Monthly Archives: July 2020

The Global Staffroom: exploring COVID-19, social reproduction, and changing relationships to work

In April 2020, the University of Edinburgh Art Collection created a series of three commissions, inviting artists to reflect upon their personal experiences of COVID-19 and to respond to broader themes associated with the period of enforced physical distancing.  Manual … Continue reading

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Welcoming Dr. María López Belloso, Visiting Fellow

Dr. María López Belloso is a visiting fellow with the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities and genderED. Her in-person fellowship during the month of July was moved online because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but she is nevertheless … Continue reading

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A recovery plan which works for women also works for the planet

This blog post first appeared on ‘On the Engender,’ the blog of Scotland’s Feminist and Policy Advocacy Organisation.  Claire Duncanson is a Senior Lecturer in International Relations at the University of Edinburgh, researcher on a project called The Feminist Roadmap for … Continue reading

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Introducing the genderED Summer Intern

Hello – I’m Iz Gius, and I am the genderED summer intern for 2020! I am an incoming fourth year student studying History and English Literature, and I spent the past year participating in (75% of) an Erasmus exchange at … Continue reading

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