Category Archives: teaching gender

Weaving institutional change: feminist networking to achieve gender equality in academia

Dr María López Belloso recently finished a nominated fellowship with IASH and genderED. This is a cross-post with the GEARING Roles blog. From its inception in the proposal-drafting phase, GEARING Roles partners bet on achieving institutional change through knowledge exchange and “learning … 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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Engendering Pathways in Higher Education in India: Sharing Insights from WISCOMP’s Hamsa Campus Equity Initiative

WISCOMP Team, Delhi Image courtesy of WISCOMP: Students at a campus in North India presenting a folk dance with a re-scripting of the verses from a gender lens.  India’s higher education landscape boasts of an impressive increase in the enrolment rate … Continue reading

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Understanding Gender in the Contemporary World: audio interview

Abrisham Ahmadzadeh interviews Dr Meryl Kenny and Silas Lehane about the course Understanding Gender in the Contemporary World. genderED is the University of Edinburgh’s interdisciplinary hub, showcasing excellence in gender and sexuality studies teaching, research, and knowledge exchange. Find out … Continue reading

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