Gendered research and innovation: Integrating sex and gender analysis into the research process, League of European Research Universities, 2015 september

Executive summary •  LERU universities aim to significantly contribute to creating new knowledge and to finding solutions to global challenges, such as climate change, security and public health. LERU universities realise that in order to do so effectively, they need to take into account potential sex and gender differences with Read more…

Call for Paper Proposals: Researching Inequalities and Normativities in Higher Education, Workshop Nr. 29 at the “Congrès de la Société Suisse de Sociologie 2015. Lausanne (June 3 – 5, 2015 – University of Lausanne)

Description Taking on a critical sociological and feminist postcolonial theories perspective, this workshop wants to examine the politics and structures of exclusion and inclusion at stake in higher education. Our special interest lies in getting to know about ways social inequalities are articulated and intertwined within the institutional practices of Read more…

Gendered Innovations. How Gender Analysis Contributes to Research, report of the EU Expert Group “Innovation through Gender”, december 2013

Report of the Expert Group “Innovation through Gender” Chairperson: Londa Schiebinger Rapporteur: Ineke Klinge “This publication presents the results of a group of more than sixty experts. With concrete case studies, the report shows that gender differences, in terms of needs, behaviours and attitudes, play an important role in research Read more…