Advisory Board

Prof. Dr. Inderpal Grewal

Yale University, Connecticut   Inderpal Grewal is Professor of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. Most recently she has taught at University of California, Irvine, where she was director of Women’s Studies and of the PhD Program in Culture and Theory. Her research interests include transnational feminist theory; gender and globalization, human [...]

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Prof. Dr. Donna Haraway

University of California, Santa Cruz   Donna Haraway, Ph.D., (b. 1944 in Denver) taught as a Professor of Feminism and Technoscience at the European Graduate School EGS. Donna Haraway is an internationally recognized feminist theorist and philosopher of science and technology. Her seminal work, Simians, Cyborgs, and Women: The Reinvention of [...]

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Prof. Dr. Nina Lykke

Linköping University, Sweden   Nina Lykke is professor of Gender Studies with special reference to Gender and Culture at Linköping University, Sweden. She is director of an international Centre of Gender Excellence, GEXcel, as well as scientific leader of a Nordic and a Swedish-International Research School in Interdisciplinary Gender Studies. She [...]

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Prof. Dr. Joan Scott

Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton   Joan Scott's work has challenged the foundations of conventional historical practice, including the nature of historical evidence and historical experience. Drawing on a range of philosophical thought, as well as on a rethinking of her own training as a labor historian, she has contributed to [...]

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Prof. Dr. Nicole Ward-Jouve

University of York, York   Writes both in English and in French. Fictions: Le Spectre du gris (in English: Shades of Grey, Virago, 1981); L'Entremise, and short stories in various collections. Critical Essays: Baudelaire (Macmillan's, 1983); Colette (Harvester Press, 1987) ; Un Homme nommé Zapolski, translated into English as The Streetcleaner: [...]

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Prof. Dr. Anne Phillips

London School of Economics, London   Anne Phillips joined the LSE in 1999 as Professor of Gender Theory, and was Director of the Gender Institute until September 2004. She subsequently moved to a joint appointment between the Gender Institute and Government Department. She is a leading figure in feminist political theory, [...]

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Prof. Dr. Karen Barad

University of California, Santa Cruz   Karen Barad is Professor of Feminist Studies, Philosophy, and History of Consciousness at the University of California at Santa Cruz. Her Ph.D. is in theoretical particle physics. She held a tenured appointment in a physics department before moving into more interdisciplinary spaces. She is the [...]

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Prof. Dr. Jane Lewis

London School of Economics, London   Professor Jane Lewis has research interests mainly in the field of gender and family policies, both historically and comparatively. She also maintains an interest in the third sector. Over the past decade she has contributed a series of publication on lone parents, marriage and cohabitation, [...]

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Prof. Dr. Lesley Doyal

University of West England, Bristol   Lesley Doyal has published widely in the fields of health policy and the sociology of health and illness. Her work has been translated into many languages and she is frequently invited to speak at international conferences. She is especially interested in the links between gender [...]

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