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S13, Posters


Monday, November 30, -0001 | 00:00 - 00:00 | Room Room 21

S01, Panel 01

Gender Studies in Times of Austerity and Academic Change

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 11:15 - 12:45 | Room FT 309

Chair: Angeliki Alvanoudi


K. Alnebratt, S. Grenz, M. Liinason, M. d. M. Pereira: Gender Studies in Times of Austerity and Academic Change (A-0704)

S02, Panel 01

Revisiting 'Situated Knowledges': Cyborgian encounters and partial translations of gender studies, physical sciences, and science studies

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 11:15 - 12:45 | Room FT 409

Chair: Veronika Woehrer


D. Lorenz-Meyer: Re-assembling gender as a matter of concern: gender essentialisms and interventions of feminist materialism (A-0223)

M. Erlemann: Situated knowledges and materiality in nanotechnologies: Perspectives for feminist theory (A-0227)

Elvira Scheich: Situating Nature: Gender and Queer Theory on Science and Knowledge Practices (A-0402)

Á. Kovács: Do Feminist Epistemologies Pertain to the Physical Sciences? (A-0499)

S03, Panel 01

Feminist Research Between the Social and the Life Sciences

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 11:15 - 12:45 | Room MB 202

Chair: Edyta Just


B McEwen: On the role of new findings of epigenetics which could influence gender research (A-0030)

S. Irni: Performativity of hormones (A-0175)

G. Mauerer: The impact of feminist theories on gender aspects in health sciences (A-0309)

A.V. Kleinherenbrink: Fighting 'Neurosexism': in search of 'best practices' in psychology (A-0616)

S04, Panel 01

Women, migration, and transformation of citizenship

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 11:15 - 12:45 | Room N11 203

Chair: V.B. Blum


O. Blumen: Modernization and social change among Druze women of the Galilee (A-0167)

D. Cherubini: Building citizenship “from below”: migrant women’s associations in Spain (A-0213)

M. P. Tudela-Vázquez: Dialogues of Belonging: Experiences of Citizenship in United States (A-0354)

Amets Suess: Gender Diversity, Citizenship and Human Rights (A-0374)

S04, Panel 07

Intersectionality, health and pedagogy

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 11:15 - 12:45 | Room FT 508

Chair: R. Henderson-Espinoza


K. Wolanik Boström, M. Öhlander: Aspects of intersectionality in finding one's way as a doctor - Polish doctors in Swedish health care (A-0074)

B. Partel: Representations, Constructions and Disruptions. (A-0181)

L.J. Fisher: Feminism, Gender, and Disability (A-0687)

I Ilisei: Access to higher education reshapes the identity of women inside the minority group (A-0727)

S05, Panel 04

Living Intimate Citizenship in Multicultural Europe. I.

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 11:15 - 12:45 | Room FT 809

Chair: M. Stoilova


S. Roseneil, I. Crowhurst, T. Hellesund, M. Stoilova, A.C. Santos: Remaking Intimate Citizenship in Multicultural Europe (A-0328)

A. C. Santos, S. Roseneil, I. Crowhurst, T. Hellesund, M. Stoilova: Unpacking Unconventionality: same-sex sexualities and the possibilities of full intimate citizenship (A-0329)

S. Roseneil, I. Crowhurst, T. Hellesund, A. C. Santos, M. Stoilova: Intimate Citizenship and the Tenacity of the Couple Norm: a cross-national analysis (A-0331)

S05, Panel 08

Queering Education I (Teaching the Straight and Narrow: Children and Young People with LGBTQ Parents and Their Experiences in School)

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 11:15 - 12:45 | Room FT 708

Chair: K. Nedbalkova


I. Schmitt, M. Gustavson: Practices of recognition - kids with queer families in Sweden (A-0244)

Anna Malmquist: "A family means that you are good together" - Children of lesbian parents talk about families (A-0245)

Maja Pan: In the name of children's protection: polyvalent discourse on rainbow families in schools (A-0246)

Dorottya Redai: "There are girls, boys and me." Constructing non-heteronormative gendered and sexual identities in a school environment. (A-0339)

S06, Panel 06

Difference/ Equality - Theoretical Interventions

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 11:15 - 12:45 | Room N11 004

Chair: Eike Marten


E. Hanappi-Egger: Distribution OR recognition? A critical reflection on the synthesis of exploitation and diversity studies (A-0070)

Bronwyn Winter: Challenging the 'equality vs difference' paradigm (A-0188)

Doris Urbanek: Substantive Equality or: Challenging the Wollstonecraft's Dilemma, Once More (A-0554)

S06, Panel 07

Higher education and reserach policy in times of neo-liberalism: Structures of inequality and feminist interventions- Session 1

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 11:15 - 12:45 | Room Popper

Chair: Ulf Mellström


P Mählck: Women academics in the era of the global knowledge economy: knowledge production and technologies of resistance? (A-0036)

Beverley Thaver: Higher education and research policy in times of neo-liberalism (A-0532)

C. Leathwood: Value/s, difference and inequalities: A feminist analysis of higher education research policy in the UK (A-0137)

S07, Panel 01

Mobilizing women: Local feminist activism

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 11:15 - 12:45 | Room MB 201

Chair: Susanne Kimm


E. Korolczuk, R. E. Hryciuk: Negotiating 'private' identities within public space: the case of single mothers for the Alimony fund movement in Poland (A-0057)

M Kennedy-Macfoy: Everywhere between a rock and a hard place? Migrant and minority women’s organisations in Europe (A-0432)

L. Bassel, A. Emejulu: Intersectional Politics at the Grassroots: Mapping Minority Ethnic Women's Anti-Poverty Activism in an Age of Austerity (A-0482)

C.M. Morus: Locating local feminist activism in a transnational feminist landscape: A Critical Consideration of Serbia's Women in Black (A-0709)

S08, Panel 01

The European Feminist Legacy goes online: the FRAGEN project

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 11:15 - 12:45 | Room TIGy

Chair: Mieke Verloo


T. Vriend: Writing European Feminisms': FRAGEN and Answers (A-0765)

S. de Jong: Cracking the Code: Methodological Challenges in the Coding, Process of the Selected Texts (A-0766)

R. Sáfrány: Core feminist texts that influenced the Women's Movement in Hungary (A-0767)

S08, Panel 16

Contemporary Dilemmas in Gender Studies and Feminist Policies

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 11:15 - 12:45 | Room Gellner

Chair: Raluca Popa


Michaela Mudure: The Imperial Ways of Globalism: Women’s Studies to Romania (A-0001)

D. Kase: Feminism and Fight for Women's Rights. How to Be and Remain a Feminist Activist? (A-0138)

Leena Schmitter: Politics of Ownership. The Female Reproductive Body as a Political Issue in the Swiss Abortion Debates (1960s-1990s) (A-0400)

S09, Panel 01

Postcolonial Europe: Rethinking cinematic spaces and affects

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 11:15 - 12:45 | Room Auditorium

Chair: Sandra Ponzanesi


Sandra Ponzanesi: The Non-Places of Migrant and Diasporic Cinema in Contemporary Europe (A-0135)

B.Hipfl: Migrant assemblages in two Austrian films - interventions and inventions (A-0151)

M. E. Pereira: Unveiling Gender in Filmic Narratives of the Diaspora: Representations of South-Asian Women in Exile (A-0173)

S10, Panel 04

Gender and Work in Postsocialist Europe

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 11:15 - 12:45 | Room FT 908

Chair: Minna Uimonen


B. Nagy, L. Vicsek: Gender aspects at a multinational company near Budapest (A-0191)

A. Mago-Maghiar: Sexualization patterns of the ''Eastern-European woman'' (A-0284)

Judit Timár: Re-Imagining Rural Communities through Women's Experiences under New-Capitalism in Hungary (A-0449)

E. Kispeter: Gendered labor market effects of the global economic crisis: a case study from Hungary (A-0722)

S12, Panel 03

Between religious and secular

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 11:15 - 12:45 | Room N11 210

