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Nicolazzo, Z.; Jourian, T. J. – Gender and Education, 2020
In the United States, the academic discipline of higher education has emerged as a site in which transgender scholars have begun to engage. Transgender scholars have begun to disrupt the normative logics of epistemological trans oppression, forcing those in higher education to contend with us, our work, and the possibilities therein. And yet, the…
Descriptors: College Faculty, LGBTQ People, Power Structure, Conferences (Gatherings)
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Timperley, Claire; Sutherland, Kathryn A.; Wilson, Marc; Hall, Meegan – Gender and Education, 2020
Drawing on data collected in a cross-disciplinary survey of early-career academics (ECAs) in New Zealand, this article explores the factors influencing ECA conference attendance. Our conceptual framework uses conference attendance as the dependent variable and measures gender, ethnicity, family responsibilities and workload. Three key features…
Descriptors: Conferences (Gatherings), College Faculty, Foreign Countries, Ethnic Groups
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Belliappa, Jyothsna Latha – Gender and Education, 2020
This paper employs an autobiographical approach to reflect on some limitations of conventional academic conferences in creating community and supporting deep learning. By and large conventional large conferences tend to be premised on what Brazilian educator Paulo Freire calls the banking model of education and therefore frequently reproduce…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Theater Arts, Autobiographies, Power Structure
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Burford, James; Bosanquet, Agnes; Smith, Jan – Gender and Education, 2020
This article extends examinations of the gendered nature of care and service in academia, with a particular focus on the labour of maintaining conference communities. Utilising empirical data from a cultural history of the "International Academic Identities Conference," we draw on interviews with 32 conference organisers, keynote…
Descriptors: Gender Differences, Higher Education, Conferences (Gatherings), Gender Bias
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Black, Alison L.; Crimmins, Gail; Dwyer, Rachael; Lister, Victoria – Gender and Education, 2020
Conference attendance is a feature of contemporary academic work and an accepted way of building academic identities and networks through the dissemination and promotion of ideas, achievements and research. However, our personal experiences have caused us to problematise the traditional conference and consider alternatives which mitigate its…
Descriptors: Conferences (Gatherings), Computer Mediated Communication, College Faculty, Experience
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Henderson, Emily F.; Moreau, Marie-Pierre – Gender and Education, 2020
This article explores how academics with caring responsibilities negotiate the mobility imperative, with specific reference to attending conferences. We argue that, in the neoliberal and 'careless' context of higher education, negotiating conflicting identities of academic and carer are fraught with tensions for carers as they try to reconcile the…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Conferences (Gatherings), Caring, Teacher Responsibility
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Flores, Nina M. – Gender and Education, 2020
At the time of writing, the reach of #MeToo continues unfolding. Frank revelations about experiences of sexual harassment and sexual assault reach well into the academic sphere, with stories emerging across disciplines, regions, and statuses within the academy. The momentum and urgency of this moment carries with it the potential for seriously…
Descriptors: Sexual Harassment, Conferences (Gatherings), Sexual Abuse, Power Structure
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Barron, Rosie Joy – Gender and Education, 2020
This viewpoint paper considers the relationships between conferences and activism by examining the events surrounding the "World's Oldest Oppression," a conference held in Melbourne, Australia in 2016. This conference attracted swift protest action from local sex workers, much of which was executed online. Drawing from the documentation…
Descriptors: Sexuality, Occupations, Conferences (Gatherings), Experience
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Sabharwal, Nidhi S.; Henderson, Emily F.; Joseph, Roma Smart – Gender and Education, 2020
Conferences are key sites for the development of academic careers; however multiple studies have shown that conferences are exclusionary on the basis of gender and other axes of social disadvantage. This study focuses on India and as such also incorporates caste as an axis of privilege and disadvantage in relation to access to conferences.…
Descriptors: Social Bias, Social Class, Gender Bias, Disadvantaged
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Yoo, Hyekyung; Wilson, Erica – Gender and Education, 2020
This paper explores the gendered experiences of accompanying women partners in the context of conference travel. While the phenomenon of partners at conferences is not new, their voices remain largely unheard. To explore partners' subjective experiences of conference travel, this study adopts Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA), drawing…
Descriptors: Conferences (Gatherings), Peer Relationship, Intimacy, Travel
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Phipps, Alison – Gender and Education, 2020
This paper situates sexual harassment and violence in the neoliberal university. Using data from a 'composite ethnography' representing twelve years of research, I argue that institutional inaction on these issues reflects how they are 'reckoned up' in the context of gender and other structures. The impact of disclosure is projected in market…
Descriptors: Sexual Harassment, Rape, Universities, Neoliberalism
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Cin, Firdevs Melis; Karlidag-Dennis, Ecem; Temiz, Zeynep – Gender and Education, 2020
This research aims to scrutinise the latest education reform and education policies in Turkey from a capabilities-based gender equality perspective. The data draws on interviews with stakeholders and practitioners to understand how gender equality is conceptualised in policy-making and to what extent reforms have fostered gender equality in girls'…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Policy, Educational Change, Policy Formation
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Aronson, Brittany; Laughter, Judson – Gender and Education, 2020
Many teachers and educational researchers have claimed to adopt tenets of Culturally Relevant Education (CRE), but recent work describes how standardized curricula and testing have marginalized CRE in educational reform discourses. In this review, we synthesized literature moving beyond CRE in terms of race and ethnicity into the areas of gender…
Descriptors: Culturally Relevant Education, Standards, Race, Ethnicity
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Cossens, Sophie; Jackson, Sue – Gender and Education, 2020
Within neoliberal postfeminism young women are depicted as powerful, unconstrained and ready to work for success. However, research reveals a far more complicated picture than this straightforward ode to success. We explore the intersection of racialised, classed and gendered ideals of successful femininity from the perspective of Maori…
Descriptors: Females, Neoliberalism, Femininity, Pacific Islanders
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Liu, Dan; Morgan, W. John – Gender and Education, 2020
The article draws upon Bourdieu's concepts of habitus and cultural capital to provide an in-depth analysis of the gender differences in students' motivation for undertaking postgraduate (PG) education in Mainland China. It reports an in-depth case study comprising 381 questionnaires and 30 semi-structured interviews. The quantitative data show…
Descriptors: Graduate Study, Enrollment Influences, Foreign Countries, Gender Differences
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