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Decolonizing Gender and Education Research: Guest Post by Caroline Manion and Payal Shah

For decades now, there have been sustained calls within the academic field to engage in research that challenges dominant knowledge production processes (Abu-Lughud 1991; Narayan 1993; Smith 2012; Takayama 2011). Given that critical feminist research has had a long-standing goal of challenging the essentialism, power hierarchies, and concepts of difference embedded in the research process, the editors […]

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CfP for a GEA Special Issue: Decolonizing Gender and Education Research

Call for Papers for a Special Issue of Gender and Education
Decolonizing Gender and Education Research: Exploring the Relationship Between Feminist Research on Education and Decolonizing, Indigenous Knowledges and Cosmologies
Special Issue Guest Editors: Caroline Manion & Payal Shah
Critical scholars across a variety of disciplines and geographic areas express the need to engage in intellectual projects that […]

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CfP for a Special Issue of Gender and Education: Picturing Care

Picturing Care: Re-framing Gender, Race, and Educational Justice
This special issue aims to advance the critical scholarship on carework and care injustice through visual and arts-based educational research. In a time of neoliberal accountability culture, school caring practices are being sidelined, while images of school success and failure are mainly messaged through the display of quantitative […]

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GEA Conference Updates

Our biennial conference is fast approaching – for up to the minute details, including flights, hotels, how to register and programme information see here
 
VITAL INFO:
The deadline for paper submissions has been EXTENDED until March 3rd 2016
The registration cost for attendees has been set at an early bird rate of SEK 1688 or approximately £150 (day rates […]

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Moving Forward: Identities, Sexting, Schooled Bodies, and the Curriculum that Frames us

Dates: May 22, 2016 – May 25, 2016
Location: Western University, Faculty of Education, London, Ontario, Canada
This international Symposium is aimed at developing and extending a dialogue to address what appears both nationally and internationally as a growing concern for youth sexualized identities. This event centres on taking up a critical dialogue that will examine the […]

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CFP to Host GEA 2016 Conference

 
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
The Gender and Education Association are pleased to announce that their next international interim conference will be held in June 2016. The GEA executive committee welcome proposals to host the interim conference from higher education institutions across national contexts and from conference teams spanning a variety of academic disciplines, theoretical backgrounds and fields.
Your […]

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Education Gone Bad

We are pleased to announce a call for papers for an upcoming special issue of Children’s Literature in Education Spring 2017 , edited by Elizabeth Marshall and Lissa Paul.
From Sarah Fielding’s The Governess, or The Little Female Academy, to television shows such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer to bestsellers like J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series, school stories remain a staple […]

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CALL FOR PAPERS

We are pleased to announce the following calls for papers; all three are fantastic opportunities and promise to be exciting events!
 

1. Neoliberalism, work and gender education (deadline for abstracts is  6 July)

 NGEW FINAL CALL WITH EXTENSION FOR GEA

2. Distance learning (deadline for abstracts is 10 July)

 CFP DE FINAL WITH EXTENTION FOR GEA

3. Theorising curriculum in […]

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Call for Papers for a Special Issue of Gender and Education

If not now, when? Feminism in contemporary activist, social and educational contexts
Special Issue Guest Editors: Olivia Guaraldo and Angie Voela
Political and socio-economic developments in recent years have created new opportunities and new battlegrounds for feminism, with women taking to the streets and demonstrating against the status quo, corruption, sexism, austerity and capitalism. On February 13th 2011, demonstrations took […]