In June 2013, the next GEXcel research will be starting, this time dealing with issues concerning postcolonial bodies, feminist disidentifications and decolonisations. In connection to the theme, the next international Somatechnics conference will be arranged, June 17 - 19, 2013.
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Several new GEXcel Work in Progress reports have been published during 2012. They are all available for download from the GEXcel website:
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A comment to evalatuion of the three Swedish Centres of Gender Excellence
International Conference: Gender Paradoxes in Academic and Scientific Organisation(s) – Change, Excellence and Interventions
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20-21 October 2011 at Örebro University, Forum House, Bio.
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CALL FOR PAPERS AND PARTICIPATION
GEXcel Theme 11-12, Gender Paradoxes of Changing Academic and Scientific Organisation(s), invites scholars, at all career stages, to apply for a workshop conference in October 20-21, 2011 at Örebro University, Sweden.
Conference launching GEXcel Theme 11-12: Gender Paradoxes in Changing Academic and Scientific Organisation(s)
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10:15 Welcome, professor emerita Anna G. Jónasdóttir, Örebro University, Co-chair of GEXcel
10:30 Gender Paradoxes of Changing Academic and Scientific Organisation(s) – Introductory Remarks
Professor Liisa Husu, Örebro University, Chair of GEXcel theme 11-12
11:00 Science Policy in Europe as a Tool for Change towards Gender Equality: Ten Years after the ETAN Report
Professor Teresa Rees, School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University, UK
12:00 Lunch, Restaurant Kraka, Långhuset
13:00 Sex, Grades and Southern Theory: the Impact of Feminist Research on Higher Education Globally
Professor Louise Morley, Centre for Higher Education and Equity Research (CHEER), University of Sussex, UK
14:00 Gender Scholars and Gender Change Interventions in Academia: a Sustainable Approach?
Dr. Marieke van den Brink, Radboud University Nijmegen, Holland and Dr. Jen de Vries, University of Western Australia
15:00 French Gender Paradoxes in Changing Academic and Scientific Organisations
Dr. Suzanne de Cheveigné, CNRS, Centre Norbert Elias, Marseille, France
16:00 Concluding discussion and closing remarks
Professor Liisa Husu, Örebro University