Chair: Marek Wojtaszek


N. Hoel: Islamic Feminism/s: Generating Epistemologies through Women's Experiential Realities (A-0004)

Julie Billaud: Everyday uses of Islamic justice: gender, legal interpenetrations and non-secular modernity in shari'a practices in England (A-0120)

E. Mahadeen: Bridging the gap between the secular and the religious: Honour crimes in Jordan as a case study (A-0551)

Agnieszka Koscianska: Regulating Sexuality and Gender in Poland through Science and Religion (A-0592)

S13, Panel 03

Creative Forces in Music Production

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 11:15 - 12:45 | Room N11 615

Chair: Judit Acsady


K Widegren: Deep Cuts - Feminist Staregies of the Swedish Electronica-duo The Knife (A-0222)

Evelien Geerts: Singing sirens. Contemporary rock goddesses and their subversive-mimetic act of 'chanter-hystérique' (A-0370)

D. Leibetseder: Trans Songs. Gender Deviant Examples of Self-Expression in Rock and Pop Music. (A-0448)

T.D.Hall: Indie - without gender? (A-0607)

S01, Panel 03

New Interventions and Critical Rethinking of Education in Gender Studies

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

Chair: Luba Kobova


M. N. Ortega: A Need for A New Scientific Method: A Feminist Theory Approach to Understanding Latinas’ Perceptions of Science in High School (A-0178)

P. Korvajärvi, J. Vuori: Politics of location and the interdisciplinarity in teaching gender studies (A-0273)

K. M. Lempiainen: Building up a feminist education institution in academia (A-0406)

S02, Panel 02

Cartographies of Postcolonial Europe

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

Chair: Ana Kolaric


Erzsébet Barát: Reimagining 'identity': Challenges to Ethnic Stigmatizations in the case of Hungarian educational segregations of the Roma (A-0126)

Manuela Coppola: Re-mapping "world literature": new cartographies of translation (A-0127)

Eva Federmayer: Whitewashing Europe and the Color of Hungary. Discourses of Race/Ethnicity after Oslo (A-0128)

V. Woehrer: The Challenges of Transnational Knowledge Production in Gender Studies (A-0196)

S02, Panel 07

Temporalities of Turns in Feminism

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

Chair: Beatriz Revelles Benavente


I. van der Tuin: Past-Present-Future in Feminist Epistemology: How Does Feminist Research Turn? (A-0023)

R Loewen Walker: Feminism Out-of-Time: Applying New Feminist Metaphysics to the "Canon" (A-0627)

S. Peltonen: Reproducing theoretical narratives or getting nervous about Decartes? (A-0694)

C. Hasse: Cultural technologies of gender (A-0742)

S03, Panel 04

Locating the Feminist Classroom

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

Chair: Eva Thun


M. Hedlin, M. Aberg: Gender issues in teacher education (A-0132)

L. Wanggren: Teaching and Feminism: Embracing Pedagogical Politics (A-0285)

M Milatovic: Teaching race in the feminist classroom: creating a site for intervention, challenge and change (A-0286)

S. Spoto: Feminism and Class: Confronting Privilege in a Place of Privilege (A-0347)

N. Policek: From cheerful discovery to abstract theory: teaching Gender and Human Rights (A-0472)

S04, Panel 02

Intersectionality and equity

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

Chair: Maria Pilar Tudela-Vázquez


S. Cagatay: From Politics of Exclusion to Contentious Politics: Kemalist Women's Activism in post-1980 Turkey (A-0383)

U. Ozkaleli: Integrating multicultural societies into the EU: From gender mainstreaming to equity organizing (A-0389)

L. Martinsson: Global Concept - Local Struggles (A-0395)

A. Hübner: The Othered Body Gendered and Devoured (A-0587)

S04, Panel 09

Politics of relocation

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

Chair: Brigitte Hipfl


Viviane Cretton Mballow: Settling in the Swiss Alps. How migrants women re-articulate their identity at the crossroads of origin, class and gender. (A-0104)

J. Miranda: Discovering spaces and negotiating identities in Lisbon city - The case of immigrant women in Portugal (A-0204)

S. de Jong, S. Farris: Intersectional Discrimination: Young Second Generation Migrant Women in Europe (A-0435)

S05, Panel 05

Living Intimate Citizenship in Multicultural Europe. II.

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

Chair: A.C. Santos


M. Stoilova, S.Roseneil, I. Crowhurst, T. Hellesund, A.C Santos: Non-Cohabiting Relationships in Europe: a biographical-narrative interpretative approach (A-0332)

I. Crowhurst, S. Roseneil, T. Hellesund, A. C. Santos, M. Stoilova: Close encounters: researching intimate lives in Europe (A-0333)

S05, Panel 09

CANCELLED - Queering Education II (Troubling Educational Expectations)

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

S06, 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

Chair: Paula Mählck


M Carbin, B I Keisu, M Rönnblom: Gender Equality as Neo-liberal Governmentality? A study of Gender equality work within three Swedish universities. (A-0301)

Irina Schmitt: Logics of inclusion and exclusion - academic gatekeepers and their praxes of equality and diversity policies in Sweden (A-0453)

U. Mellström: Globalized eduscapes and imaginaries: students, learning and mobility in knowledge society (A-0775)

S06, Panel 10

Beyond Equality and Difference session 1

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

Chair: Marielle Smith


I.M. Hoofd: Hastening towards the Beyond: the Dissolution of Feminist Thought into Technological Emancipation (A-0091)

K. Thiele: From 'Equality versus Difference' To 'Nonmimetic Sharing and Staying With the Trouble': Testing Dualisms and Differences (A-0117)

Eike Marten: Difference - Diversity - (In)Equality (A-0179)

S07, Panel 02

New global realities and feminist politics

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

Chair: Erika Kispeter


Marja Vehviläinen: Local environmental politics for global gender equality (A-0489)

M-H Lee: De-patriarchalization without "Conscientization"? A Discourse Analysis on Elite's Public Talks on Malaysia’s "Polygamy Club" and "Obedient Wives' Club" (A-0643)

E. H. Hafsteinsdóttir: Politics in the aftermath of the economic crisis. - Can critical use of irony lead to social and political change? (A-0677)

L.del Moral, L Navarro, A. Bojica: TRANSFEM: The transfer of employment good practices from Romania to Granada (Spain) (A-0692)

S08, Panel 02

Strategic Sisterhood

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

Chair: Sasha Roseneil


L. Nyhagen Predelli: Recognition Struggles within Women's Movements: Towards More Inclusive Citizenship Practices (A-0771)

B. Halsaa: Dialogue, cooperation and alliance between majority and minority women's organisations: the policy area of violence against women. (A-0772)

C. Thun: Discourses about majority-minority relations in women's organisations: issues of inclusion and exclusion. (A-0773)

S08, Panel 09

Post-State Socialist Women's Movements and Activism

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

Chair: Eszter Varsa


Blanka Nyklova: Feminist theory in practice in the Czech Republic (A-0596)

I. Vlad: Towards a non-exclusionary feminism in post-communist Romania (A-0711)

K. Chkheidze: Shifting political locations: Women in Georgia in search of their political identitites (A-0734)

S08, Panel 13

Global injustice: feminists take back the political

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

Chair: Regina Kreide


S. Mayer: Politics of Differences. Feminist Activism and the Question of Racism (A-0033)

J. Dean: Tales of the apolitical: a feminist perspective (A-0233)

A. Molocea: Take Back the Political. Questions on Third Wave Feminism. (A-0478)

B.P.McDonald: The Political Legacy of Iris Marion Young: Situating Responsibility for Justice (A-0518)

S09, Panel 06

Work, migration and care

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

Chair: Harriet Silius


S. Marchetti: Circular care? The case of Ukrainan migrant women in Italy (A-0115)

Vesna Leskosek: Class, care and equal opportunities of migrant women (A-0116)

K. Pouentes: 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 (A-0296)

G. Hauss: Activating Policy in the Field of Unemployment Insurence and Social Welfare in Switzerland. A Gendered Perspective (A-0413)

