Gender Institute 20th Anniversary Conference
*Registration for the conference is now closed, but all are welcome to attend the evening keynote public lecture with Sylvia Chant and Inderpal Grewal.
Friday 9 May 2014
9.00am - 8.30pm
Lower Ground Floor, New Academic Building, LSE
The Gender Institute draws together perspectives from social sciences and humanities to understand and address gender relations. Characterised by the combination of critical, interdisciplinary, intersectional, theoretical and empirical approaches, the work addresses the continued presence of gendered power relations and inequalities. It is this “presence of gender” that the 20th anniversary conference draws attention to. Bringing together scholars, policy makers and activists, we reflect on the multiple inequalities of our time and how we might analyse and forge new theoretical and practical paths to confront them through activism, policy, research and teaching on Gender.
See a detailed conference programme with abstracts.
To view the posters created by master's and research students for the conference, please click here.
09:00-09.45: Registration, Coffee and Introductions
09.45-10.15: Introduction (Ania Plomien) and Opening Address (Julia Black)
10:15-12:00: Conversation led by Mary Evans on the complexities of researching, teaching, studying and institutionalizing gender studies. With Henrietta L. Moore, Anne Phillips, Hazel Johnstone, and with Francisco Cos-Montiel, Asiya Islam and Carolyn Pedwell.
13:00-15:00: Multiple Inequalities Panel with Naila Kabeer, Marsha Henry, Lola Okolosie, Imogen Tyler and Wendy Sigle-Rushton (Chair)
15:30-17:30: Theoretical Future and Agendas for Gender Equality Panel with Kat Banyard, Clare Hemmings (Respondent), Nicola Lacey, Jackie Stacey and Sadie Wearing (Chair)
17.30-17.45: Closing Remarks from Diane Perrons
18:30-20:30: Public Lecture with Sylvia Chant, Inderpal Grewal and Sumi Madhok (Chair).