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Wed 1 May, '19
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Networking Session with Mary Hawkesworth: Meet your Fellow Feminist
S0.09 (Social Sciences Building)

As part of Prof. Mary Hawkesworth's visit to Warwick (jointly organised by PAIS, Sociology and CSWG, and funded by the IAS) we are organising a series of events, including this mentoring and networking session for feminist social scientists.

Colleagues are warmly welcomed to attend this event. It is open to PhD students, early career researchers (including teaching fellows and research assistants) and assistant and associate professors. The event will be chaired by Prof. Akwugo Emejulu (Sociology).

Wed 1 May, '19
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Public Lecture - Mary Hawkesworth: "Embodied Politics: Reconceptualising State Violence"
S0.19

As part of Prof. Mary Hawkesworth's visit to Warwick (jointly organised by PAIS, Sociology and CSWG, and funded by the IAS) we are organising a series of events, including this public lecture.

The talk will consider manifold ways that the state directly and indirectly engages in violence against women, LGBT and racial minorities - themes developed in Gender and Political Theory: Feminist Reckonings, which will be published by Polity (U.K) in January. This lecture will be chaired by Prof. Shirin Rai (PAIS).

Tue 7 May, '19
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Workshop: "Publish or Be Damned: Workshop on How to Publish in Interdisciplinary Feminist Journals"
S0.28

As part of Prof. Mary Hawkesworth's visit to Warwick (jointly organised by PAIS, Sociology and CSWG, and funded by the IAS) we are organising a series of events, including this workshop.

Professor Hawkesworth’s talk will draw on years of experience as an Editor for Signs and will address the importance of publishing in a publish or perish climate. Signs publishes path-breaking articles, review essays, comparative perspectives, and retrospectives of interdisciplinary interest addressing gender, race, culture, class, nation, and sexuality.

This session is open to PhD students, early career researchers (including teaching fellows and research assistants) and assistant and associate professors. Do come along and join us for an engaging discussion. The event will be chaired by Prof Azrini Wahidin (Sociology).