TOMORROW Nov 16th Launch Event Gender Studies Network at King’s

We are delighted to announce the launch event of the Gender Studies Network at King’s (SSPP/Law).

When: Monday 16 November, 17.30-20.00

Where: River Room  Strand Campus  (for a map click here)

The Gender Studies at King’s (SSPP & Law) is a network that brings together scholars and students from the Faculty of Social Sciences and Public Policy and the Faculty of Law whose research and teaching examines the influence of gender relations on issues ranging from radicalisation to educational achievement. We host a list-serve to publicise relevant events, provide a platform for discussion about gender in research and teaching and highlight the gender studies work that is done at King’s. We also organise a biannual social to allow those working on gender issues to meet and identify common interests and research opportunities.

Panel:

Prof Louise Archer (Education)

Darren Baker (PhD Cand. Dep of Management)

Dr Silvia Camporesi (Social Science, Health, and Medicine)

Joana Cook (PhD Cand, War Studies)

Prof Vivienne Jabri (War Studies)

Dr Ann Mumford (Law)

Chaired by:

Dr Jelke Boesten (International Development Studies)

Dr Susan Martin (War Studies)

All are welcome to attend and there is no need to RSVP.

Subscribe to the Gender Studies Network list-serve at: https://mailman.kcl.ac.uk/mailman/listinfo/genderstudies-list

Email us at: genderstudies@kcl.ac.uk

Look out for our new web page at: http://www.kcl.ac.uk/sspp/research/researchgroups/gender-studies/gender-studies-kings.aspx

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