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Dr Kate Steward


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Upcoming Events

If you would like to be added to our Upcoming Events mailing list of GI Events and events featuring or associated with GI staff, please email Kate Steward                                                                                                                              

Eva Colorni memorial lecture. Tales of the Unexpected: gender equality and social progress in Bangladesh

Friday 3 June | 6.30-8pm | Old Theatre, Old Building

Speakers: Professor David Lewis, Juli Huang, Professor Naila Kabeer and Amartya Sen. This panel will discuss why gender indicators for Bangladesh have shown a marked improvement despite various development indices not reflecting a similar upswing.

This event is free but a ticket is required. You can find more information about how to apply for tickets here.

Please email  if you have any queries


Feminist Research on Abortion: What can we learn from the Chilean Case?

Monday 6 June | 5-7pm | GI Open Space | followed by a drinks reception

A conversation with Lieta Vivaldi and Ignacia Banda, bringing together the work of two feminist research and graduate students who are researching on abortion in Chile.


Gender Institute PhD 3rd Year Review Presentations

Wednesday 8 June | 6-7.30pm | GI Open Space | followed by a drinks reception

Presentations on their research by:

  • Amanda Shaw: intersecting social differences food and farming work in Hawaii
  • Magdalena Mikulak: Negotiating Modernity, Sexuality, Gender and Class: Reparative Therapy in Contemporary Poland
  • Miha Fugina: Chinese anarchism and the politics of intimacy  

The EU and Gender Equality: better off in, or out?

Monday 13 June | 6-8pm | Thai Theatre, New Academic Building

A discussion of the role of the EU for gender equality