A free 1-day interdisciplinary event on 21 September 2017 for PhD students and early career researchers across the social sciences, with the aim exploring the ways in which researchers are using feminist theory and motivations in current quantitative, empirical research across the social sciences.
The event is a chance for researchers to discuss and debate the possibilities of a quantitative, feminist social science, and to learn from each other’s successes and difficulties in integrating feminist theory with quantitative methods. The day will consist of individual paper presentations, a methods troubleshooting session, and keynote speakers.
See the call for papers for details and submit an abstract by 23 June. To contact the conference organisers email femquant17[at]gmail.com.
*Abstract deadline *23 June 2017
*Notification of acceptance *16 July 2017
*Registration deadline *25 August 2017
*Conference* 21 September 2017
This conference is organized by Rose Cook, PhD student at UCL Institute of Education and Jenny Chanfreau, PhD student at the London School of Economics.
The conference is funded by the Economic and Social Research council, via the Bloomsbury Doctoral Training Centre Interdisciplinary Funding Scheme. The aim of this scheme is to facilitate inter-disciplinary dialogue in the social sciences.