The Gender and Transformation in Central-Eastern Europe and Eurasia Workshop, via CUNY Graduate Center European Union Studies Center (Web)
Time: on Fridays 2-3 pm (New York Time)
Venue: via Zoom, via New York City
The Gender and Transformation Workshop started in 1993 and its members have been women activists, academics, journalists, lawyers, and educators concerned about gender inequality in the newly non-Communist countries of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. Members of the Network of East-West Women were some of the earliest participants and speakers. The goal is to provide a venue for those from the region and working in and about it, to be able to provide their most recent work, including on western Europe and Eurasia.
The programme of the Spring Series 2022
Details to follow at the website (Web).
- Masha Beketova (Humboldt Univ. in Berlin): Queer/kvir post-Soviet Diaspora in Germany; Discussant: Alexandra Novitskaya (SUNY Stony Brook)
29.04.2022: Special session on Ukraine
- Oleksandra Tarkhanova (Univ. of St. Gallen, Switzerland): Shades of Protracted Displacement: Reconciling citizenship and the status of internally displaced in Eastern Ukraine
- Olga Sasunkevich (Univ. of Gothenburg, Sweden): Building transnational feminist solidarities in the times of war: Women’s Dialogue for Peace in Donbas
- Yanara Schmacks (CUNY Graduate Center): The socialist mother beyond the ‘working mom’: Motherhood in GDR women’s literature and activism
- Dovile Budryte (Georgia Gwinnett Coll.): Gender, War, and Remembrance: ‘Points of Memory’ in the Narratives of Women Participants in the Partisan War (1944-53) in Lithuania
- Anja Vojvodic (CUNY LaGuardia Community Coll.): Failed Adoptions: International Norm Rejections and the Case of Gender Quotas
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