Designing Gender Research: methods and challenges
DESIGNING GENDER RESEARCH: METHODS AND CHALLENGES Call for Short Papers
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TJI Gender Research Stream is organising a workshop on “Designing Gender Research: Methods and Challenges” which will take place on Wednesday 22 February 2017at Ulster University, Belfast Campus.
Registration is now open!
Please see our "detailed programme" (draft) for the day's itinerary and a full list of staff.
In the first round, all postgraduate research students and early career academics from any discipline working on gender were invited to submit an abstract (250-500 words) by 12 December 2016. This abstract should include the following:
(2) Statement of Problem (SOP)
(3) Research question (key question(s))
(4) Research method(s)
After the initial round of abstract review, all accepted authors were invited to submit a short paper (1500-2000 words) elaborating research methods and challenges (current and/or potential) by 30 January 2017
All short papers submitted to the workshop are considered for the “TJI Best Paper Award” which will be given to the three best submissions.
This is a unique opportunity for postgraduate and early career researchers to present their research design to a panel of renowned experts in the field of gender and receive feedback. They will engage in interdisciplinary discussions with experts and peers on methods and challenges associated with carrying out research on gender. Our panel of experts includes:
Dr Fidelma Ashe - Reader in School of Criminology, Politics & Social Policy, Ulster University
Dr Fiona Bloomer- Lecturer in School of Criminology, Politics & Social Policy, Ulster University
Dr Yassin Brunger- Lecturer in Socio-Legal Studies, Queen's University Belfast
Dr Azadeh Chalabi- Lecturer in Law & TJI Gender Research Coordinator, Ulster University
Professor Brandon Hamber- John Hume and Thomas P. O'Neill Chair in Peace, School of Criminology, Politics & Social Policy, Ulster University
Dr Gina Heathcote- School of Law, SOAS, University of London
Dr Kathryn McNeilly- Lecturer, School of Law, Queen's University Belfast
Dr Ronagh McQuigg- Lecturer, School of Law, Queen's University Belfast
Dr Khanyisela Moyo- Lecturer in Law, Transitional Justice Institute, Ulster University
Dr Catherine O'Rourke- Senior Lecturer in Human Rights and International Law, Ulster University
Professor Bill Rolston- Emeritus Professor, Transitional Justice Institute, Ulster University
Dr Eilish Rooney- Senior Lecturer, School of Sociology and Applied Social Studies, Ulster University
For general inquiries, please contact Elise Ketelaars
For questions about research design (content), please contact Dr. Azadeh Chalabi, TJI Gender Research Coordinator.