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GEA Virtual Seminar Series 2022 – Precarious transitions into academia: Troubling discourses of gender, race & class

Monday 28th February 2022 at 12-1pm GMT

Featuring: Dr Kate Hoskins, Prof Marie-Pierre Moreau,Dr Ellen McHugh

Drawing on a British Academy grant,this seminar sheds light on an under-researched topic:how equity and privilege related to gender, social class and ethnicity play out and are mediated by doctoral supervisors in access to academic positions.


Free; Register: bit.ly/GEA28Feb

This series is organised and chaired by the GEA Executive Members, the volunteers who lead GEA. The series is funded in part by Taylor and Francis. Celebrating 25 years, the Gender and Education Association(GEA) is a volunteer-led international intersectional feminist charity. Our inclusive community of educators, researchers, activists, leaders, artists, and more have been working together since 1997 to challenge and eradicate gender stereotyping, sexism, and gender inequality within and through education.

Webinar – Intersectionality

Wednesday 8th September 2021 at 1pm AEST

Dr Colleen MacMillan and Dr Cate Thomas – Intersectionality Webinar – About this event: What is Intersectionality? How does Intersectionality enable us to identify and address institutional barriers to meaningful Equity Diversity and Inclusion? How do we plan for inclusion in an increasingly complex world where diversity and inclusion are at the forefront of best practice as both a workplace and educational environment?

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Webinar – Whiteness, Race, and the British Royal Family

Saturday 11th September 2021 at 10am AEST

Holly Randell-Moon is delivering a webinar for Social Sciences Week on ‘Whiteness, Race, and the British Royal Family’. This webinar provides an overview of the social science research on the historical and contemporary role of whiteness and race in representations and public perceptions of the British Royal Family.

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