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Maria Tamboukou
Scholar in Gender and Feminist Studies,
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Maria Tamboukou Oct 14
My paper 'Feeling the real: the non-nomadic subject of feminism' is now published' at a time of deep mobility crisis that makes the idea of decolonizing feminist theories and concepts even more urgent,
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Ariane Adam Sep 28
Have you spent your lockdown reading equality jurisprudence? Are you a student, lawyer, academic or activist anywhere in the world? Participate in our essay competition for the opportunity to help develop some very cool publications! Deadline Thursday 15 Oct, 4pm BST 👇
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Maggie Humm Sep 4
Delighted my chp Feminism in the Academy (& whole book!) is FREE to download. Case studies of a radical university. To inspire HE in this dreadful time
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TheIJSRM Jun 13
Narrative Rhythmanalysis: the art and politics of listening to women’s narratives of forced displacement
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Ariane Adam Jun 5
Please join our seminar to discuss on 25 June 2020. Details on how to register below 👇 Please let us know of any reasonable accommodation you may require when you register. I look forward to seeing you there!
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Maria Tamboukou Jun 5
memories from 'the years of travelling'. It was August 2018 in Berlin and I was delivering a keynote at the 40th International Standing Conference for the History of Education (ISCHE). The paper is a longer version of this keynote:
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Feminist Autonomous Centre for Research May 24
“In the case of the travelling stories that comprise the archive of my research, ‘opacity’ was deployed as a practice that I have reconfigured as ‘the will not to tell a story’.”
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Maria Tamboukou May 24
The first paper from my Leverhulme funded project 'Revisiting the Nomadic Subject' has just appeared on-line first: Narrative rhythmanalysis: the art and politics of listening to women’s narratives of forced displacement
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Maria Tamboukou May 7
What a wonderful, strong and rigorous statement!
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Dr Marta Hawkins Mar 27
If you are a parent who needs to work, home school, cook, clean, look after the family, while trying to stay sane, I will help you a bit. I teach students age 6 to 16 in my online school on Zoom! Huge innovation for all of us, but after one whole week I can say: it works!
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Maria Tamboukou 6 Oct 19
A flagship contribution on autobiography for the new Sage Research methods Foundations.
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Maria Tamboukou 20 Sep 19
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Maria Tamboukou 18 Sep 19
Perfect slide for the finale of the opening lecture at the European Labour History Conference in Amsterdam “Why are traditional labour movements in trouble?” by Marcel van der Linden
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Maria Tamboukou 19 Aug 19
‘Kairos’ or ‘time that is left’ from an amazing research ‘Chronos’: August reflections and diffractions of my Leverhulme Research Fellowship, while also launching the definitive website of the project,
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Maria Tamboukou 8 Aug 19
Such an interesting paper, so much I didn’t know, thanks!
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Maria Tamboukou 8 Aug 19
Glad to have contributed to this collection:
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Maria Tamboukou 4 May 19
Hot off the press! here is a link to one of 50 free e-prints: Thanks so much to Joyce Goodman and Sue Faithful for editing such an interesting special issue!
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Maria Tamboukou 9 Apr 19
The draft programme for 'Amor Narratio', celebrating Cathy Riessman's narrative scholarship is now on-line, with an amazing line-up of contributions: Registration is also open at: . See you in London, in May!
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Maria Tamboukou 6 Apr 19
Νow that the April fool's day is over, some thoughts, reflections snd diffractions from the field...
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Maria Tamboukou 8 Mar 19
Re-imagining Antigone on March 8, with Mato Ioannidou's art, …/revisiti…/diffractions/march-2019
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