by Ashley Thompson When I first saw that En-Gender! was holding a conference this year, I wasted no time in filling out the application form and submitting an abstract. I had published an article with En-Gender! earlier this year, based on a section of my undergraduate dissertation, and my experience had been hugely positive. As … Continue reading En-Gender! 2021 Conference – My Experience
By Catherine Phipps The History of the Gendered Body is an interdisciplinary seminar series from the University of Oxford that invites speakers to discuss bodies, gender and sexuality throughout history and the present day. It was born out of one conversation, two and a half years ago. I’d been attending seminars hosted by the “Cultural Histories, Cultural … Continue reading Find your academic community. If you don’t have one, start one!
by Jonas Dyck, University of Heidelberg When I was offered to write something about my experiences with “gender” in religious studies, I was surprised by my own reaction to this offer. Not surprising was the mix of excited, joyful and nervous emotions I felt when I thought that strangers could read a text of mine. … Continue reading Gender in Religious Studies: The Experience of a Student
We (This is us) would like to say a few words. We want to make this journal a space for change, understanding this word in a twofold way. First, a place to exchange ideas, works, thoughts, doubts, and experiences. Second, but not far from the first, as a place where those exchanges could go further … Continue reading Before we launch the working paper series …
By Leandro Wallace I Women have been part of history since the beginning. That is as true a statement, as there can be. However, what we would consider the academic recollection of history has had a different approach. In this piece, I will do a quick summary of what has been the development of the … Continue reading Do all roads lead to Rome? The nuances of studying gender in Antiquity