S10, Panel 01

Orientalisms in Europe

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

Chair: Judit Timár


K. Loftsdóttir: Nordic Exceptionalism and Gendered Peacekeeping: The Case of Iceland (A-0131)

J. Passos: Intersecting Agendas: Feminist issues and postcolonial perspectives in contemporary literature (A-0160)

M. Uimonen: Free Movement, Travelling Prohibited: Intersections of Gender and "Ethnicity" in the Situation of the East European Roma in Finland (A-0207)

A. Andersen: ”Politics of location” - Colonial legacies of privileges in ”Post”- colonial Greenland (A-0297)

S10, Panel 02

Contested Feminisms

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

Chair: Brigitte Schnegg


Yulia Gradskova: Soviet "emancipation of women of Orient" and post-Soviet history-writing in Russia (on example of women from the Middle Volga region) (A-0125)

Mirjana Adamovic: Antifeminism and questions of feminist identity in Croatian society (A-0337)

Ioana Vrabiescu: A blind-class racist feminist identity? (A-0479)

S11, 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

Chair: Darcy Buerkle


Gillian White: Gendered Decisions: Gender Constructions Surrounding the Women in the Obama Administration During the Libyan Intervention (A-0044)

Adriana Zaharijevic: Women at Heart : The Constitution of Gender in Victorian Political Discourse (A-0065)

C. Bonfiglioli: Discovering the world, redeeming the nation: Italian women's antifascist internationalism after 1945 (A-0158)

Nadezhda Aleksandrova: A Queen Of Many Kingdoms: The Autobiography of Rayna Knjaginja (1877) (A-0165)

S11, Panel 11

Representations of violence in films and arts

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

Chair: Mary Clancy


A. Virginas: Female Traumas as Allegories of Crisis? (A-0446)

Nevena Dakovic: Women and ex Yugoslav wars: Gender, victimization and terror (A-0545)

R. Buikema: Transitional Justice and the arts (A-0740)

P. Rosenberg: Women's-inmates visual art during the holocaust: Embellished testimonies or reflections of reality? (A-0741)

S12, Panel 02

Transforming religious practices

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

Chair: Sandra Ponzanesi


N. Kambouri, A. Zavos: 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 (A-0101)

E. Midden: Religious Practices and the Internet: Redefining National, Religious and Gender Identities in the Netherlands (A-0088)

Oksana Morgunova: Marginal or (self-) Estranged: On-line and Off-line Religious Practices of Post-Soviet Muslim Female Migrants in the UK (A-0280)

Surya Prakash Upadhyay: Locating spirituality and women in contemporary Hinduism (A-0650)

S13, Panel 02

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

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

Chair: Redi Koobak


R M Morag: Current Israeli Documentary Cinema and Women in Jerusalem (A-0239)

D. Olivieri: Haunted by reality: for a feminist study of documentary film between the aesthetics of factuality and the politics of visuality (A-0416)

A. Grewal: Spaces of Social Encounter: Imagined Solidarities and Feminist Documentary Art, from the 1930s to the Present (A-0513)

M. Radkiewicz: Cinema, media and Women's Arts in Poland- negotiations of the gaze (A-0562)

S01, Panel 02

Feminism Translated: Deconstructing Women's/Gender Studies in the "Nordic" region, 1975-2005. A conversation with Clare Hemmings

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 16:00 - 17:30 | Room Auditorium

Chair: A conversation with Clare Hemmings


U. Dahl, M. Liljeström, U. Manns, C. Hemmings: A conversation with Clare Hemmings (A-0440)

S02, Panel 03

After Feminism Sovereignty, Affect and Life

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 16:00 - 17:30 | Room FT 908

Chair: Peta Hinton


F. Colman: Affective Feminicity (A-0732)

R. Coleman: Materialising the future: Affect, images and feminist theory (A-0778)

E. K. Stapleton: The Feminist Sovereign: Virginia Woolf and Georges Bataille (A-0777)

S03, Panel 02

Redefining/Sharing Concepts: Bodies, Matter, Identities - Part I

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 16:00 - 17:30 | Room FT 309

Chair: Anna Loutfi


J Gunnarson Payne: Reproduction in Transition: Cross-Border Egg Donation in Post-Socialist Europe (A-0152)

Sigrid Schmitz: Questioning the cerebral subject with feminist materialism (A-0174)

Vera Fonseca: Paula Rego and Tracey Emin (A-0234)

E.Just: Redefining/Sharing Concepts: Body, Matter, Identity (A-0261)

S04, Panel 03

Intersectionality, institutions and policies

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 16:00 - 17:30 | Room FT 508

Chair: Carmen Diop


Heike Mauer: Intersections of Gender, Nation and Class: The regulation of prostitution in Luxembourg (1900-1939) as Governmentality (A-0002)

K. Maki, N. Bozatzis: Orientalist constructions of third world countries in Greek NGOs (A-0047)

Elin Kvist: Clean homes, pure work- Labor market consequences of public subsidies on domestic services from a class, gender, race and intersectional perspective (A-0591)

S04, Panel 08

Intersectionality and the body

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 16:00 - 17:30 | Room FT 608

Chair: E. M . Majewska


Sanna Sarromaa: Health and appearance as classed-bound competences (A-0079)

A. Anchisi, R. Foley, C. Palazzo-Crettol: Oral chemotherapy in the elderly as a place for intersectionality of multiple systems of domination (A-0085)

V. Blum: Intersectionality and consubstantiality: 2 tools of analysis to think crossroads of gender, race and class (A-0498)

J. Ahlbeck, K. Jungar: The Erotic Dancer"- Danger and disease in contemporary Finnish media discourses (A-0648)

S05, Panel 01

Shifting Families, Shifting Fantasies

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 16:00 - 17:30 | Room N11 210

Chair: Tuula Juvonen


R Béres-Deák: Discourses on gay and lesbian parenting in Hungarian LGBT communities (A-0140)

Sveva Magaraggia: Narratives of New Fatherhoods and Masculinities (A-0390)

Lucie Jarkovska: Gender fiction: Location of gender in children's fantasies (A-0510)

S05, Panel 10


Friday, May 18, 2012 | 16:00 - 17:30 | Room FT 609

Chair: M. Pan


L. Berg: "25 dollar rebel": Identity politics, Legislation and Class in stories from Lesbian Activists in Nicaragua (A-0275)

F. Guerrini: Researching Queer Articulations of Gender: The Habitus as Analytical Tool (A-0408)

K. Nedbalkova: Working class families in the Czech Republic: real, wanted and sentenced to failure? (A-0679)

T Motterle: Gender (non-)conformity and heteronormative discourse (A-0705)

S06, Panel 11

Beyong Equality and Difference Session 2

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 16:00 - 17:30 | Room MB 202

Chair: Kathrin Thiele


K. Loncarevic: Embracing the 'Paradox': (Re)Thinking and (Re)Imagining the Relationship between Equality and Difference in Feminist Political Theory (A-0164)

M.S. Smith: The partial and co-emerging subject, or: How to go beyond the dualism? (A-0183)

Elena Gapova: Equality and Difference after Socialism and How This Can Be Important Beyond the Region (A-0216)

S07, Panel 03

Gender in academia: Changing feminist strategies

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 16:00 - 17:30 | Room Gellner

Chair: Erika Kispeter


E. Günther, C. Keinert-Kisin, E. Zedlacher, S. T. Koeszegi: Couldn't resist? How to balance role-conflicts in an intra-organizational gender research project (A-0205)

G.M. Pétursdóttir: Emphasized and pariah femininity within the aura of gender equality (A-0338)

M. Linková: Gender equality in European science policy: the political economy of structural change (A-0415)

S.E. Wieringa: Balancing Academia and Action Research; Reflections on 30 years of feminist research (A-0423)

S07, Panel 07

Europeanization and connections to activism, policy and research

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 16:00 - 17:30 | Room MB 201

Chair: Alison Woodward


B.M. Bagilhole, N. Le Feuvre, M. Edstrom, E-M. Svensson: Intersectionality to the rescue? A Cross-national analysis of equal opportunities policy and tools (A-0190)

Petra Debusscher: Gender Equality in European Commission Development Aid: Policy Evaporation and the Neglect of Civil Society (A-0201)

