.
DECOLONISING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE?Presented by Professor Genevieve Bell. 12 September 2018,12-2pm at Leighton Hall, John Niland Scientia Building
UNSW – Kensington Campus. RSVP by 7 September.
DECOLONISING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE?Presented by Professor Genevieve Bell. 14 September 2018,12-2pm at University of Adelaide – Ingkarni Wardli Conference Room
Level 7 (Room 715), Ingkarni Wardli Building. RSVP by 10 September.
Preventing gender-based violence in inpatient mental health units. Social and Global Research Centre, RMIT University.
Have you or someone you know experienced gender-based violence or felt threatened while in an in-patient mental health unit in the past five years? RMIT University would like to interview women who have had this experience so we can work to prevent this from happening. Threats or violence by any man is included and is not restricted to other patients. For more information or to express an interest in participating visit here.
Participate in MADA research; A Streetscape Journey, XYX Lab Gender + Place. Monash University. Online survey.
2018 E-International Relations Article Award in association with Routledge, Hurst, Zed and I.B. Tauris. For PhD / doctoral students and early career academics to prepare short papers outlining novel, or under appreciated, ideas that will contribute to a better understanding of international relations. The award welcomes papers on the widest range of topics imaginable, so long as they connect their subject matter to at least one of the bigger global or regional issues/debates – ideally with the aim of sparking debate that will contribute towards real-world outcomes. Papers must be received by 10 September 2018.
Instructor, Sociology, Colorado State University Closing: 31 December 2018
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The AWGSA PhD Award The AWGSA PhD Award was established to promote and advance feminist scholarship in Australia by recognising emerging research in the fields of Women’s and Gender Studies and related disciplines. The award is made to the most outstanding doctoral thesis completed at an Australian university that clearly and extensively engages with feminist paradigms.
Nominations for the 2018 Award for doctorates awarded in 2016 or 2017 are now open. Applications close on 1 November 2017.
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The AWGSA 2018 Conference will be held at Deakin University 20-23 November. The Australian Gay and Lesbian Archives will be holding their 40th anniversary at the same time. More news to come
Dr Andrea Waling of ARCSHS, La Trobe University, along with her colleague Dr James Roffee at Monash University, have been named finalists for the GLOBE Community 2017 awards in the ‘Protecting our Community’ category for their work on LGBTI experiences in tertiary education.