Februari 2018
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Jean-Didier Bergilez - Dispositifs spatiaux pour sexualités parias. Cartographie d’une planète libertine (Les Midis de STRIGES)
06/02/2018
Bruxelles
6
Journées doctorales (GREG, UCL)
07/02/2018 - 08/02/2018
Louvain-la-Neuve
7
Journées doctorales (GREG, UCL)
07/02/2018 - 08/02/2018
Louvain-la-Neuve
Genre et enseignement : quelle éducation à l'égalité? 10. Nouvelles pédagogies, espace et jeux (Université des Femmes)
08/02/2018
Bruxelles
Carrière des jeunes chercheures: Quelles solutions ont-elle trouvées pour contourner les obstacles? (ARES)
08/02/2018
Bruxelles
8
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Peter Hegarty (Chaire Suzanne Tassier-Charlier ULB)
19/02/2018 - 20/02/2018
Bruxelles
19
Peter Hegarty (Chaire Suzanne Tassier-Charlier ULB)
19/02/2018 - 20/02/2018
Bruxelles
Tackling Gender-Based Violence in Europe: Advancing Strategies to End Violence against Women and Girls (Public Policy Exchange)
20/02/2018
Brussel
20
Diane Roman - Consentement et violences sexuelles (Atelier Genre(s) et Sexualité(s), ULB)
21/02/2018
Bruxelles
21
Fatima Mernissi Boekenkaravaan (VUB/RoSa)
22/02/2018
Brussel
22
Mobiliser le genre dans nos enseignements du droit: et pourquoi pas? (Centre de Droit Public, ULB)
23/02/2018
Bruxelles
23
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Pilarisé un jour, pilarisé toujours ? Approches multidisciplinaires du clivage philosophique dans la Belgique contemporaine (CIERL - ULB)
26/02/2018 - 28/02/2018
Bruxelles
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Pilarisé un jour, pilarisé toujours ? Approches multidisciplinaires du clivage philosophique dans la Belgique contemporaine (CIERL - ULB)
26/02/2018 - 28/02/2018
Bruxelles
27
Pilarisé un jour, pilarisé toujours ? Approches multidisciplinaires du clivage philosophique dans la Belgique contemporaine (CIERL - ULB)
26/02/2018 - 28/02/2018
Bruxelles
Catherine Bourgeois - Femmes à la frontière. Étude de cas en République dominicaine et Haïti (Nouvelles thèses féministes - Université des Femmes)
28/02/2018
Bruxelles
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Whose story of science? (Atria)

07/12/2017

Is the public image of who contributes to science diversifying? Over the last years various types of media are disavowing traditional narratives of men in locations of power as the sole generators of knowledge, such as the movie Hidden Figures in theatres last year, starring African-American mathematicians working in the U.S. space program during the 1960s. Users of social media are unfolding serious critiques in playful guise via hashtags like #ILookLikeAProfessor and #ILookLikeAHistorian. The emerging attention for issues of diversity and inclusion in knowledge production appeals to historical and social studies of science: can they contribute to this development in a meaningful way – and should they?

Questions like these are explored in short presentations and a panel discussion during this public event. Speakers: prof. dr. Mineke Bosch, dr. Patricia Faasse and prof. dr. Amade M’charek.

Mineke Bosch is professor of Modern History at the University of Groningen and works at the intersection of history of science and women's studies

Patricia Faasse is senior researcher at the Rathenau Instituut. She authored a biography of Johanna Westerdijk, the first female professor in The Netherlands (Atlas/Contact, 2012).

Amade M’charek is a professor of anthropology of science at the University of Amsterdam. Her research focuses on the entanglement of genetics and race in forensic and scientific practices.

Doors open: 19.30
Start Program: 20:00

More information and registration:
https://www.atria.nl/en/calendar/whose-story-science 

Plaats en tijdstip

Atria Bibliotheek
Vijzelstraat 20
Amsterdam
Nederland

20u

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