Dr. Alyosxa Tudor part of panel on ‘Transnational Feminism; Queering Bodies and Borders’ on Friday, 8 February 2019

By Centre for Gender Studies|January 25, 2019|Activism, Lectures/Talks/Conferences, Our Work|0 comments

Hosted by Event Details. Friday, 8 February 2019 from 16:00-18:00 IAS Common Ground WC1E 6BT London, United Kingdom Hosted by Fast-forward Feminism; resist, reimagine, rebuild   In the last few years we have seen countless numbers of people across the global left destitute, vulnerable and threatened, due to the appalling treatment of migrants and the harmful and discriminatory principles and policies of neoliberalism. Throughout this panel, hosted by academics and activists,

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Our Work – Activism, Art, Research – A blog on Kashmiri Half Widows by MA Student Niharika Pandit

By Akanksha Mehta|April 16, 2016|Activism, Creative Projects, MA Students, Our Work, Teaching|0 comments

CGS MA student, Niharika Pandit, has put together a project for her Gender, Armed Conflict, and International Law module. The project, on the topic of half widows in Kashmir, is in the form of a live blog with sections arranged like that of an essay. However, it will be more interactive, beginning conversations on research, art, methods, and activism. Visit the project here.  About this project This blog is an attempt to

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Our Work – Activism- #StandWithJNU: Solidarity Statement by Academics in the UK

By Akanksha Mehta|February 19, 2016|Activism, Faculty, MA Students, Our Work, PhD Students|0 comments

PhD Candidate, Akanksha Mehta, along with several other PhD students in the UK formulated a solidarity statement to stand with students, faculty, and protestors at India’s Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU). Several PhD students, faculty members, and MA students signed the petition.  The petition can be found at Kafila #StandWithJNU: Solidarity Statement by Academics in the UK This is a statement by over three hundred and fifty academics based in the UK. We,

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Our Work- Activism – Solidarity Statement with Justice For Cleaners Campaign at SOAS

By Akanksha Mehta|February 15, 2016|Activism, Our Work|0 comments

Doctoral students and faculty at CGS have recently released a statement in solidarity with SOAS Justice For Cleaners campaign. The text is below: We, the undersigned at the Centre for Gender Studies at SOAS would like to express strong support for the Justice for Cleaners Campaign. More specifically we would like senior management to reconsider its position and to bring the cleaners in-house as soon as possible. As the recently

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