16 Nov Rewley Dwelling Investigate Seminar: Gender
Three speakers from different disciplines explore the ways in which their analysis methodologies and experiences intersect with the principle and influence of gender.
Gender relations form our daily interactions at perform, on the road and in the house. Our speakers address a extensive range of matters, from historical, legal and therapeutic perspectives. Frances Richardson: Women’s job in Welsh hill farming. Nazila Ghanea-Hercock: Gender and human rights. Alistair Ross: Gender difficulties in therapy and spirituality – benefits from a compact analysis study.
The seminar is chaired by Professor Linda Scott, the DP Planet Chair for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the Saïd Organization School, College of Oxford. Professor Scott is ideal known for her generation of the principle of the Double X Economic climate — a perspective which describes the international financial state of females in both equally the produced and producing entire world, and the roles of females not only as people, but as investors, donors and employees.
For facts about the Rewley Dwelling Investigate Seminar collection go to: http://www.conted.ox.ac.united kingdom/graduateschool/seminars