The GSRC analyses how gender and sexuality intersect with other social divisions and identities in a rapidly changing world, fostering interdisciplinary dialogue, collaboration and research.
The GSRC is premised upon ideals of knowledge exchange, partnership and inclusion.
It acts a hub, drawing together the wide-ranging research existing across the university on gender and sexualities, providing an intellectual base and fostering interdisciplinary dialogue, collaboration and research within City and beyond.
The Centre is critical, inclusive and outward-looking, offering a space for engagement with key contemporary issues.
These range from current news headlines (#MeToo, the gender pay gap, LGBTQI rights) to enduring questions about the dynamics of power and in/equality.
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Professor Rosalind Gill, of City’s Gender and sexualities Research Centre, will publish a new report on March 8th, to mark International Women’s day.
The report, Changing the Perfect Picture: Smartphones, Social Media and Appearance Pressures, is based on research with 175 young women and nonbinary people in the UK.
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