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Panel Block Program

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


Panel 05

Research into Social Injustice: Lessons for the Discipline

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 15:30 - 17:00 | Room N11 210 in CEU

Chair: Dorottya Rdai

  1. Women behind bars: An study on the experiences with love and intimacy in the intersection of gender and social exclusion
    Estibaliz de Miguel
    A-0150
  2. The whole is more than the sum of its parts: A qualitative-quantitative multi-level approach to intersectional analysis of student drop-out.
    E. Günther, S. T. Koeszegi
    A-0242
  3. 'A break away from patriachal stereotypes in advertising'. The represenation of women in commercial women's magazines in South Africa: a comparison of Destiny Magazine and True Love Magazine.
    S.A. Sindane
    A-0269

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


Panel 07

Working on Intersectionality: Theoretical, Methodological and Methodical Considerations

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 15:30 - 17:00 | Room FT 409 in CEU

Chair: Kathleen Heft, Ronja Eberle

  1. „This is a dirty matter“. (Queer-)intersectional considerations of negotiations on cleanliness and cleaning work on a hospital ward
    K von Bose
    A-0780
  2. The pornographic other. Intersectional perspectives on nationalistic debates in Indonesia
    R Eberle
    A-0781
  3. Theorizing the Othering of East Germans as Constitutive Element in Hegemonic Discourses on Gender in Germany?
    K Heft
    A-0782
  4. Common differences”: Solidarity and Intersectionality
    K Mertlitsch
    A-0783
  5. Intersectionalities - "offside the main road": Categories of Knowledge Production in Conflict within Nation-State Projects of Cultural Memory (Cultural Studies/Communication Studies)
    A Schulze
    A-0784

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


Panel 05

Affecting Feminist Theory

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 15:30 - 17:00 | Room N11 203 in CEU

Chair: Evelien Geerts

  1. The significance of kindness for furthering feminist theory
    Maud Perrier
    A-0182
  2. Feminist affect theory and the limits of the porous subject
    A.B. Carmichael
    A-0197
  3. Enacting science through affective work: feminist perspectives
    Alice Cervinková
    A-0437

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


Panel 05

Feminist Education as a Politicized Space

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 15:30 - 17:00 | Room FT 508 in CEU

Chair: Eva Thun

  1. Building a gender research library in Yemen
    K Blomqvist
    A-0623
  2. Enfleshing the Everyday, Engaging the Everyday, and Pedagogy as the Everyday
    D. Ortega
    A-0750
  3. Engaged Pedagogy in Sociology of education: tensions and possibilities
    L. Ruggi, R. Henderson-Espinoza
    A-0751
  4. Critical thinking, institutional relations and some feminist everyday practices: Notes from the postcolonial theory
    L. Tosold, R. Barboza da Silva
    A-0774

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


Panel 05

Theorizing intersectionality

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 15:30 - 17:00 | Room MB 202 in CEU

Chair: G. Kristensen

  1. Transgressing the subject-object dualism in intersectional analysis - Challenging normalized power relations in feminist research practice
    K. Giritli Nygren, U. Schmauch
    A-0010
  2. 'Firstness' as a theoretical and methodological concept
    L. H. Brade
    A-0200
  3. Bordercrossing - reading feminist theorists of Color in Poland.
    E Majewska
    A-0612
  4. Black women graduates n the workplace. The problems of intersectional analysis.
    Carmen Diop
    A-0710

Strand 05
Shifting Sexualities, Masculinities and Femininities: LGBTQI


Panel 06

Sexual Art, Sexual Artifice

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 15:30 - 17:00 | Room FT 509 in CEU

Chair: E. Timar

  1. Art and urban intervention in queer/feminist resistance in Istanbul
    Sinem Sinan Goknur
    A-0107
  2. A queer Mestiza 'autohistoria' unsettling white western borders of subjectivity and belonging
    E. Pakis
    A-0469
  3. Failing Sexuality, New Beginnings. Queer Narratives in Kathy Acker's My Mother: A Demonology
    N.K.E. Vonberg
    A-0651

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


Panel 03

Feminist locations

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 15:30 - 17:00 | Room FT 609 in CEU

Chair: Mia Liinason

  1. Beautiful Body, Political Mind. Some remarks on the Italian case.
    Elena Alessiato
    A-0081
  2. Ideological diversity and complexity in the contemporary feminist movement in Spain
    Maria Martinez
    A-0100
  3. Difference versus Equality- What does this mean for women's social exclusion?
    A. Iancu
    A-0693

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


Panel 09

Experts and Minorities

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 15:30 - 17:00 | Room FT 608 in CEU

Chair: Berit Gullikstad

  1. Negotiating gender equality in a Norwegian welfare state context: Minoritizing and majoritizing gendered and racialized processes in child protective services.
    T G Stene Kristiansen
    A-0756
  2. Help for subordinated inclusion? Effects of equality discourses in today's Norway
    T. Annfelt, B. Gullikstad
    A-0759
  3. Towards non-discriminatory social work practices: gender and ethnicity in the education of social workers in Norway
    J. Sverdljuk
    A-0760

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


Panel 05

Policy and practice in Everyday Life: Care

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 15:30 - 17:00 | Room FT 708 in CEU

