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Feminist Digital Ethnography roundtable
On the 25th January, we welcomed our fantastic speakers Francesca Sobande, Ingrid Brudvig, and Zoë Glatt for a roundtable event on Feminist Digital Ethnography as part of our Advanced Feminist Methods and Skills series. Here, timely and urgent questi (More)
Professor Rosalind Gill's new report published on International Women's Day
Professor Rosalind Gill at the GSRC is publishing a new report on March 8th to mark International Women’s day. The report, Changing the Perfect Picture: Smartphones, Social Media and Appearance Pressures, is based on research with 175 young women and (More)
Challenging Racism Together Collaborative - Free Webinar Series 2021
University of Kent, Liverpool John Moores University and City, University of London are collaborating in order to launch a series of cross-sector live webinars on race, racism and the importance of inclusive allyships to continue having the conversat (More)
Poppulo has gone live - City's new internal communications platform
The MAfS Team have been hard at work setting up and implementing the new student and staff communications platform – Poppulo, which is a part of the Student Communications project. Damian, Yusuf and Mariana from MAfS worked alongside colleagues from (More)
Difficult conversations: A feminism and methodology workshop with Róisín Ryan-Flood
Laura Favaro's reflections on the day As part of our ongoing series 'Advanced feminist research methods and skills', on 15th January Dr Róisín Ryan-Flood (University of Essex) ran a workshop on ‘Difficult Conversations’, which was attended by PhD (More)
Graeme's secondment with MAfS comes to an end
In this post, Graeme reflects on his experience as an Assistant Business Analyst with the MAfS team. We would like to congratulate Graeme for his new role and thank him for his invaluable contribution to the MAfS projects. We will be seeing you aroun (More)
New EDI team members supporting Race Equality
Our team is growing: City have recently welcomed two new individuals to drive Race Equality work within the institution and support the Institution's Equality, Diversity and Inclusion goals. Sabah Holmes, Race Equality Manager, will cover for Dr. (More)
Producing Feminist Research with Maria do Mar Pereira
Hannah Curran-Troop's reflections on the day Back in December, we had the pleasure of hosting Professor Maria do Mar Pereira for our event, Producing Feminist Research: Dilemmas of doing Feminist Ethnography and Research with our own Communities. (More)
Farewell Damian!
All good things must come to an end, but I would be remiss to leave City this Friday without stopping to express my gratitude towards everyone I encountered during my time here.  I figured it would be interesting to start by reflecting on what I w (More)
New History module at City: ‘Disruptive Divas, Riot Grrrls and Bad Sistas: A History of Women in Popular Music’
“Disruptive Divas, Riot Grrrls and Bad Sistas: A History of Women in Popular Music” (HI 3009) is a new third year elective in the School of Arts and Social Sciences organised by Dr Peter Grant. It briefly covers the early history from The Beggars Ope (More)
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