CRC Lecture Series 15.10: Gender terror? Gender nonsense? Gender trouble! Yes, please.

Speaker for the next Jour-Fixe CRC 228, 15.10.2018
Since the ominous G-word has seeped into project applications, research evaluations and institutional guidelines, the need has grown to think about how “gender” can inform geographical research. This seminar introduces the concept of gender and its reception in Geography. It argues that geographers have a lot to gain from thinking more carefully about the big “G” – be it with regard to research foci, design or methodologies. All genders and geographers welcome!
by Mara Mürlebach
Master Student in Human Geography at the Universities of Bonn and Exeter (UK)

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