Recent conference papers by GRC staff members

Maud Perrier and Elaine Swan 'Appetite for Waste: Postfeminist Femininity, Food Saving and Women Food Social Entrepreneurs', paper presented at the Food is a Feminist Issue Conference: Media, Bodies, Appetites, York University, 30th June 2017

Elisa Wynne-Hughes, Jutta Weldes and Karen Desborough, ‘Street harassment and everyday in/security strategies in London and Cairo: ‘Inclusions, exclusions and negotiations with the state,’ paper presented at the European Workshops in International Studies, Cardiff, 8-9 June 2017, and at the British International Studies Association Conference, Brighton, 13-16 June 2017.

Professor Terrell Carver presented his paper '"Mere Auxiliaries to the Movement": Marx's and Engels's "Love Interest"' at the American Political Science Association (APSA) Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, USA, on 2 September 2016. The illustrated presentation was part of a panel on 'Gender and the "Great Man": Recovering the Wives of the Canon', co-sponsored by APSA sections Women & Politics Research and Foundations of Political Theory.

Karen Desborough, Jutta Weldes and Elisa Wynne-Hughes ‘Street Harassment and Everyday In/security Strategies in London and Cairo: Inclusions, Exclusions and Constraints’, paper presented at the Global (In-)Securities Conference, Global Studies Association, Belfast, 29 June-1 July 2016.

Esther Dermott (2015) 'Is there really anything new about contemporary fatherhood?' Father's Involvemet across Life course, Keynote Address, Berlin, forthcoming 3-4 September. 

Esther Dermott (2015) 'Displaying and doing family life: What is "good parenting" and who says so?' European Sociological Association Confernce, Prague, 26-28 August.  

Professor Sarah Childs and Peter Allen presented  ‘Capturing the Critical Actors: the benefits of structural topic models’, at the Elections, Public Opinion and Parties (EPOP) Annual Conference, Kent, Sept 2016.

Professor Sarah Childs and Chloe Challender presented their paper ‘Gender Sensitive Parliaments: the case of the UK Parliament at Westminster’, at the American Political Science Association (APSA) Annual Meeting, Sept 2016, Philadelphia.

Professor Sarah Childs and Karen Celis presented their paper ‘Populist Radical Right & the Substantive Representation of Women’, at the American Political Science Association (APSA) Annual Meeting, Sept 2016, Philadelphia.

Professor Terrell Carver presented his paper '"Mere Auxiliaries to the Movement": Marx's and Engels's "Love Interest"' at the American Political Science Association (APSA) Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, USA, on 2 September 2016. The illustrated presentation was part of a panel on 'Gender and the "Great Man": Recovering the Wives of the Canon', co-sponsored by APSA sections Women & Politics Research and Foundations of Political Theory.

Esther Dermott and Christina Panzatis (2015) ‘Money Management, Deprivation and Economising Within UK Households,’ presented at the Symposium on Women, Work and Welfare Reform: Changing Faces Of Inequality In An Era Of Austerity Social Policy Association Conference, Belfast 6-8 July.

Karen Desborough and Jutta Weldes (2015) 'Combatting Insecurity in the Everyday: The Global Anti-Street Harassment Movement,' presented at the 'Everyday Insecurities and Vulnerabilities' workshop, University of Glasgow, 30 April-1 May. 

Junko Yamashita (2014) Double Responsibilities of Care: Emerging New Social Risks of Women Providing both Elderly Care and Childcare in Japan, presented at Special thematic session 13 ‘Low Fertility, Rapidly Aging Society, and Changing Gender Relations’ XVIII International Sociology Association (ISA) World Congress of Sociology, 13-19th July 2014, Japan, co-presented with Dr Naoko Soma

Junko Yamashita (2014) Double Responsibilities of Care in East Asia, presented at RC 19 session, XVIII International Sociology Association (ISA) World Congress of Sociology, 13-19th July 2014, Japan, co-presented with Dr Naoko Soma, Dayoung Song, Raymond Chan and Kate Wang.‚Äč

Esther Dermott, Centre for Research on Families and Relationships International Conference, Edinburgh 10-13th June, 'Post Separation Fathering: Fathers' Accounts of Everyday Practices' (with Brid Featherstone and Jacqui Gabb)

Esther Dermott (2013) European Sociological Association Conference, Turin 28-31st August, 'Parenting Practices in the UK: a question of poverty, education or time? (with Marco Pomati)

Liz Evans (2013) ‘Whose Interests? Third Wave Feminism and the Descriptive and Substantive Representation of Women and Feminists’ ECPR General Conference in Bordeaux, September 3-7, 2013

Liz Evans (2013) ‘Feminists, Femocrats and Feminist Policy: Activists and Actors’ Politics and Policy, Bristol, September 17-18

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