Well-being, Ecology, Gender and cOmmunity-Innovative Training Network (WEGO-ITN) is holding a book launch for their recent publication ‘Feminist Methodologies’ on Monday, 25 April from 17.30 to 19.00 hrs at ISS butterfly bar.
Already downloaded over 48,000 times, Feminist Methodologies offers in-depth reflections on how feminists shape research questions, understand positionality, share research results beyond academe and produce feminist intersectional knowledges.
From menstrual tracking to navigating digital places
Edited by Wendy Harcourt, Karijn van den Berg, Constance Dupuis and Jacqueline Gaybor, chapters include research on feminist research into COVID-19, the role of apps in tracking the menstrual cycle, the personal and political in digital spaces and conducting respectful and caring research.
During the launch many of the authors will be available to discuss their individual chapters and discuss these with the audience.
The launch will be followed by a reception at ISS.
The event will not be hybrid as it will be complex to manage online various authors talking about their chapters at different tables in the Atrium.