Elisabeth List Fellowship Programme for Gender Research at the Univ. of Graz (Web)
Venue: Centre for Southeast European Studies, Univ. of Graz
Proposals by: 31.03.2023
The goal of the workshop is to discuss how to best apply innovative qualitative research methods and intersectional analyses to women’s and gender history in Southeast Europe with doctoral students whose projects are related to these themes, and more senior scholars who work on gender in SEE. The workshop is organized by Rory Archer (Graz/Vienna), Chiara Bonfiglioli (Graz/Cork), Drivalda Delia (Graz/Regensburg) and Rachel Trode (Graz/EUI Florence). The team will be joined by an additional 4-5 researchers of gender in SEE who will participate in the workshop as instructors. All activities will be conducted in English.
The target group of the workshop is PhD researchers whose research engages with oral history, ethnographic and biographical approaches related to women’s and gender history in Southeast Europe (understood broadly). Postgraduate students with a well-developed PhD proposal are also eligible to apply, although preference will be given to PhD students. Around 10 places will be made available. Accommodation and meals in Graz are provided by the organisers for all participants. Limited travel funding may be made available for students who do not have institutional support (please request this in your application if you need it). Read more … (PDF)
The workshop is part of the Elisabeth List Fellowship Programme for Gender Research at the University of Graz and is a key activity of the ongoing project “Women’s and gender history in Southeast Europe in the 20th Century: Oral history, ethnographic and biographical approaches as a way to advance intersectionality.” (Web)