The SPAIS Gender Research Centre recognises the persistent gendered inequalities that exist both in the UK and around the world; we identify, analyse, and ultimately challenge and renegotiate gender power relations. We understand gender to be relational and pay attention to femininities, masculinities, and sexualities, and to the intersections that mediate sexual and gender identities and hierarchies.
- PGR student Neema Begum to participate in House of Commons event 6 February 2018
- SPAIS PhD student, Rosie Walters, appeared on BBC Wales 6 July 2017
- Same-Sex Marriage and Migrant Temporariness 17 March 2017
GRC Research Seminar - Nic Aaron (PhD Candidate SPAIS): ‘What does the representation of defendants reveal about the ways in which rape culture is reproduced through the Criminal Justice System?’
27 March 2019, 1.00 PM
Annual Gender Research Centre Lecture) Prof Alison Phipps (University of Sussex)
30 April 2019, 5.00 PM
Presenting research in progress by GRC staff, PhD students and visiting scholars.
See the list of people who work with the Gender Research Centre
Our research identifies, analyses, and ultimately challenges and renegotiates gendered power relations.