Building: Anthropole Floor: 1 Room: 1031
Debates in feminist and gender studies have long been asking who is the subject of feminism and who is speaking on behalf of whom? This is a normative question as much as an empirical one.
This roundtable wishes to continue these discussions, connecting them to the Gender & Politics research community.
What should we (researchers) study under the topic Gender & Politics? Who does it and who speaks for whom? What is the importance of identity and experience? How diverse is our community?
This roundtable interrogates the subject of Gender & Politics in two complementary ways and raises a fundamental question: who studies what?