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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
  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
  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

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
  2. The pornographic other. Intersectional perspectives on nationalistic debates in Indonesia
    R Eberle
  3. Theorizing the Othering of East Germans as Constitutive Element in Hegemonic Discourses on Gender in Germany?
    K Heft
  4. Common differences”: Solidarity and Intersectionality
    K Mertlitsch
  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

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
  2. Feminist affect theory and the limits of the porous subject
    A.B. Carmichael
  3. Enacting science through affective work: feminist perspectives
    Alice Cervinková

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
  2. Enfleshing the Everyday, Engaging the Everyday, and Pedagogy as the Everyday
    D. Ortega
  3. Engaged Pedagogy in Sociology of education: tensions and possibilities
    L. Ruggi, R. Henderson-Espinoza
  4. Critical thinking, institutional relations and some feminist everyday practices: Notes from the postcolonial theory
    L. Tosold, R. Barboza da Silva

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
  2. 'Firstness' as a theoretical and methodological concept
    L. H. Brade
  3. Bordercrossing - reading feminist theorists of Color in Poland.
    E Majewska
  4. Black women graduates n the workplace. The problems of intersectional analysis.
    Carmen Diop

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
  2. A queer Mestiza 'autohistoria' unsettling white western borders of subjectivity and belonging
    E. Pakis
  3. Failing Sexuality, New Beginnings. Queer Narratives in Kathy Acker's My Mother: A Demonology
    N.K.E. Vonberg

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
  2. Ideological diversity and complexity in the contemporary feminist movement in Spain
    Maria Martinez
  3. Difference versus Equality- What does this mean for women's social exclusion?
    A. Iancu

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
  2. Help for subordinated inclusion? Effects of equality discourses in today's Norway
    T. Annfelt, B. Gullikstad
  3. Towards non-discriminatory social work practices: gender and ethnicity in the education of social workers in Norway
    J. Sverdljuk

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

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

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
  2. Women's informal education at the turn of the 19-20th century
    Orsolya Kereszty
  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

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
  2. Partnering across differences in North-West Europe and the need to re-conceptualise the field
    A Amirmoayed
  3. 'Feminisms on Facebook?': Mobilizations of Gender and Decoloniality in the Internet
    J. Roth

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
  2. From dream to trauma: discourse analysis of a trauma narrative told by a third generation holocaust survivor at a psychotherapeutic session
    Eszter Berán
  3. Mainstreaming Security: Intersections of Gender and Civil-Military Divide in Finnish Defence Organising
    Teemu Tallberg
  4. Warring Women: Comparing Female Participation in State and Non-State Militaries in India
    S. Joshi

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
  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
  3. Children exposed to gender violence. Their experiences about the batterer from a feminist perspective
    Iliana Palafox Luévano, Neus Roca Cortés
  4. The Perception and Construction of Sexual Harassment: the Case of Higher Education
    Marta Vohlídalová
  5. The Politics of Teaching Gendered Violence and Re-thinking the Difference a Victim Makes
    D. Buerkle, W. Benjamin

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
  2. Editing Memories, Searching Our Mothers' Voices
    Cristina Gamberi
  3. Violence by Women against Women - On the Trauma of Intersubjectivity and Social Trauma
    Sandra Meiri
  4. Gendered Narratives of the War on Terror in American Film and Television
    Aleksandra Rozalska