A. Elomäki: The economic case for gender equality - an opportunity or a risk for gender equality in the European Union? (A-0563)

E. Weiner: Recusing, Misusing, Abusing?: The Use of of Equal Opportunity Law in Bohemia (A-0776)

S08, Panel 03

Neither Here nor There: Feminists in Search of Location

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 16:00 - 17:30 | Room N11 004

Chair: Biljana Kasic


B. Kasic, M. Richter-Malabotta, L. Lund Pedersen, E. Skaerbaek, S. Prlenda: Neither Here nor There: Feminists in Search of Location (A-0103)

S08, Panel 06

Fluid Feminisms: The Leaking Body in Charlotte Roche's Wetlands

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 16:00 - 17:30 | Room FT 708

Chair: Eszter Tímár


K. Aghtan: Wet at the Seams: Facing Off with Auto-violation in Charlotte Roche’s Wetlands (A-0330)

M O Rourke: Thinking Through the Anus: Charlotte Roche's Reverse Money Shot (A-0358)

K. J. Sellberg: Mucous Mappings of Self in Charlotte Roche's 'Wetlands' (A-0384)

S08, Panel 08

Researching Across the Feminist Waves

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 16:00 - 17:30 | Room FT 409

Chair: Francisca de Haan


L. Oates-Indruchova: Feminist Thought in the Czech Republic: Tradition of Myth? (A-0304)

D. Withers, N. Moore: Towards a historiography of the continuous: eco/ feminist activism in the 1990s and beyond (A-0320)

K. J. Aune: Navigating feminist waves and (mis)representations: third-wave feminism in the twenty-first century UK (A-0447)

S09, Panel 02

Migrant and "native" women at looking glass in the European context

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 16:00 - 17:30 | Room FT 809

Chair: Aino Saarinen, Franca Bimbi


Franca Bimbi: Gender violence and self-reflexivity as agency (A-0215)

G. D'Odorico, F.A. Vianello: Definitions of violence against women in migratory contexts: towards a transcultural vocabulary (A-0226)

A Saarinen, K Aitamurto: Trialogue between "immigration critics", post-colonial feminists and migrant women (A-0235)

S09, Panel 07

ReSisters in Travelling Concepts: Engendering Key Words - Part 1

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 16:00 - 17:30 | Room N11 203

Chair: Jean Pfaelzer


A Mulhall: Intimate States: the biopolitics of contemporary Ireland (A-0459)

M Sullivan: Thinking Maternally: Derridean metaphors and McGuckian's Poetics (A-0461)

F Orta Jacinto: Feminist Critique of the Enlightenment and Marx's Value Theory: possible links? (A-0462)

M Karavanta: Polis and Community: The Unwanted Refugee as the Figure of the Anthropos (A-0470)

S10, Panel 03

Crossing Borders

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 16:00 - 17:30 | Room Z14 412

Chair: Manuela Coppola


K. Demcsák: Women from Europe to Europe. Representations of Female Identity in Eastern European Immigrant Writers' Narratives in Italy (A-0148)

Francesca Alice Vianello: Translocational positionality and transcultural models of "double presence" (A-0168)

Nóra Séllei: Re-Imagining Post-Socialist Spaces in the Writings of Noémi Kiss (A-0398)

G. Colpani, A.J. Habed: "In Europe it is Different". Gender, Sexuality, and European Belonging in the Italian Progressive Discourse (A-0620)

S11, Panel 06

Locating women in war

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 16:00 - 17:30 | Room Z14 411

Chair: Pnina Rosenberg


Galina Nelaeva: Transnational activism and wartime rapes (A-0029)

I.V. Rebrova: Women at World War II: Traumatic Experience and Silent Memory (A-0189)

M Clancy: Recruiting peace and war: gender and public agency during the First World War (A-0531)

Jessica Hulten: Locating Women War Criminals: A Critical Consideration of residually entrenched gender assumptions in processes of International Justice (A-0680)

S11, Panel 07

Historiographies of violence

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 16:00 - 17:30 | Room Z 311

Chair: Neus Roca Cortés


Olena Petrenko: Ordinariness of Violence: Ukrainian Insurgency against the Post-War Sovietization of the Western Ukraine. The case of the female teachers (A-0061)

S Henstra: Mourning and Public Engagement: Contemporary Canadian Women's Memorials (A-0322)

Antonia Cirjak, Tina Pavlovic , Marija Saric: The ''other'' view: visual analysis of photographs and analysis of the testimonies of female reporters during the war in the former Yugoslavia in the 1990s (A-0365)

Nadezda Petrusenko: The Saints who Kill - Gender Stereotypes in the Historical Works on the Russian Female Terrorists at the Beginning of the 20th century (A-0414)

S12, Panel 05

Religious lives and practices

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 16:00 - 17:30 | Room Popper

Chair: Aino-Maija Hiltunen


Brigitte Jelen: Emancipating Women and the Rise of Masculine Anxiety in Contemporary Turkey (A-0538)

I. Mohammed: Women and Islamist groups in the UK (A-0590)

L. Shrage: Marriage in a Free Society (A-0739)

S13, Panel 01

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

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 16:00 - 17:30 | Room TIGy

Chair: Domitilla Olivieri


M.Zitmane: Gender representation in printed advertisements during post-Soviet period. Formation of ideal femininity / masculinity. Analysis of Latvia's case study 1991-1995. (A-0367)


R. Koobak: Your Periphery is My Centre: Situating Feminist Imaginaries in Self-Portrait Photography (A-0420)

M. Oliveira: Discourse and materiality: feminist perspectives in contemporary art (A-0433)

Ana Gabriela Macedo: Material Culture, New Corpographies and Narratives of Dissent (A-0467)

S13, Panel 07

Creative Practices And Body Politics

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 16:00 - 17:30 | Room Z14 411A

Chair: Gloria Alicia Caballero Roca


Adrienne Beaudry: "Making the clothes fit my body - not my body fit the clothes": A feminist look at the online sewing community (A-0394)

Jenny Sundén: Clockwork and Corsets: Technology as Fetish (A-0550)

K.B. Smiet: "Fat Acceptance": An Exemplary Transnational Feminist Community? (A-0654)

R. R. Leitlein: Contemplating sexuality as an art form (A-0764)

S01, Panel 06

Theory, Materiality and Praxis in Intersectional Feminist Research

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 11:00 - 12:30 | Room FT 409

Chair: Zuzana Kepplova


M.M. Pereira: The Politics of the Location of “Proper” Knowledge: Feminist Scholarship and the Epistemic Status of Nations (A-0011)

T. Myketiak: Defending a pluralist approach to intersectionality (A-0206)

S. Peltonen, N. Vuolajärvi: Matters of race - questions of matter and materiality in feminist postcolonial theory and research (A-0292)

S02, Panel 06

Re-Thinking the Political in Material and Third-Wave Feminism

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 11:00 - 12:30 | Room TIGy

Chair: Iris van der Tuin


B. Revelles Benavente: Third wave feminist epistemology as act of resitance: uniting epistemology and political activism (A-0108)

L. Kobova: The protracted turn to the political (A-0492)

P Hinton: Situated Knowledge and the Vocational Subject: Rethinking a Politics of Location (A-0769)

S03, Panel 03

Redefining/Sharing Concepts: Bodies, Matter, Identities - Part II

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 11:00 - 12:30 | Room FT 309

Chair: Anna Loutfi


P. Treusch: Companionship revisited. Discussing the humanoid robot as an artificial sociable entity from a feminist science studies perspective. (A-0295)

Corinna Bath: Reading Linked Open Data/IT and feminist theory diffractively (A-0334)

M. Górska: An Engagement with Breathing Matter (A-0348)

C Asberg, E Johnson, C Roberts*: Substantial subjects: Towards a materialist feminist perspective on pharmaceutical drugs and the coming of (old) age (A-0779)

S04, Panel 06

Intersectionality and othering

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 11:00 - 12:30 | Room FT 609

Chair: Sanna Sarromaa


Lavinia Gianettoni: Interconnecting Race and Gender Relations: a Psychosocial Analysis (A-0042)

