Gender-based Violence : Politics, Protests and Productions

Publié le 4 novembre par Héloïse Humbert

The Call for Panels and Papers for the Section on Gender-based Violence : Politics, Protests and Productions, at the European Conference on Politics and Gender (ECPG) 6-8 July 2022, Ljubljana, Slovenia, is now open.

The section is structured around four broad themes : 1) the politics and policy to combat gender-based violence, 2) the protests against gender-based violence, 3) the production of gender-based violence, and 4) Gender-based violence in times of crisis. The section includes panels on policy and institutional responses, political violence, political economy, international relations, right-wing populism, anti-gender and gender-based violence, and mobilisation against gender-based violence. We welcome gendered, feminist and intersectional perspectives, and both theoretical and empirical studies, as well as contributions from both early- and late-stage career scholars.

The Section is open for panel proposals, paper proposals, and for paper proposals for specific panels, as outlined on the homepage. Please see : https://ecpr.eu/Events/Event/SectionDetails/1095

Deadline for paper and panel proposals : 8 December 2021

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The European Conference on Politics and Gender (ECPG) is Europe’s biggest gathering of politics and gender scholars, and provides a platform for lively discussion, exchange of ideas and best practices in the discipline. The ECPG conference aims to cover the full range of topics in the field of politics and gender broadly conceived to include any gender, sexuality and intersectional perspectives in political science, international relations, political theory and philosophy, research methods, public policy and public administration, and social movements. It aims to attract scholars globally, and at all stages of their career. The ECPG particularly welcomes participation of early career scholars and scholars who are underrepresented in the profession.