Our forthcoming events are listed below.
For videos and podcasts of past CSWG events, click here.
CSWG "Work (Not?) in Progress" Seminar: Session 1 - Fieldwork and Funding
“Work (Not?) In Progress” Sessions
An opportunity to connect and discuss
The COVID-19 crisis has impacted all of us in a number of different ways, from our emotional and mental wellbeing to productivity and how we do research. The Centre for the Study of Women and Gender (CSWG) is launching bi-weekly “Work (Not?) In Progress” sessions to informally connect and discuss issues that are affecting our community in this uncertain time.
You do not need to RSVP. The Zoom link for the session will be sent to the CSWG mailing list on the day, so please keep an eye out for that. We ask that you do not share this link beyond our mailing list due to safety.
We welcome all members of our CSWG community to these sessions. We understand many of you are juggling work with other responsibilities at the moment, so we are happy for you to join the event with children or while doing something else.
Wednesday 3rd June: Fieldwork and Funding
This session is a space for discussion on the impact of lockdown on current research and fieldwork, and on how we might conceptualise and envisage future funding applications. We will discuss the challenges we are facing in our respective projects and share strategies going forward.
Session lead: Dr Rachel O'Neill, Wellcome Fellow in the Department of Sociology whose research centres on questions of gender, subjectivity, culture and inequality.