A-J. Berg and E. Ljunggren: Doing Business: The Appearance of the Figuration “Immigrant Woman” in Minoritised Female Entrepreneurship (A-0078)

R. Henderson-Espinoza, A. Bê Pereira, R. Barboza, L. Tosold: La Frontera como Sitios y Lenguas/Borderlands as Spaces and Languages: Queer Bodies as politicized locations (A-0252)

J. Murray: Critiquing the Closet: Representations of Lesbian Relationships in Selected South African texts (A-0652)

S05, Panel 07

Unruly Bodies

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 11:00 - 12:30 | Room FT 708

Chair: Lital Pascar


Elisa A.G. Arfini: LGBTQ, and I? Intersex politics between queer and illness identity. (A-0055)

Z Davy: Differences in sexual development: Towards a phenomenological understanding of gender variance (A-0404)

K. Aiba: Self-Perceptions Toward Transformed Bodies: Bodies of Professional Women Wrestlers and Gender (A-0737)

S06, Panel 04

Gendered Work-Spaces

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 11:00 - 12:30 | Room MB 203

Chair: Sara Goodman


H. Fényes, Gy. Bujdosó: Disadvantages of Women in Education - Analysis of the Education of Librarians in the 21st Century (A-0112)

Momoko Kitada: Promoting ‘Equality’ through 'Difference': The Case of Women Seafarers (A-0525)

M. Kallioniemi, H.-R. Kymäläinen: Women working on Finnish dairy farms: Hard work in the midst of traditions and changes (A-0547)

Kcasey McLoughlin: What a Difference Difference Makes in Judging the Judges: Gender, Justice and Judicial Power on the Australian High Court (A-0637)

S06, Panel 05

Ambiguities, Ambivalences, Complexities

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 11:00 - 12:30 | Room FT 608

Chair: Angeliki Alvanoudi


Neda Ali Zadeh Kashani: Genderless Language of Urdu Ghazal and Adrienne Rich’s Search for Gender Equality (A-0257)

N. Evans: Sexual differences in Derrida's philosophy (A-0260)

Linda Sjåfjell: Different understandings of violence against women; Changing concepts and definitions in a Norwegian gender equality context (A-0653)

S07, Panel 06

Policy in Practice: National gender realities under pressure

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 11:00 - 12:30 | Room N11 210

Chair: Petra Debusscher


R. Dudova: The crossroads of elderly care: public frames, policy-making and personal ethics (A-0214)

Alina Hurubean: Gender mainstreaming in public policies - New challenges and opportunities (A-0268)

Ankica Sobot: Gender Research and Policy-Making on Equality Between Women and Men in Serbia (A-0582)

S08, Panel 07

Re(locations): Spaces of Feminist Knowledge (libraries/ digital archives/ informal education...)

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 11:00 - 12:30 | Room N11 004

Chair: Tilly Vriend


Karin Aleksander: Are there parallels in the history and development of women's/gender studies and women's/gender libraries? (A-0209)

Jeannette Silva-Flores: Being feminist, doing academia: an experience-centred study of feminist academics in the UK (A-0573)

S08, Panel 10

Thinking through literature: feminist writing and critique

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 11:00 - 12:30 | Room FT 508

Chair: Jasmina Lukic


L.Barnard: "Political correctness" and feminism in "The human stain" and "Disgrace" (A-0605)

J. Matonoha: Dispositives of Silence and Injuring Identities. Interrogating Genealogies of Gender Silencing in Czech Literary Canon 1948-1989 (A-0728)

S08, Panel 14

Feminist Responses to Violence and Racism

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 11:00 - 12:30 | Room Gellner

Chair: Dorit Geva


Zorica Mrsevic: Feminist activities and responsibilities regarding hate speech and crime (A-0075)

A. Krizsán, M. Dabrowska: Strategic Feminism in Post-Communist Europe: Success or Failure? Advocating Domestic Violence Policy Reforms in Hungary and Poland (A-0746)

S09, Panel 04

Care and domestic work on the global market

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 11:00 - 12:30 | Room FT 908

Chair: Maja Sager


Adéla Souralová: Vietnamese Mothers and Czech Nannies: Competing Mothering Strategies (A-0056)

Anna Safuta: The Paradoxical Effects of Informal Employment in Elderly Care - A Feminist Perspective (A-0494)

C. Lin: Whose children to care? - A transnational feminist's critique on the global politics of migration and international volunteering (A-0690)

S09, Panel 09

Liberal multiculturalism and Roma Feminism

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 11:00 - 12:30 | Room Popper

Chair: Natasha Lamoreux


N. Lamoreux, L. Balogh, A. Kocze: Liberal Multiculturalism and Roma Feminism: Building Bridges between Roma and Non-Roma Feminists (A-0316)

S11, Panel 01

Narratives, Practices And Gendered Representations of Violence(S)

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 11:00 - 12:30 | Room MB 201

Chair: Julie Billaud


K Grabska: On the body, performance and resistance: gendered memory of violence in the Southern Sudanese conflict (A-0170)

Hila Amit: Non-natalism in the Palestinian-Israeli Community-Lesbians, Motherhood and Choice (A-0248)

L J Matthews: Gender and Nation in Tahrir: revolutionary and nationalistic discourses during Egypt's revolution (A-0473)

S11, Panel 05

Embedded feminism? Epistemic and/as political violence

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 11:00 - 12:30 | Room FT 808

Chair: Claudia Brunner


M. Exo: Decolonizing research. An example from Afghanistan. (A-0444)

K. Oberdorfer: White women as endangered and dangerous "femme fatales" in the course of the "war on terror" - A feminist challenge (A-0445)

M. Malizia: "The bad girls say no": The Italian feminist movement and political violence in Italy during the Seventies (A-0515)

I. Simonetti: Violence and gender relations in the Israeli army: an anthropological feminist perspective (A-0517)

S11, Panel 10

Transnational (global) networks and pacifism and its impacts on methods and ethics of feminist research

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 11:00 - 12:30 | Room FT 909

Chair: Rosemarie Buikema


A.B. Pepper: Gender Analysis as a Predictor in Conflict Early Warning Systems: Theories from the Ivory Tower (A-0034)

Annika Olsson: Gender Equality as National/Cultural Identity. Challenges in a Time of Welfare State Crisis (A-0539)

S12, Panel 04

Migration and multiculturalism

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 11:00 - 12:30 | Room MB 202

Chair: Sarah Bracke


P. Scheibelhofer: The Rise of Muscular Islamophobia. Masculinism and anti-Muslim racism in Europe (A-0176)

Ebru Sungun: Reflection of the religion on the daily life in France and Britain after 9/11 (A-0613)

G. Liberatore: Multiculturalism and the Muslim female subject: faith and practice amongst young practising Somali women in London (A-0646)

B Siara: Religion and gender in migration context: the case of Poles in the UK (A-0667)

S13, Panel 06

Feminist Empowerment Through Cinema and Artistic Creativity

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 11:00 - 12:30 | Room N11 203

Chair: Adrienne Beaudry


Maja Pandzic: The Detective Genre as a Form of Women's Feminist Creativity (A-0566)

Gloria Alicia Caballero Roca: "Inch´Allah Dimanche" (2001) by Yamina Benguigui: Borderland Corpo-Subjectivities: Epistemologies of Resistence (A-0082)

S. Oki: Letter as a Potential of Women's Creativity (A-0159)

L. Németh: Women Artists, Creativity and Feminism in Post-Socialist Hungary (A-0762)

S01, Panel 04

Gender at the Intersection of Sociology and Anthropology

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 13:30 - 15:00 | Room FT 309

Chair: Elissa Helms


N. Heymann: Doing research: Fieldwork as a techne in Gender Studies (A-0012)

Angeliki Alvanoudi: 'Sexing' interaction: the interplay between the use of grammatical gender, culture and cognition (A-0136)

April Hovav: The Politics of Location in Gender Scholarship on Reproductive Technologies (A-0377)

S02, Panel 04

Theorizing Materiality With/In Technology

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 13:30 - 15:00 | Room FT 409

Chair: Jenny Sunden


J. Barla: Reassembling technology and the body - Toward a new materialist reconceptualization of technology and gendered bodies (A-0124)

