The newly formed St Andrews Institute for Gender Studies (StAIGS) brings together staff from across the University with research interests in gender.
Please join us on Tuesday 4 December 2018 for the official launch of the institute and our inaugural event.
The event will begin with an introduction by Principal Sally Mapstone, who is a member of the StAIGS’ Management Committee. This will be followed by a flash workshop where some of our academic affiliates will introduce the ways in which gender studies connects to their research. The event will conclude with a networking reception with refreshments.
Bettina Bildhauser, Modern Language—German
Gillian Brown, Psychology and Neuroscience
Kate Cross, Psychology and Neuroscience
Tugce Cuhadaroglu, Economics
Kate Ferris, History
Mattia Fumanti, Anthropology
Andy Gardner, Biology
Walter Pedriali, Philosophy
Camilla Rostvik, Art History
Kevin Scharp, Philosophy
Leshu Torchin, Film
Margarita Vaysman, Modern Language—Russian
Ulrike Weiss, Art History
StAIGS has over 100 academic affiliates across 16 Schools: Art History, Biology, Classics, Computer Science, Divinity, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Economics, English, Geography and Sustainable Development, History, International Relations, Mathematics, Medicine, Modern Languages, Philosophical-Anthropological-Film Studies, and Psychology and Neuroscience.
Gender Studies is an interdisciplinary field of research, encompassing the study of issues that range from feminism and women’s studies to masculine studies, queer theory, and sexuality studies. Gender Studies is deeply committed to an intersectional analysis of the phenomena it examines, understanding that gender, class, race, ethnicity, sexuality, power, and inequality are inextricably connected.
Colleagues are welcome to join us for all or part of the event.
To help us anticipate numbers for catering purposes, please book a free ticket for the event.