The launch of the new AHRC Research Network Gender Wars: East and South
Join us for the launch of the new AHRC Research Network
Gender Wars: East and South
Gender Wars: East and South is an international interdisciplinary network of scholars and an artist focusing on gender and sexuality across Latin America and Central Eastern Europe in a comparative, cross-regional perspective. Its purpose is to bring together disciplinary expertise, area-based knowledge, and local know-how to Gender Wars aims to document the similarities, differences, and connections between "anti-gender" movements across the two regions.
3 pm – 4 pm Roundtable: Dialogues across and between East and South
Chair: Nicolette Makovicky (University of Oxford)
Flávia Biroli (University of Brasília) Anti-gender politics and democracy
Hadley Renkin (Central European University) Forever (gender) wars? Persistent postcolonial otherings
Agnieszka Kościańska (University Warsaw) Religion, reproduction and anti-genderism
Felipe Fernandes (University of Bahia) Non-heteronormative sexualities in anti-gender agendas
Conny Roggeband (University of Amsterdam) The war on gender and the reconfiguration of civic space
Karol Radziszewski (Warsaw) Gender wars in artistic practice
Discussant: Malu Gatto (University College London)
4:00 – 4.30 pm Coffee Break
4:30 pm – 6 pm Women against “anti-genderism”
Chair: Agnieszka Kościańska
Joana Perrone (University of Oxford) “Bela, recatada e do lar”: gender violence and femininity in contemporary Brazil
Agnieszka Kubal (University College London): Women’s Complaint as a window into the Polish society: Legal mobilization against authoritarian backsliding following the abortion law
Karolina Follis (Lancaster University) Bordering on war: the politics of gender and human mobility in Poland
Discussants: Victoria Goddard and Frances Pine (Goldsmiths, University of London).
6 pm – 7 pm Wine Reception
This is an in-person event with a possibility to join us remotely. Please visit Eventbrite to register for this event here.
For more on the Gender Wars network and future events, go to: https://genderwars.web.ox.ac.uk/