This month, we dug up a word from 2005: Testiculate. What does it mean, you say? “Waving your arms around and talking total bollocks”. Although it might not have had the feminist connotations it has today, in 2019 it seems that it deserves a spot next to Mansplaining. What do you think? HERstory Witch, please … Continue reading FEELing Through the Grapevine: November 2019
Dr. Audrey BryanAssistant Professor, School of Human Development, Dublin City University.Audrey Bryan is an Assistant Professor in the School of Human Development, DCU, where she teaches courses across the range of programme offerings on the Humanities (Human Development) and Education programmes. Her academic background spans the fields of Comparative and International Education, Sociology, Applied Social … Continue reading aFEELiates
Prof. Jessica Ringrose Co-Director UCL Centre for Sociology of Equity and Education. Audrey Jean Jessie Morales Hanna Retallack Emilie Lawrence Shiva Zarabadi Xumeng Xie Zixi Zuo Tabitha Millett Bárbara Berger Idil Cambazoglu
Linked with FEEL, PhEM is a network of researchers, practitioners, educators, artists and activists engaging with feminist posthumanism and new materialism research methodologies in education. Two conferences were organised, in 2015 and in 2018. You can read the programmes and see the flyers below: Flyer PhEM 2015 Programme PhEM 2015 Flyer PhEM 2018 Programme PhEM … Continue reading PhEMaterialism
Last semester, FEEL and CSEE welcomed Dr Earvin Charles Cabalquinto for a seminar on digital caregiving. Here is his guest blog entry for the occasion!
Join the Centre for Sociology of Education and Equity (CSEE) and Feminist Educational Engagement Lab (FEEL) for an event about feminism and media in the era of #MeToo on March 12th, 1-3pm, room W3.01, UCL Institute of Education (20 Bedford Way). The event, #MeToo: Where are we now? Everyday sexism and antifeminism in mainstream media, … Continue reading Event March 12 – #MeToo: Where are we now? Everyday sexism and antifeminism in mainstream media
Welcome to our brand new lab's official website! We are a group of academics and students dedicated to research and experiment with feminist engagement and education. The lab is based in the Institute of Education at UCL, but we welcome affiliates from all around the world. Watch this space for blog posts and events. F … Continue reading FEEL: a new research lab