Read PhD researcher Emily Mann’s prize winning entry to our competition for student reflections on Cynthia Enloe’s Edinburgh keynote talk The International Politics of the #MeToo Movement: Are They Now Merely Yesterday? And, read too Cynthia Enloe’s reaction to Emily’s work!
Funders often have a rhetoric of supporting interdisciplinary research, but communication amongst researchers with different backgrounds can be challenging.
In today’s blog, genderED team members, Dr Aoife McKenna and Dr Rosalind Cavaghan write about how this can affect health-focused projects incorporating sex and gender and offer some solutions.
It is Women’s History month and as part of genderED’s ongoing project Voices from the Early Days, which seeks to capture the stories of pioneers of women’s, gender and feminist studies at University of Edinburgh, Stana Nenadic reflects upon the work and legacies of two leading women social and economic historians Rosalind Mitchison and Leah Leneman.