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Women & Politics Annual Conferences and Workshops
The Women and Politics Specialist Group of the Political Studies Association organizes an annual conference or workshop in alternate years. In addition, it provides financial support for conferences on themes that are of central interest to its members. Finally, it sponsors panels at the annual conferences of the PSA, Elections, Public Opinion and Parties Specialist Group of the PSA (EPOP) and the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR). Please follow the links below for further details on major past events we have organized or sponsored.
2014: PSA Women and Politics Biennial Conference, ‘Body/State in an Age of Austerity’, University of Birmingham, 22 February
2013: UK Women and Politics Workshop, ‘Doing Gender’, University of Bristol, 2 March
2012: PSA Women and Politics Biennial Conference 2012 ‘Making a Difference for Women’, University of the West of England, 18 Feb
2011: PSA Conference Women and Politics One Day Workshop, London, 19 – 21 April
2011: ‘Gender and Politics: Debates and Challenges’, Workshop on Gender and Politics, 26 Feb
2010: PSA Women and Politics Biennial Conference, ‘ Shifting Agendas’, University of Manchester, 19 February
2008: PSA Women and Politics Biennial Conference, ‘Gender, Equality and Politics – European Futures’, University of Surrey, 16 February
2006: PSA Women and Politics Biennial Conference, ‘Feminist Ethics, Feminist Politics and the States We’re In: Critical Reflections in Uncertain Times’, University of Edinburgh, 11 February
2005: PSA Women and Politics Annual Conference, University of Bristol, 19 February
2004: PSA Women and Politics Annual Conference, Queens University Belfast, 21 February (co-hosted with the Centre for the Advancement of Women in Politics)
2014: Researching Gender in Divided Societies: A Conversation, University of Ulster, 7th November.
2008: Women in French Politics – still le deuxième sexe?, Queen Mary, University of London, 20 June