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Jennifer Buller 26 Feb 17
Replying to @mattyglesias
so, yes.
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genderED @ University of Edinburgh Sep 24
is celebrating its first anniversary on 11 October with a showcase of gender and sexuality studies research and teaching! Dining Room, Teviot, 4-6pm, all welcome. Kindly supported by and
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Maisie Ferne-Evans 9 Aug 17
Girl, boy, fairy & ethnic?! WTF ? Not only but also hideously ...
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Eva Anna Duda Oct 11
My new paper on of post vote is out! Check it out here:
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Dr. Lauren Gillespie 🏳️‍🌈 Mar 10
A student said ‘I get why you want to be called Dr, you know so much & worked so hard to get that PhD...I thanked him, agreed, & stated that I also prefer not to use a salutation...the words Miss, Ms, Mrs feel like the antithesis of who & what I am 🤷🏼‍♀️💁🏼‍♀️
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Kate C.Thomas 22 Jan 18
This time with ! I'm curating an interdisciplinary seminar (June, London) on relationships and resistances between and and Your thing? Send 200 word abstract / contact kate.thomas@bcu.ac.uk Not your thing?Please RT.
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Harriet Orrell Nov 10
1/2 HOW is this movement acceptable for men but not women? A ‘fend’ for but a red card for ’s Megan Rom!? I appreciate officials make different calls, but the gap is wide here
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Scarlet Oct 11
Why are voices ? & why are so often ignored in the production of ? talking about , , loving & the elements of involved
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Dr. Becca Short Jan 8
FINALLY! These discussions are SO needed. Can we explicitly address senior male (sorry guys) blindness and sometimes outright refusal to acknowledge in ? Fear of failure and sense of obligation drives risk-taking.
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Manju Karmacharya 22 Dec 17
How do adolescent girls and boys understand their worlds as ? Read formative research briefs that explores Nepali adolescents' gendered perspectives and experiences:
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The Prison Project Sep 5
This is an important conversation & so much is yet to be analysed around gender, sexuality, & the experience of female . Analysing prison through “a intersectional perspective” requires us also to question some assumptions: 1/9
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Lisa Raftery Jun 22
I am chairing two fantastic workshops at our Annual Conference on and research on supporting homeless and on support for with the Green Room See you there!
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kent buse Apr 3
Thanks for raising salience of men's health - awareness & health seeking behaviour important, but equally important to address the determinants of health & service provision @ketakinv
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HERDJournal Sep 11
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Elizabeth Bogumil Jan 14
For my med soc students: hey look its in vogue. What types of excercise are women told to do? how should they go about being healthy? Is fitness (and the health surrounding it) ?
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Sportsocs Oct 4
Free symposium: Exploring from a and perspective. Don't miss out sports types! The program looks amazing and
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Hilary Goldsmith 29 Oct 17
My latest ramblings on , , raising fearless girls and being a mum.
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Prof Lorraine Leeson, PhD Jun 19
Here too! And the nature of our profession also demands more investigation! How can we encourage more men into the field? How can we support women in leadership roles in our field? How do we avoid repeating persistent patterns around gendered roles more generally?
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FIIN Network Feb 5
Check out Panel Discussion on Feb 22- 'Teaching and Tackling Violence against women: Perspectives from India and the UK' @uoesps
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AFili Aug 27
Our article examines the experience of policing and unauthorized entry across the Greece-Turkey border | border policing is and free copies still available
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