F.M. de Mink: New materialist musicologies: feminist roots and transdisciplinary alliances. (A-0293)

D. Allhutter, R. Hofmann: Narrating materiality - materializing narratives: computing, chainsaws, sex-simulators and the material turn (A-0684)

S03, Panel 06

Intersectionality and feminism

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 13:30 - 15:00 | Room MB 201

Chair: Małgorzata Radkiewicz


H Ovnat-Tamir: Queer theory in the desert: on the gendered geopolitics of power (A-0629)

Inbal Wilamovski: Feminist practices meet academic practices and vice versa: Issues in teaching feminist research (A-0666)

M. Yuki, K. Fujita: Empowering Female Students through Women's Studies. A Case Study of a Women's Junior College in Tokyo (A-0749)

S03, Panel 07

Knowledge transferin feminist pedagogy

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 13:30 - 15:00 | Room N11 210

Chair: va Thun


M Caeiro, P Goulart, F Romao: Teaching Gender and Citizenship (A-0676)

S04, Panel 04

Intersectionality and family

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 13:30 - 15:00 | Room FT 508

Chair: E. Kvist


Yan Zhao: Intersectionality and Norwegian transnational adoptees' identity work (A-0410)

L.L. Pedersen: Intimacy with the Danish State: My partner, the Danish State and me - A case study of family-(re)-unification policy in Denmark (A-0455)

A. E. Tijhoff: A Dutch family: Gender and Class and the struggle for Power in the 19th century (A-0456)

M Kolehmainen: Intersectionality in feminist research on sexuality: Agony columns, audience responses and parody (A-0485)

S04, Panel 10

Intersectionality and belonging

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 13:30 - 15:00 | Room N11 210

Chair: Lavinia Gianettoni


G L Lonergan: The influence of 'the local' in the processes through which migrant women claim citizenship (A-0441)

Jordi Roca Girona, Ana Alcázar Campos: Doing research about bi-nationals partnerships. using the intersectionality as a tool for analysis (A-0638)

G. K. Kristensen: Why intersectionality? Reflections of an attempt on applying intersectionality in a study of family planning among immigrants in contemporary Norway (A-0645)

S05, Panel 02

Embodied Liminality

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 13:30 - 15:00 | Room FT 609

Chair: Hadley Z. Renkin


M. Grujic: Queer Representations as Rituals of Visibility: Parody, Crossgendering and Other Controversies of Non-Heteronormative Culture in Serbia (A-0311)

Krizia Nardini: "Speaking as men" makes a difference: rethinking Italian masculinity starting from one's own embodied location as man (A-0644)

T. Juvonen: An Out Lesbian as a Politician - A Contradiction in Terms? (A-0754)

B. F. Larsen: Intimate relations among 'public harlots' in 19th century Copenhagen (A-0768)

S05, Panel 03

Perverting Cultural Production

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 13:30 - 15:00 | Room MB 202

Chair: K. Kis


E. Eliev: Don't Hold Back: Reverberating Post-Queer Cultural Productions (A-0027)

L. Pascar: "Out of the Closet" or "Between the Lines": Reading the Lesbian Romance. (A-0225)

Wibke Straube: Denormalising Transgender Films (A-0247)

Ingrid Ryberg: Vulnerability in the queer, feminist and lesbian porn film culture (A-0409)

S06, Panel 01

Neoliberalism and global power relations

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 13:30 - 15:00 | Room FT 809

Chair: Sabine Grenz


Ulrika Jansson: The Indispensable Woman in the Neoliberal Gender Discourse (A-0051)

K. Alnebratt: Research do matter - but for whom? (A-0059)

Z. Uhde: Distorted emancipation and the global challenges for gender equity (A-0471)

M. Nikunen: Neoliberal and postfeminist challenges to feminism and gender equality (A-0761)

S06, Panel 02

Feminist politics and political representation

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 13:30 - 15:00 | Room FT 908

Chair: Liisa Husu


J.K. Kuusipalo: Gendered Political Representation in Finland from 1906 to 2006 (A-0397)

E. Hayn: Equality through Difference: A feminist approach to analyse 'anti'-discrimination legislation (A-0464)

Dorit Geva: Women Politicians, Political Dynasties, and Feminist Politics (A-0624)

S07, Panel 04

The Triple Helixes addressing Gendered Violence

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 13:30 - 15:00 | Room MB 203

Chair: Nadine Plateau


Regine Bendl, Mary Ann Danowitz, Angelika Schmidt: Recalibrating Management: Feminist Activism to Achieve Equality in an Contemporary University (A-0080)

S. Kimm, B. Sauer: NGOs as actors in the governance of trafficking in person: examples from the San Francisco Bay Area (A-0417)

G Koc: Fights against violence as fights against the hegemonic masculinity and state as male society (A-0495)

S08, Panel 04

What is feminist critique?

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 13:30 - 15:00 | Room FT 608

Chair: Paul Scheibelhofer


I. Kerner: Feminist Critique after the Intersectional Turn (A-0199)

S. Carotenuto: Theory as 'Dew': the 'Panic Debate' on the Veil (A-0250)

B. Bargetz, G. Ludwig: Microphysics of Critique (A-0265)

R. Kreide, P. Gümplova: Global Injustice and Feminist Critique (A-0372)

S08, Panel 05

Theory & Practice of Solidarity and Collaboration: International Perspectives

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 13:30 - 15:00 | Room N11 004

Chair: Claudia Brunner


N Lemos Dekker: The realm of emotions in becoming collectively active: A case study on The Madres de la Plaza de Mayo (A-0343)

U. Isop, V. Ratkovic: Theoretical Perspectives on Solidarity & Collaboration: Learning from Social Movements (A-0351)

S. Mitrovic, H P van den Brandt: East and West European Perspectives on Feminist Solidarity: Case Studies on Feminist Art and Activism (A-0359)

S08, Panel 12

Gender Representations/Policy

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 13:30 - 15:00 | Room FT 708

Chair: Andrea Krizsan


T. Einarsdóttir, G.M. Pétursdóttir: What collapsed in the collapse? Recreation of gendered power relations and opportunities for change (A-0336)

S.Ø. Sørensen: "What has this got to do with feminism?" Representations of feminism(s) in the media debate on corporate board quotas in Norway (A-0583)

L. Jinga: The Representation of Women Within the Romanian Communist Party. A possible model in egalitarian politics?? (A-0659)

S09, Panel 03

Transformations of citizenship and subjectivities in the context of migration

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 13:30 - 15:00 | Room FT 808

Chair: Harriet Silius


P Pustulka: Family migration as women's resistance? Tracking feminism in the narrations of contemporary Polish migrant mothers in the UK and Germany (A-0443)

C. Gregorio Gil, A. Sanchez Cota: Crossing borders between researchers and research subjects: the production of 'women immigrants' representations (A-0686)

M. Sager: Contested Boundaries. An ethnographic study with rejected asylum seekers in their everyday struggle for inclusion (A-0743)

S09, Panel 08

ReSisters in Travelling Concepts: Engendering Key Words - Part 2

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 13:30 - 15:00 | Room N11 203

Chair: Asimina Karavanta


L Monte: The Moral Economy of Motherhood: Working-Class Mothers' Struggles and the Swiss Welfare State (A-0463)

J Pfaelzer: The Involuntary Migration of Women (A-0465)

S Goodman: Critical feminist teaching - reflections upon experiences in teaching migration, globalization, intersectionality and interculturality.   (A-0466)

J Anim-Addo: Black womens auto/biography and cultural translation: the creolized resisting the others gendered symbolic (A-0536)

S12, Panel 01

Belief and faith in the post-secular

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 13:30 - 15:00 | Room FT 909

Chair: Terhi Utriainen


C Nahnfeldt: Vocation and doubt (A-0021)

E.S. Hunter: The Politics of Location and Leila Aboulela's Fiction (A-0025)

Marek Wojtaszek: What's Belief Got To Do With Fiction? Between Julia Kristeva's Plea for Humanism and Teresa of Ávila's Politics of Perfection (A-0319)

