As part of LGBTQ history month, we are reblogging highlights from our 16 Days blogathon. Fidelma Ashe writes about Northern Ireland, the increased levels of security during the period of peacebuilding – which was facilitated by the 1998 peace accord –, and how LGBTI+ people continued to experience high levels of personal insecurity combined with and compounded by social and political exclusion.
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Award winning feminist academic Jackie Gulland tells us about her book - a history of disability benefits and their gendered effects. What might the lessons of the past mean today including in the context of COVD?.
The authors document the experiences of people from across Edinburgh and the Lothians during COVID-19 and lockdown, collecting video and audio diaries of residents through Lothian Lockdown: The Lothian Diary Project. Their preliminary analysis shows the gendered impacts of the pandemic and lockdown.
RACE.ED's inaugural episode focuses on Intersectionality across and between the Global South and North, and is created in collaboration with genderED, a cross-University hub for gender and sexualities studies at the University of Edinburgh.
Dr María López Belloso recently finished a nominated fellowship with IASH and genderED. This is a cross-post with the GEARING Roles blog. …