Chair: Vesna Leskošek

  1. Breastfeeding, Gender and Identity
    Nathalie Grandjean
    A-0045
  2. Shaping social relationships in foster families: case studies to the implications of policies and discourses in foster family care in Switzerland.
    Monika Götzö
    A-0251
  3. Being a mother in an alien land: The motherhood practices and experiences of Asian Chinese women in the Netherlands
    S-Y Huang
    A-0278
  4. Analysing Family and childhood policies in Europe: Future Directions
    M. Satka, C. Skehill
    A-0289
  5. (Subgroup - Motherhood and Childhood) Welfare Policies for Single Mothers in Albania
    A. Gruda, D. Çuli
    A-0323

Strand 08
Feminist Legacies, Feminist Futures: Generating Feminisms


Panel 11

Reproduction, Bodies, Feminist Theories

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 15:30 - 17:00 | Room TIGy in CEU

Chair: Judit Sandor

  1. Trans Others, Feminist Selves? Transfeminism and Corporeality
    N K Koller
    A-0381
  2. One is not born a child but becomes one
    J Sundhall
    A-0426
  3. Arguments for multiplicity in feminist theory and politics on the unborn
    R. Homanen
    A-0429
  4. Feminist theory and assisted reproduction - questions of technology, nature and gender equality as debated in Norway
    M. N. Ravn, K. Spilker
    A-0595
  5. No Future to Mother Outlaws? Motherhood in (Queer-) Feminist Theory
    C. Schadler, M. Malich
    A-0602

Strand 08
Feminist Legacies, Feminist Futures: Generating Feminisms


Panel 15

European Feminisms at the turn of the 19th and 20th Century

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 15:30 - 17:00 | Room N11 004 in CEU

Chair: Dominika Gruziel

  1. Jewish nationalism and feminism - taking over the legacy of women.
    Katarzyna Czerwonogóra
    A-0220
  2. Women's informal education at the turn of the 19-20th century
    Orsolya Kereszty
    A-0490
  3. "Equality vs. difference" in women's magazines from the beginning of the 20th century: analysis of the magazine "Zena"/"Woman" (1911-1921)
    A. Kolaric
    A-0758

Strand 09
The Politics of Migration: Transnational Feminisms?


Panel 05

Situated feminisms and transformations of gender relations

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 15:30 - 17:00 | Room MB 201 in CEU

Chair: Marianne Schmidbaur

  1. "Looking for a patient, lovely, cheerful and respectful Live-in". Access to the field of paid domestic work in Madrid
    Marianne Dobner, Simone Tappert
    A-0022
  2. Partnering across differences in North-West Europe and the need to re-conceptualise the field
    A Amirmoayed
    A-0421
  3. 'Feminisms on Facebook?': Mobilizations of Gender and Decoloniality in the Internet
    J. Roth
    A-0504

Strand 11
Violence Revisited: Security, War and Peace Narrated


Panel 08

Renegotiations of gender relations in military conflicts

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 15:30 - 17:00 | Room Gellner in CEU

Chair: Christina Morus

  1. Female soldiers: Renegotiating the nexus of gender and violence in the military
    L Thiel
    A-0203
  2. From dream to trauma: discourse analysis of a trauma narrative told by a third generation holocaust survivor at a psychotherapeutic session
    Eszter Berán
    A-0512
  3. Mainstreaming Security: Intersections of Gender and Civil-Military Divide in Finnish Defence Organising
    Teemu Tallberg
    A-0670
  4. Warring Women: Comparing Female Participation in State and Non-State Militaries in India
    S. Joshi
    A-0672

Strand 11
Violence Revisited: Security, War and Peace Narrated


Panel 09

Intimate violence narrated

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 15:30 - 17:00 | Room FT 908 in CEU

Chair: Yulia Gradskova

  1. The veiled fear: An exploration in the lives of the single Kashmiri women
    N. Kapany
    A-0279
  2. Recovery or liberation process from gender violence by intimate partner: Conceptual debate and phases description
    Neus Roca Cortés, Mireia Martínez Artola, Iliana Palafox Luévano
    A-0290
  3. Children exposed to gender violence. Their experiences about the batterer from a feminist perspective
    Iliana Palafox Luévano, Neus Roca Cortés
    A-0315
  4. The Perception and Construction of Sexual Harassment: the Case of Higher Education
    Marta Vohlídalová
    A-0411
  5. The Politics of Teaching Gendered Violence and Re-thinking the Difference a Victim Makes
    D. Buerkle, W. Benjamin
    A-0735

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


Panel 05

Visual Representations of Subjectivity

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 15:30 - 17:00 | Room MB 203 in CEU

Chair: Vita Fortunati

  1. Negotiating Asian American Sexuality: Intersectional Strategy in Alice Wu's Saving Face
    J. Chen
    A-0313
  2. Editing Memories, Searching Our Mothers' Voices
    Cristina Gamberi
    A-0353
  3. Violence by Women against Women - On the Trauma of Intersubjectivity and Social Trauma
    Sandra Meiri
    A-0366
  4. Gendered Narratives of the War on Terror in American Film and Television
    Aleksandra Rozalska
    A-0497