S. Bracke: How Gender Matters to the Secular (A-0696)

S13, Panel 04

Envisioning New Spaces

Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 13:30 - 15:00 | Room TIGy

Chair: Adelina Sanchez Espinosa


Marián López Fdez. Cao, Antonia Fernández Valencia, Asunción Bernárdez Rodal, Isabel Tajahuerce Ángel, Guillermo García Lledó, Catalina Rigo Vanrell, Julio Romero Rodríguez, Roxana Sosa Gutierrez: Women and Museums: Looking for visibility. The Spanish cases of Prado Museum, National Museum Reina Sofía, National Museum of Archeology, Museo del Traje. (A-0007)

M. Tamboukou: Failing Narratives: Material and Discursive Entanglements Between Artistic and Academic Spaces (A-0020)

M. Katalinic: Femme Maison or Maison de Femme? (A-0052)

Macarena Garcia-Avello: "A House All My Own": Politics of Location in Sandra Cisneros' The House on Mango Street (A-0270)

S01, Panel 05

Research into Social Injustice: Lessons for the Discipline

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

Chair: Dorottya Rdai


Estibaliz de Miguel: Women behind bars: An study on the experiences with love and intimacy in the intersection of gender and social exclusion (A-0150)

E. Günther, S. T. Koeszegi: The whole is more than the sum of its parts: A qualitative-quantitative multi-level approach to intersectional analysis of student drop-out. (A-0242)

S.A. Sindane: '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. (A-0269)

S01, Panel 07

Working on Intersectionality: Theoretical, Methodological and Methodical Considerations

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

Chair: Kathleen Heft, Ronja Eberle


K von Bose: „This is a dirty matter“. (Queer-)intersectional considerations of negotiations on cleanliness and cleaning work on a hospital ward (A-0780)

R Eberle: The pornographic other. Intersectional perspectives on nationalistic debates in Indonesia (A-0781)

K Heft: Theorizing the Othering of East Germans as Constitutive Element in Hegemonic Discourses on Gender in Germany? (A-0782)

K Mertlitsch: Common differences”: Solidarity and Intersectionality (A-0783)

A Schulze: Intersectionalities - "offside the main road": Categories of Knowledge Production in Conflict within Nation-State Projects of Cultural Memory (Cultural Studies/Communication Studies) (A-0784)

S02, Panel 05

Affecting Feminist Theory

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

Chair: Evelien Geerts


Maud Perrier: The significance of kindness for furthering feminist theory (A-0182)

A.B. Carmichael: Feminist affect theory and the limits of the porous subject (A-0197)

Alice Cervinková: Enacting science through affective work: feminist perspectives (A-0437)

S03, Panel 05

Feminist Education as a Politicized Space

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

Chair: Eva Thun


K Blomqvist: Building a gender research library in Yemen (A-0623)

D. Ortega: Enfleshing the Everyday, Engaging the Everyday, and Pedagogy as the Everyday (A-0750)

L. Ruggi, R. Henderson-Espinoza: Engaged Pedagogy in Sociology of education: tensions and possibilities (A-0751)

L. Tosold, R. Barboza da Silva: Critical thinking, institutional relations and some feminist everyday practices: Notes from the postcolonial theory (A-0774)

S04, Panel 05

Theorizing intersectionality

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

Chair: G. Kristensen


K. Giritli Nygren, U. Schmauch: Transgressing the subject-object dualism in intersectional analysis - Challenging normalized power relations in feminist research practice (A-0010)

L. H. Brade: 'Firstness' as a theoretical and methodological concept (A-0200)

E Majewska: Bordercrossing - reading feminist theorists of Color in Poland. (A-0612)

Carmen Diop: Black women graduates n the workplace. The problems of intersectional analysis. (A-0710)

S05, Panel 06

Sexual Art, Sexual Artifice

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

Chair: E. Timar


Sinem Sinan Goknur: Art and urban intervention in queer/feminist resistance in Istanbul (A-0107)

E. Pakis: A queer Mestiza 'autohistoria' unsettling white western borders of subjectivity and belonging (A-0469)

N.K.E. Vonberg: Failing Sexuality, New Beginnings. Queer Narratives in Kathy Acker's My Mother: A Demonology (A-0651)

S06, Panel 03

Feminist locations

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

Chair: Mia Liinason


Elena Alessiato: Beautiful Body, Political Mind. Some remarks on the Italian case. (A-0081)

Maria Martinez: Ideological diversity and complexity in the contemporary feminist movement in Spain (A-0100)

A. Iancu: Difference versus Equality- What does this mean for women's social exclusion? (A-0693)

S06, Panel 09

Experts and Minorities

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

Chair: Berit Gullikstad


T G Stene Kristiansen: Negotiating gender equality in a Norwegian welfare state context: Minoritizing and majoritizing gendered and racialized processes in child protective services. (A-0756)

T. Annfelt, B. Gullikstad: Help for subordinated inclusion? Effects of equality discourses in today's Norway (A-0759)

J. Sverdljuk: Towards non-discriminatory social work practices: gender and ethnicity in the education of social workers in Norway (A-0760)

S07, Panel 05

Policy and practice in Everyday Life: Care

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

Chair: Vesna Leskošek


Nathalie Grandjean: Breastfeeding, Gender and Identity (A-0045)

Monika Götzö: Shaping social relationships in foster families: case studies to the implications of policies and discourses in foster family care in Switzerland. (A-0251)

S-Y Huang: Being a mother in an alien land: The motherhood practices and experiences of Asian Chinese women in the Netherlands (A-0278)

M. Satka, C. Skehill: Analysing Family and childhood policies in Europe: Future Directions (A-0289)

A. Gruda, D. Çuli: (Subgroup - Motherhood and Childhood) Welfare Policies for Single Mothers in Albania (A-0323)

S08, Panel 11

Reproduction, Bodies, Feminist Theories

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

Chair: Judit Sandor


N K Koller: Trans Others, Feminist Selves? Transfeminism and Corporeality (A-0381)

J Sundhall: One is not born a child but becomes one (A-0426)

R. Homanen: Arguments for multiplicity in feminist theory and politics on the unborn (A-0429)

M. N. Ravn, K. Spilker: Feminist theory and assisted reproduction - questions of technology, nature and gender equality as debated in Norway (A-0595)

C. Schadler, M. Malich: No Future to Mother Outlaws? Motherhood in (Queer-) Feminist Theory (A-0602)

S08, Panel 15

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

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

Chair: Dominika Gruziel


Katarzyna Czerwonogóra: Jewish nationalism and feminism - taking over the legacy of women. (A-0220)

Orsolya Kereszty: Women's informal education at the turn of the 19-20th century (A-0490)

A. Kolaric: "Equality vs. difference" in women's magazines from the beginning of the 20th century: analysis of the magazine "Zena"/"Woman" (1911-1921) (A-0758)

S09, Panel 05

Situated feminisms and transformations of gender relations

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

Chair: Marianne Schmidbaur


Marianne Dobner, Simone Tappert: "Looking for a patient, lovely, cheerful and respectful Live-in". Access to the field of paid domestic work in Madrid (A-0022)

A Amirmoayed: Partnering across differences in North-West Europe and the need to re-conceptualise the field (A-0421)

J. Roth: 'Feminisms on Facebook?': Mobilizations of Gender and Decoloniality in the Internet (A-0504)

S11, Panel 08

Renegotiations of gender relations in military conflicts

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

Chair: Christina Morus


L Thiel: Female soldiers: Renegotiating the nexus of gender and violence in the military (A-0203)

Eszter Berán: From dream to trauma: discourse analysis of a trauma narrative told by a third generation holocaust survivor at a psychotherapeutic session (A-0512)

Teemu Tallberg: Mainstreaming Security: Intersections of Gender and Civil-Military Divide in Finnish Defence Organising (A-0670)

S. Joshi: Warring Women: Comparing Female Participation in State and Non-State Militaries in India (A-0672)

S11, Panel 09

Intimate violence narrated

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

Chair: Yulia Gradskova


N. Kapany: The veiled fear: An exploration in the lives of the single Kashmiri women (A-0279)

Neus Roca Cortés, Mireia Martínez Artola, Iliana Palafox Luévano: Recovery or liberation process from gender violence by intimate partner: Conceptual debate and phases description (A-0290)

