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ECPR Futures Lab 2020

Roundtable: Who is the Subject of Gender and Politics?

Gender
 
Human Rights
 
Political Theory
 
Religion
 
Critical Theory
 
Feminism
 
Race
 
Normative Theory
 
Panel Number
RT084
Panel Chair
Mieke Verloo
Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen

Time
09/06/2017 14:00 - 15:45
Location
Building: Anthropole Floor: 1 Room: 1031
Abstract
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?

Paper List


Title Details
Speaker: Akwugo Emejulu View Paper Details
Speaker: David Paternotte View Paper Details
Speaker: Elzbieta Korolczuk View Paper Details
Speaker: Iman Lechkar View Paper Details
Speaker: Sébastian Chauvin View Paper Details
Speaker: Sylvia Walby View Paper Details
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