Monthly Archives: May 2017

A Typology of Gendered Pipelines: reconfiguring the approach to researching gender (in)equality in academic/research careers and organizations

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24 May, 1-2 pm (CMB Conference room 2.15) Farah Dubois-Shaik, Université Catholique de Louvain   A Typology of Gendered Pipelines: reconfiguring the approach to researching gender (in)equality in academic/research careers and organizations Farah Dubois-Shaik & Bernard Fusulier In this paper we propose a new Typology of Gendered Pipelines that provides a multi-level, multi-dimensional and comparative   …Continue Reading


Elites and Expertise: The changing material production of knowledge for policy

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26 April, 1-2 pm (CMB Conference room 2.15) Jenny Ozga, Professor Emeritus, Department of Education, Oxford & Honorary Professorial Fellow, School of Social and Political Science, Edinburgh.   Abstract: The seminar draws on work in progress on the Leverhulme Emeritus Fellowship ‘Governing Education: knowledge and policy in England and Scotland since 1986’. This study investigates   …Continue Reading


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