An international conference at the Australian National University Signature Event, 2020, ANU Gender Institute. Also supported by: Development Policy Centre, ANU 3-4 November 2020 Molonglo Theatre, J.G. Crawford Building, Liversidge Road, ACTON 2601, Canberra, Australia Call for Papers Liberal feminists imagined a universal category of ‘women’ as a basis for solidarity, but also believed it as homogeneous. Today, feminist politics recognises multiple forms of social stratification, such as class, race, indigneity, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, religion and disability as well as gender. 'Intersectionality' was introduced as a name for the ways they combine to create … [Read more...] about Intersectionality: Challenges for Critical Feminist Research, Practice and Policy
A few months ago I delivered a Keynote at the European Network in Physiotherapy Higher Education (ENPHE) Conference in Groningen, Netherlands on the subject of The End of Physiotherapy. Here is a video of the talk. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOR-D0mMnbg&app=desktop … [Read more...] about The End of Physiotherapy Keynote – Groningen, Oct 2019
https://isihconference.com/isih-2020-abstracts/ The ISIH conference is one of the few truly critical health conferences available to members of the CPN. For the last five years, members have met at the conference, and delivered talks. We now have the new conference announcement and the call for abstracts. (Note the closing date as the end of October). We will look to another CPN get-together at in Lleida, and perhaps even organise another Salon. Here, though, are the details... WHERE NEXT FOR CRITICAL HEALTH STUDIES? ADVANCING UNDERSTANDINGS OF HEALTH AND THE FUTURE OF HEALTH CARE Contemporary concerns for health equity, people’s unequal access to affordable care, pervasive … [Read more...] about Abstracts open for the 8th In Sickness and In Health conference
The International Society of Critical Health Psychology (ISCHP) conference will be in Bratislava next week. In preparation, the organisation has published its book of abstracts. I’ve found it very useful searching for specific terms (like stigma, pain, and Foucault) to see what work is being presented. There are some really interesting ideas being talked about here, and some potentially useful connections with the people doing the work. The book of abstracts can be found here: ISCHP2019_BOAFINALDownload And here is the full programme:ISCHP2019_ProgramFinalDownload … [Read more...] about What’s current in critical psychology?
The Latin American Centre for Development of Physiotherapy and Kinesiology and the Colombian Physiotherapy Association are looking to invite a keynote speaker to their IX Meeting of Academics in Physiotherapy and VIII ELA. The meeting will be held in the city of Barranquilla, Colombia on October 30 and 31 of 2019 (but presentations can also be pre-recorded or given online at distance). The meeting will focus on the training of physiotherapists as first contact professionals - both the opportunities and challenges, as well as the issues faced by the social, normative and political contexts in different countries. We would be grateful to hear from you or colleagues that you know who … [Read more...] about Keynote opportunity
Health, public involvement, and gender: new voices, knowledges and practices Madrid, 21-23rd October 2019 The project Multiple voices, plural knowledges and biomedical technologies (MINECO:FFI2015-65947-C2 -1-P) invites contributions for the XIII International Workshop on Science, Technology and Gender to debate how public involvement (PPI) and gender are important to improvehealth and wellbeing and reduce health inequalities. The synergy between PPI and gender can make a difference to key issues in the fields of healthcare and research such as naming andframing of health problems; design of policy, services and governance plans; provision of health and social care; improving the … [Read more...] about XIII International Workshop Science, Technology and Gender (English/Spanish)
To Think is To Experiment: Postgraduate Research Conference at the Centre for Narrative Research 2nd May 2019, 10 am – 4 pm, University of East London, University Square, Stratford The Centre for Narrative Research (CNR) will organise To Think is to Experiment, the annual Postgraduate Research Conference on the 2nd May 2019. The event has been a space of in-depth conversations on various aspects of narrative-based research and postgraduate research experiences since 2003. This year, we invite papers focusing on the analysis of narratives, discussing and reflecting on the analytical decisions and experiences of researchers, including the ethical ones. We are interested in both broader … [Read more...] about To Think is To Experiment: Postgraduate Research Conference at the Centre for Narrative Research