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Panel Block Program

Strand 01
Women's and Gender Studies between Neo-discipline and Interdisciplinarity


Panel 03

New Interventions and Critical Rethinking of Education in Gender Studies

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 14:00 - 15:30 | Room MB 201 in CEU

Chair: Luba Kobova

  1. A Need for A New Scientific Method: A Feminist Theory Approach to Understanding Latinas’ Perceptions of Science in High School
    M. N. Ortega
    A-0178
  2. Politics of location and the interdisciplinarity in teaching gender studies
    P. Korvajärvi, J. Vuori
    A-0273
  3. Building up a feminist education institution in academia
    K. M. Lempiainen
    A-0406

Strand 02
Rooting and Shifting (in) Feminist Research: Assessing the 'Turns' in Feminist Theory


Panel 02

Cartographies of Postcolonial Europe

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 14:00 - 15:30 | Room FT 309 in CEU

Chair: Ana Kolaric

  1. Reimagining 'identity': Challenges to Ethnic Stigmatizations in the case of Hungarian educational segregations of the Roma
    Erzsébet Barát
    A-0126
  2. Re-mapping "world literature": new cartographies of translation
    Manuela Coppola
    A-0127
  3. Whitewashing Europe and the Color of Hungary. Discourses of Race/Ethnicity after Oslo
    Eva Federmayer
    A-0128
  4. The Challenges of Transnational Knowledge Production in Gender Studies
    V. Woehrer
    A-0196

Strand 02
Rooting and Shifting (in) Feminist Research: Assessing the 'Turns' in Feminist Theory


Panel 07

Temporalities of Turns in Feminism

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 14:00 - 15:30 | Room FT 409 in CEU

Chair: Beatriz Revelles Benavente

  1. Past-Present-Future in Feminist Epistemology: How Does Feminist Research Turn?
    I. van der Tuin
    A-0023
  2. Feminism Out-of-Time: Applying New Feminist Metaphysics to the "Canon"
    R Loewen Walker
    A-0627
  3. Reproducing theoretical narratives or getting nervous about Decartes?
    S. Peltonen
    A-0694
  4. Cultural technologies of gender
    C. Hasse
    A-0742

Strand 03
Teaching 'Gender' across the Borders of the Human, Social, Natural and Biomedical Sciences


Panel 04

Locating the Feminist Classroom

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 14:00 - 15:30 | Room FT 809 in CEU

Chair: Eva Thun

  1. Gender issues in teacher education
    M. Hedlin, M. Aberg
    A-0132
  2. Teaching and Feminism: Embracing Pedagogical Politics
    L. Wanggren
    A-0285
  3. Teaching race in the feminist classroom: creating a site for intervention, challenge and change
    M Milatovic
    A-0286
  4. Feminism and Class: Confronting Privilege in a Place of Privilege
    S. Spoto
    A-0347
  5. From cheerful discovery to abstract theory: teaching Gender and Human Rights
    N. Policek
    A-0472

Strand 04
Located at the Crossroads of Race and Gender: Intersectional Analysis in Women's and Gender Studies


Panel 02

Intersectionality and equity

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 14:00 - 15:30 | Room FT 908 in CEU

Chair: Maria Pilar Tudela-Vázquez

  1. From Politics of Exclusion to Contentious Politics: Kemalist Women's Activism in post-1980 Turkey
    S. Cagatay
    A-0383
  2. Integrating multicultural societies into the EU: From gender mainstreaming to equity organizing
    U. Ozkaleli
    A-0389
  3. Global Concept - Local Struggles
    L. Martinsson
    A-0395
  4. The Othered Body Gendered and Devoured
    A. Hübner
    A-0587

Strand 04
Located at the Crossroads of Race and Gender: Intersectional Analysis in Women's and Gender Studies


Panel 09

Politics of relocation

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 14:00 - 15:30 | Room FT 508 in CEU

Chair: Brigitte Hipfl

  1. Settling in the Swiss Alps. How migrants women re-articulate their identity at the crossroads of origin, class and gender.
    Viviane Cretton Mballow
    A-0104
  2. Discovering spaces and negotiating identities in Lisbon city - The case of immigrant women in Portugal
    J. Miranda
    A-0204
  3. Intersectional Discrimination: Young Second Generation Migrant Women in Europe
    S. de Jong, S. Farris
    A-0435

Strand 05
Shifting Sexualities, Masculinities and Femininities: LGBTQI


Panel 05

Living Intimate Citizenship in Multicultural Europe. II.