Iliana Palafox Luévano, Neus Roca Cortés: Children exposed to gender violence. Their experiences about the batterer from a feminist perspective (A-0315)

Marta Vohlídalová: The Perception and Construction of Sexual Harassment: the Case of Higher Education (A-0411)

D. Buerkle, W. Benjamin: The Politics of Teaching Gendered Violence and Re-thinking the Difference a Victim Makes (A-0735)

S13, Panel 05

Visual Representations of Subjectivity

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

Chair: Vita Fortunati


J. Chen: Negotiating Asian American Sexuality: Intersectional Strategy in Alice Wu's Saving Face (A-0313)

Cristina Gamberi: Editing Memories, Searching Our Mothers' Voices (A-0353)

Sandra Meiri: Violence by Women against Women - On the Trauma of Intersubjectivity and Social Trauma (A-0366)

Aleksandra Rozalska: Gendered Narratives of the War on Terror in American Film and Television (A-0497)

S14, Panel 01

Nationalisms, moral regimes, west/east

Sunday, May 20, 2012 | 15:00 - 16:30 | Room FT 309

Chair: Elissa Helms


I Cheresheva: The Construction of Motherhood in Socialist Bulgaria. A Discourse Analysis of The Woman Today (A-0460)

F. Guerrini: Transnational Biographies under Precarious Conditions: Undocumented Female Working Migrants in Austria (A-0480)

G. Maluleke: Transnational Feminism: Feminist Agency in the African Women in Europe Network (A-0671)

R. P. Sari: Conceptualizing Security towards Ethnic Minority: Talang Mamak Tribe’s Perspective (A-0757)

S14, Panel 02

Intersectional analysis

Sunday, May 20, 2012 | 15:00 - 16:30 | Room FT 409

Chair: Sara de Jong, Judit Takács


A Amirmoayed: Partnering across differences in North-West Europe and the need to re-conceptualise the field (A-0422)

G. Liberatore: Multiculturalism and the Muslim female subject: faith and practice amongst young practising Somali women in London (A-0647)

A Athelstan-Price: Orientating Queer Feminine Identities: Theorising the Impact of Positioned Intersections of Identity on the Performance of Queer, Alternative and Subversive Feminine Subjectivities. (A-0716)

S14, Panel 03

Sexuality, normalization, desire at risk

Sunday, May 20, 2012 | 15:00 - 16:30 | Room FT 609

Chair: Clare Hemmings, Eszter Tímár


S.M. Bultman: Practices of Knowing: Identity Construction among Female Inmates in the Dutch State Reformatory for Girls, 1925-1975. (A-0086)

L.R. Danil: Being a "real" man: The case of Lebanese masculinity in the 21st century (A-0576)

S. Cejudo Escamilla: The desire of "Mystical Rose": eroticizing female pain (A-0619)

M. Pöll: Reconceptualising Intimacy: On asexual perspectives and relational strategies (A-0700)

S14, Panel 04

Feminist movements, activism

Sunday, May 20, 2012 | 15:00 - 16:30 | Room MB 201

Chair: Andrea Pető, Nadje al-Ali


E Papadopoulou: “Can the female activist speak?”: Gender and Postcoloniality in Action (A-0326)

Mihai Lucaciu: The specter of communist feminism: forgetting the struggle for women’s rights (A-0502)

M. Nitis, E. Santucci-Nitis: Undoing Gewalt (A-0558)

M. A. Benavides Andrades, L. M. Cantera Espinosa, A. Beiras: Political violence: Recovering and weaving memory between two generations, through images and life stories (A-0615)

S14, Panel 05

New Materialism, Affect, Embodiment

Sunday, May 20, 2012 | 15:00 - 16:30 | Room N11 004

Chair: Iris van der Tuin, Cecilia Asberg


F.M. de Mink: A musical child prodigy in intra-action: on musical labor and ethical engagement in a new materialist case study. (A-0299)

R.B. Silva: Women in the streets and Affections: Revisiting the debate on the “affective turn” in feminist theory (A-0524)

M Simon-Martin: The Personal Correspondence of Barbara Leigh Smith Bodichon (1827-1891): A Cross-Epistemological Approach to Historical Research (A-0631)

X Liu: Do speeches matter? - a view on the embodied and affective language learning process among adult migrants (A-0708)

S14, Panel 06

Pedgagogy, gender, popular culture

Sunday, May 20, 2012 | 15:00 - 16:30 | Room N11 203

Chair: Erzsébet Barát


S Colling: Girl Teen Film and Cinderella Aesthetics (A-0281)

A. Paskauskaite: Teaching feminism (for everybody) in enlarged Europe. Presentation of research results from Lithuania, Slovenia and Germany (A-0548)

A. A. Petre: High heels, lip-gloss and shots.... The construction of feminine gender identity in the urban nightclubs (A-0586)

T. Tepavcevic: Methods and politics of the presentation of memory in Central and Southeastern Europe - The Women's Memory Project (A-0617)

S14, Panel 07

Gendered violence

Sunday, May 20, 2012 | 15:00 - 16:30 | Room MB 202

Chair: Nóra Séllei


M. M. Kilic: Analysis of 'Ayºe Paºalı' Murder Case with Foucault's Genealogy (A-0549)

A. Braga: The Roma women and the right to safety (A-0663)

Gabriella Russo: "What you can't see you can see": Deepa Mehta's Elements Trilogy (A-0681)

Irina Ilisei: Upward social mobility of individuals from minority groups. Study case: Roma women who entered high level education (A-0724)

S14, Panel 08

Publishing panel

Sunday, May 20, 2012 | 15:00 - 16:30 | Room Gellner

Chair: Mia Liinason, Maria do Mar Pereira


M Liinason, M M Pereira: Publishing in Feminist Journals: What (not) To Do (A-0673)

S14, Panel 09

Challenging Binaries

Sunday, May 20, 2012 | 15:00 - 16:30 | Room MB 203

Chair: Allaine Cerwonka, Kathrin Thiele


Alexandra Claudia Manta: Deciding on Race within (Bio-) Scientific Speculation: The Geno/Pheno -Type Question and Race as Autoimmunity (A-0217)

R Carbery: GenderQueer: Beyond the Gender Binary through contemporary amateur photography (A-0506)

A. Andrejic: The Politics of Autonomy: Figuring “A/liberal” Subjects (A-0509)

S14, Panel 10


Sunday, May 20, 2012 | 16:45 - 17:30 | Room TIGy

Chair: Aino-Maija Hiltunen, Mimoza Pachuku


B. Partel: The Practice of Difference: an Educational Imaginary (A-0180)

A Szlávi: The Image of Women on Hungarian Billboards (A-0186)

E. Koch, M. Saringer, R. Schöffmann: Migration & Collective Memory: A Case Study on Female Guest Workers (A-0253)

Zsófia Kulcsár: Global/Local Flows of Feminism in Hungary in the 1990s: The Contested Case of Nõszemély (Persona) (A-0342)

Yan Zhao: "Where are you (really) from?" - Adoption, being Norwegians, and the extra work (A-0434)

B.P. McDonald: Real world political expereinces : Iris Marion Young, and a feminist praxis (A-0520)

B. Qafa-Osmani: Women's voices, Women's pain: Experience of marital violence among women in Berat City, Albania (A-0534)

L. Turrer Dolabella: Gender, sexuality and immigration in the context of the Lisbon's (A-0535)

Biljana Puric: Gender, the Camp and the Muselmann (A-0614)

M. Mód: What role for the "Other" in woman's identity? A study through women writers' works in the post-colonial literature (A-0622)

K. Aavik: The intersection of gender and ethnicity in the Estonian labour market (A-0635)

Y. R. Ooi: The Myth behind Modernization: A Study on Malaysia's Gender Equality Policies and Gender Discrimination Remarks from Political Elites in Public Spheres (A-0649)

P. Hyvärinen: Gender equality in development policy and conditions for feminist politics (A-0685)