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Presenting Feminist Institutionalist Perspectives

Rowman & Littlefield International have launched a new series – Feminist Institutionalist Perspectives – which seeks to publish cutting-edge work on gender and political institutions.

Feminist Institutionalism at 10: conference 3-4 April 2017

The call for papers is open for an exciting international conference - hosted by the University of Manchester -which will set out the agenda for the next 10 years of feminist institutionalism!

Call for Chapter Proposals

Heather MacRae (Political Science, York University) and Elaine Weiner (Sociology, McGill University) invite chapter proposals for an edited volume, tentatively titled, Towards Gendering Institutionalism: Equality in Europe in the New Millennium. Proposals are welcome from junior as well as more senior scholars from across the disciplines. 

FIIN Business Lunch - ECPG 2015 Uppsala

Interested in Feminist Institutionalism? Or simply curious to know more about this approach – which combines insights from feminist analysis and institutionalist theory –  to understand and explain the dynamics of gendered power inequalities in public and political life?  Come join us at the FIIN business lunch – on Friday June 12 from 1-2pm – as part of ECPG 2015 at Uppsala!

Call for Papers

IPSA RC 19 (Gender, Politics and Policy), in conjunction with FIIN  are seeking to sponsor a panel on 'Feminist Institutionalism and Gender Equality Policy' at the Second International Conference on Public Policy, to be held at the Catholic University of Sacro Cuore, in Milan, 1st-3rd July, 2015.  We welcome papers from around the globe that explore how feminist engagement with institutionalism (and its varieties, including feminist institutionalism) facilitate new theoretical and empirical understandings of how policy processes and outcomes are gendered in their practices