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 14:00 - 15:30 | Room FT 608 in CEU

Chair: A.C. Santos

  1. Non-Cohabiting Relationships in Europe: a biographical-narrative interpretative approach
    M. Stoilova, S.Roseneil, I. Crowhurst, T. Hellesund, A.C Santos
    A-0332
  2. Close encounters: researching intimate lives in Europe
    I. Crowhurst, S. Roseneil, T. Hellesund, A. C. Santos, M. Stoilova
    A-0333

Strand 05
Shifting Sexualities, Masculinities and Femininities: LGBTQI


Panel 09

CANCELLED - Queering Education II (Troubling Educational Expectations)

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 14:00 - 15:30 | Room FT 708 in CEU

 

    Strand 06
    Revisiting 'Equality vs. Difference': Feminism in the 21st Century


    Panel 08

    Higher education and reserach policy in times of neo-liberalism: Structures of inequality and feminist interventions- Session 2

    Friday, May 18, 2012 | 14:00 - 15:30 | Room Z14 411 in CEU

    Chair: Paula Mählck

    1. Gender Equality as Neo-liberal Governmentality? A study of Gender equality work within three Swedish universities.
      M Carbin, B I Keisu, M Rönnblom
      A-0301
    2. Logics of inclusion and exclusion - academic gatekeepers and their praxes of equality and diversity policies in Sweden
      Irina Schmitt
      A-0453
    3. Globalized eduscapes and imaginaries: students, learning and mobility in knowledge society
      U. Mellström
      A-0775

    Strand 06
    Revisiting 'Equality vs. Difference': Feminism in the 21st Century


    Panel 10

    Beyond Equality and Difference session 1

    Friday, May 18, 2012 | 14:00 - 15:30 | Room MB 202 in CEU

    Chair: Marielle Smith

    1. Hastening towards the Beyond: the Dissolution of Feminist Thought into Technological Emancipation
      I.M. Hoofd
      A-0091
    2. From 'Equality versus Difference' To 'Nonmimetic Sharing and Staying With the Trouble': Testing Dualisms and Differences
      K. Thiele
      A-0117
    3. Difference - Diversity - (In)Equality
      Eike Marten
      A-0179

    Strand 07
    Triple Helix of Social Inclusion: Connecting Activism, Policy-making and Gender Research


    Panel 02

    New global realities and feminist politics

    Friday, May 18, 2012 | 14:00 - 15:30 | Room Gellner in CEU

    Chair: Erika Kispeter

    1. Local environmental politics for global gender equality
      Marja Vehviläinen
      A-0489
    2. De-patriarchalization without "Conscientization"? A Discourse Analysis on Elite's Public Talks on Malaysia’s "Polygamy Club" and "Obedient Wives' Club"
      M-H Lee
      A-0643
    3. Politics in the aftermath of the economic crisis. - Can critical use of irony lead to social and political change?
      E. H. Hafsteinsdóttir
      A-0677
    4. TRANSFEM: The transfer of employment good practices from Romania to Granada (Spain)
      L.del Moral, L Navarro, A. Bojica
      A-0692

    Strand 08
    Feminist Legacies, Feminist Futures: Generating Feminisms


    Panel 02

    Strategic Sisterhood

    Friday, May 18, 2012 | 14:00 - 15:30 | Room N11 616 in CEU

    Chair: Sasha Roseneil

    1. Recognition Struggles within Women's Movements: Towards More Inclusive Citizenship Practices
      L. Nyhagen Predelli
      A-0771
    2. Dialogue, cooperation and alliance between majority and minority women's organisations: the policy area of violence against women.
      B. Halsaa
      A-0772
    3. Discourses about majority-minority relations in women's organisations: issues of inclusion and exclusion.
      C. Thun
      A-0773

    Strand 08
    Feminist Legacies, Feminist Futures: Generating Feminisms


    Panel 09

    Post-State Socialist Women's Movements and Activism

    Friday, May 18, 2012 | 14:00 - 15:30 | Room Z14 412 in CEU

    Chair: Eszter Varsa

    1. Feminist theory in practice in the Czech Republic
      Blanka Nyklova
      A-0596
    2. Towards a non-exclusionary feminism in post-communist Romania
      I. Vlad
      A-0711
    3. Shifting political locations: Women in Georgia in search of their political identitites
      K. Chkheidze
      A-0734

    Strand 08
    Feminist Legacies, Feminist Futures: Generating Feminisms


    Panel 13

    Global injustice: feminists take back the political

    Friday, May 18, 2012 | 14:00 - 15:30 | Room N13 001 in CEU

    Chair: Regina Kreide

    1. Politics of Differences. Feminist Activism and the Question of Racism
      S. Mayer
      A-0033
    2. Tales of the apolitical: a feminist perspective
      J. Dean
      A-0233
    3. Take Back the Political. Questions on Third Wave Feminism.
      A. Molocea
      A-0478
    4. The Political Legacy of Iris Marion Young: Situating Responsibility for Justice
      B.P.McDonald
      A-0518

    Strand 09
    The Politics of Migration: Transnational Feminisms?


