RINGS special issue of the Gender and Research Journal

We are happy to announce a new RINGS publication - special issue of the Gender and Research Journal with the title "Gender in/and the Neoliberal University: Transnational Processes and Localised Impacts". The issue is based on the presentations from the 1st RINGS conference "Gender in/and the neoliberal university" which took place in Prague in 2015.

You can find the issue here: http://www.genderonline.cz/en




Kadri Aavik, Birgit Riegraf, Blanka Nyklová:
The Neoliberal/ising University at the Intersection of Gender and Place [2-8]

Blanka Nyklová, Birgit Riegraf, Kadri Aavik:
Neoliberální a neoliberalizující se univerzita na průsečíku genderu a místa [9-15]


Jeff Hearn:
Neoliberal Universities, Patriarchies, Masculinities, and Myself: Transnational-personal Reflections on and from the Global North [16-41]

Marcela Linková:
Academic Excellence and Gender Bias in the Practices and Perceptions of Scientists in Leadership and Decision-making Positions [42-66]

Marcela Linková:
Excelence a genderové předsudky v praktikách a vnímání přírodních vědců ve vedoucích a rozhodovacích pozicích [67-91]

Birgit Riegraf, Lena Weber:
Excellence and Gender Equality Policies in Neoliberal Universities [92-112]

Deirdre Byrne:
Teaching and Researching Women’s and Gender Studies in Post-apartheid South Africa [113-129]

Kadri Aavik:
Doing Neoliberalism on Campus: The Vulnerability of Gender Equality Mechanisms in Estonian Academia [130-153]

Blanka Nyklová:
Marketing Difference: Two Teachable Moments at the Intersection of the Neoliberal University and Geopolitics [154-177]

Blanka Nyklová:
Obchodování s odlišností: dvě pedagogické příležitosti na křižovatce neoliberální univerzity a geopolitiky [178-200]


Lena Weber:
How to Survive as Feminist and Gender Researchers in the Neoliberal University? [201-205]

Annette von Alemann:
The Principle of Slow (Food), Applied to the Corporate University [205-211]

Irena Smetáčková:
Step Towards Doing Away with Homophobia [211-214]


Julia Gruhlich:
Conference Report ‘The Geopolitics of Gender Studies’ [215-218]

Zuzana Uhde:
Quarter of a Century of Critical Theory in Prague [218-221]

Romana Volejníčková Marková, Marie Pospíšilová:
Sustainable Development and Gender Inequlities. Report from the Conference Women as Agents of Sustainable Development [221-224]