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Gender(s) at work: Glassed and Gendered (Kate Carruthers Thomas)

Tuesday 9 April
11.30am - 2pm
1.007, WBS

On Tuesday 9 April, Warwick will host Kate Carruthers Thomas to present the findings from contemporary UK research on gendered experiences of work and careers in higher education involving female, male, and gender non-binary staff in academic and professional services roles across the organisation. The presentation will draw on the narratives and ‘organisational maps’ of participants in the Gender(s) at Work project and is suitable for academic and professional audiences.

Kate Carruthers Thomas is a Senior Research Fellow and Project Manager for the Athena SWAN programme at Birmingham City University, currently researching the role of gender in HE career trajectories and experiences of work using a feminist social geographic lens and narrative/spatial research methods.

This event is open to staff at all levels and lunch will be provided.

If you are interested in attending please register here


Researching Gender(ed) Work: Concepts & Methods

DTP Day School/ Not Credit Bearing Course for PhD and MA researchers

Tuesday, 2 May 2019, University of Warwick, R1.04 Ramphal Building, Library Road

9:30am for refreshments til 5:00pm

Ramiro Gomez, ‘Beverly Hills Housekeeper’, 2014.

This one day PhD Training Module seeks to explore interdisciplinary perspectives (theoretical and methodological) on the topic of Gender and Work, drawing on the research and teaching expertise across different disciplines, and delivered by members of the Connecting Research on Employment and Work (CREW) network at the University of Warwick. It is open to all research students at the Midlands Training Partnership institutions, including all years of the MPhil/ PhD programme. It is not credit bearing, but provides an opportunity for students researching topics on work, gender and family to meet each other. It is also open to MA students to audit, subject to space.


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