    Panel 06

    Work, migration and care

    Friday, May 18, 2012 | 14:00 - 15:30 | Room N11 615 in CEU

    Chair: Harriet Silius

    1. Circular care? The case of Ukrainan migrant women in Italy
      S. Marchetti
      A-0115
    2. Class, care and equal opportunities of migrant women
      Vesna Leskosek
      A-0116
    3. Approaching Knowledge of Dutch Society textbooks in the Inburgering programme: gender and ethnic stereotypes in the discourse constructing the professional attainment of immigrants in the Netherlands
      K. Pouentes
      A-0296
    4. Activating Policy in the Field of Unemployment Insurence and Social Welfare in Switzerland. A Gendered Perspective
      G. Hauss
      A-0413

    Strand 10
    Re-Imagining 'Europe': Imperialism, Post-State Socialism and Multiculturalism in the 21st Century


    Panel 01

    Orientalisms in Europe

    Friday, May 18, 2012 | 14:00 - 15:30 | Room N11 203 in CEU

    Chair: Judit Timár

    1. Nordic Exceptionalism and Gendered Peacekeeping: The Case of Iceland
      K. Loftsdóttir
      A-0131
    2. Intersecting Agendas: Feminist issues and postcolonial perspectives in contemporary literature
      J. Passos
      A-0160
    3. Free Movement, Travelling Prohibited: Intersections of Gender and "Ethnicity" in the Situation of the East European Roma in Finland
      M. Uimonen
      A-0207
    4. ”Politics of location” - Colonial legacies of privileges in ”Post”- colonial Greenland
      A. Andersen
      A-0297

    Strand 10
    Re-Imagining 'Europe': Imperialism, Post-State Socialism and Multiculturalism in the 21st Century


    Panel 02

    Contested Feminisms

    Friday, May 18, 2012 | 14:00 - 15:30 | Room N11 004 in CEU

    Chair: Brigitte Schnegg

    1. Soviet "emancipation of women of Orient" and post-Soviet history-writing in Russia (on example of women from the Middle Volga region)
      Yulia Gradskova
      A-0125
    2. Antifeminism and questions of feminist identity in Croatian society
      Mirjana Adamovic
      A-0337
    3. A blind-class racist feminist identity?
      Ioana Vrabiescu
      A-0479

    Strand 11
    Violence Revisited: Security, War and Peace Narrated


    Panel 04

    Progress and security in the past and current feminisms: gender, agency and antimilitarism

    Friday, May 18, 2012 | 14:00 - 15:30 | Room FT 509 in CEU

    Chair: Darcy Buerkle

    1. Gendered Decisions: Gender Constructions Surrounding the Women in the Obama Administration During the Libyan Intervention
      Gillian White
      A-0044
    2. Women at Heart : The Constitution of Gender in Victorian Political Discourse
      Adriana Zaharijevic
      A-0065
    3. Discovering the world, redeeming the nation: Italian women's antifascist internationalism after 1945
      C. Bonfiglioli
      A-0158
    4. A Queen Of Many Kingdoms: The Autobiography of Rayna Knjaginja (1877)
      Nadezhda Aleksandrova
      A-0165

    Strand 11
    Violence Revisited: Security, War and Peace Narrated


    Panel 11

    Representations of violence in films and arts

    Friday, May 18, 2012 | 14:00 - 15:30 | Room Z14 411/A in CEU

    Chair: Mary Clancy

    1. Female Traumas as Allegories of Crisis?
      A. Virginas
      A-0446
    2. Women and ex Yugoslav wars: Gender, victimization and terror
      Nevena Dakovic
      A-0545
    3. Transitional Justice and the arts
      R. Buikema
      A-0740
    4. Women's-inmates visual art during the holocaust: Embellished testimonies or reflections of reality?
      P. Rosenberg
      A-0741

    Strand 12
    Religion Revisited: Spirituality, Gender and the Post-Secular


    Panel 02

    Transforming religious practices

    Friday, May 18, 2012 | 14:00 - 15:30 | Room Popper in CEU

    Chair: Sandra Ponzanesi

    1. Religious Practices and the Internet: Muslim women's negotiation of identity and agency in post- and transnational Europe; Facebook rituals: religious and ethnic identities in the transnational digital practices of Muslim migrant women residing in Athens
      N. Kambouri, A. Zavos
      A-0101
    2. Religious Practices and the Internet: Redefining National, Religious and Gender Identities in the Netherlands
      E. Midden
      A-0088
    3. Marginal or (self-) Estranged: On-line and Off-line Religious Practices of Post-Soviet Muslim Female Migrants in the UK
      Oksana Morgunova
      A-0280
    4. Locating spirituality and women in contemporary Hinduism
      Surya Prakash Upadhyay
      A-0650

    Strand 13
    Creativity Reconsidered: Rethinking Feminist Art, Media and Technological Practices


    Panel 02

    Creative Encounters: Feminist Arts & the Politics of Knowledge Production - Part II

    Friday, May 18, 2012 | 14:00 - 15:30 | Room TIGy in CEU

    Chair: Redi Koobak

    1. Current Israeli Documentary Cinema and Women in Jerusalem
      R M Morag
      A-0239
    2. Haunted by reality: for a feminist study of documentary film between the aesthetics of factuality and the politics of visuality
      D. Olivieri
      A-0416
    3. Spaces of Social Encounter: Imagined Solidarities and Feminist Documentary Art, from the 1930s to the Present
      A. Grewal
      A-0513
    4. Cinema, media and Women's Arts in Poland- negotiations of the gaze
      M. Radkiewicz
      A-0562