Admission Price: Free to attend, please sign up in advance
Venue: Room DLG09, Rhind Building
An afternoon workshop organised by the City, University of London Department of Sociology’s Gender and Sexualities Research Forum (GSRF)
Supported by the British Sociological Association (BSA) Race & Ethnicity Study Group
Join us for this important workshop on female and BAME experiences of carrying out feminist and/or race and ethnicity research in the field of contemporary sociology and holding minority status(es) in an ever increasingly competitive, hierarchised environment. We will be discussing issues of ‘being’ and ‘doing’ gender and race in the social sciences including negotiating and interpreting the insider / outside experience in the research field, and challenging racism, sexism and power and privilege in the academy.
We will begin with a talk from Suki Ali, Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology at the London School of Economics followed by introductions from all participants. Representatives from City GSRF will convene the workshop portion. These will take the form of small group discussions on the themes of ‘doing’ gender and/or race, ‘being’ female and/or a racialised minority in the academy, and ‘change’ where we’ll in our groups form action points based on our thoughts during the discussions to feed out to the rest of the collective.
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When and where
4.00pm - 6.30pmTuesday 1st November 2016