Scientific Excellence and Gender Change

Managerialism and Newly Emerging Science Policy

Publié le 15 octobre 2015 par Equipe GIS IdG

Gender, Work & Organization Conference 2016

Scientific Excellence and Gender Change : Managerialism and Newly Emerging Science Policy

Stream convenors :

  • Johanna Hofbauer, Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU), AUSTRIA
  • Heike Kahlert, Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum (RUB), GERMANY
  • Julia Nentwich, University of St. Gallen, SWITZERLAND

The purpose of the stream is to help advance our understanding of how the current changes in the development of scientific excellence, gender equality and the significant changes in academic governance mutually shape and produce new ways of working, knowing and living in academia. We invite submissions from the international research community that can help create theoretically informed, multidisciplinary understandings of the issues affecting the structural and cultural meanings of academic governance with respect to science policies, scientific work and careers, knowledge production and organizational practices. Contributions are welcome in any of the following or related themes :

Science policies – research that investigates gender equality and/or excellence in policy making on national and international levels and the translation of the policy measures to universities and other scientific organizations.

Science organizations and organizing science - research that investigates organizational practices of performing or resisting the major developments towards competition, managerialism, enhancing scientific excellence and fostering gender equality.

Scientific work and careers – research that investigates the structuring, meaning and changing of academic labour on all career levels within scientific organizations.
Scientific knowledge production - research that investigates the meaning of gender, also in combination with other inequalities, in the knowledge production and delivering process.

- Abstracts of approximately 500 words (ONE page, Word document NOT PDF, single spaced, excluding references, no header, footers or track changes) are invited by 1st November 2015 with decisions on acceptance to be made by stream leaders within one month.
All abstracts will be peer reviewed. New and young scholars with ’work in progress’ papers are welcomed. In the case of coauthored papers, ONE person should be identified as the corresponding author. Note that due to restrictions of space, multiple submissions by the same author will not be timetabled.

Abstracts should be emailed in the first instance to contact point Heike Kahlert Abstracts should include FULL contact details, including your name, institutional affiliation, mailing address, and e-mail address.
State the title of the stream to which you are submitting your abstract.

  • Note that no funding, fee waiver, travel or other bursaries are offered for attendance at GWO2016.