2018 Spring/Summer Newsletter

Spring/Summer Newsletter
2018
Gender & Sexuality Research Cluster Canadian Sociological Association
Contents:

(1) Message from your Co-Chairs;

(2) News

(3) ISA RC32 Women in Society Announcement

(4) ISA Sessions on Gender & Sexuality
Message from your Co-¬Chairs

We hope you’re having a nice summer! It is our pleasure to present the second – if slightly delayed – issue of the newsletter of the Gender & Sexuality Research Cluster for the Canadian Sociological Association.
First of all, we would like to welcome the new members to our RC. We hope you’ll find this to be a supportive community! We are still working on increasing our membership and would therefore hope that you’ll continue to circulate the newsletter among your respective networks and build interest in it.

We would love for this RC to “live” throughout the year outside of the CSA meetings and this year’s ISA. Speaking about the ISA, we believe that it will give us an opportunity to connect with members of RC32, the ISA’s Research Committee on Women in Society, as well as with members of Sociologists for Women in Society (SWS) who will be attending and/or presenting at the conference. We’re including an announcement from RC32’s current co-president, Josephine Beoku-Betts below, in addition to a (non-exhaustive) list of sessions on gender and sexuality that may be of interest to you if you’re going to be at ISA.

While we do not have a formal activity planned for ISA, we are open to organizing an in prompt gathering. We will be in touch closer to the date.

We will be back with another newsletter in the fall with new plans for organizing our research programming and hopefully developing new opportunities for networking and mentorship between established faculty and junior faculty and graduate students at next year’s CSA meetings in Vancouver. As always, we welcome any feedback you’d like to share with us.

Warm regards and welcome to Toronto for the ISA!

Salina and Paulina

NEWS!

Recent Books by our members

Chen, Xiaben, Rebecca Raby, and Patrizia Albanese, eds. 2017. The Sociology of Childhood and Youth in Canada. Toronto: Canadian Scholars.

The Sociology of Childhood and Youth in Canada is an edited collection of cutting-edge Canadian scholarship examining young lives from a sociological perspective. The volume is divided into four parts, addressing: ethics and innovation in conducting research with children and youth; the social construction of childhood and youth; inequalities and intersections in experiences of childhood and youth; and citizenship, rights, and social engagement. Specific topics of focus include arts-based approaches to research with young people, children’s family and peer relationships, disability, the production of gendered and racialized children through storybooks, marketing to children, the settler colonial biopolitics of residential schools and the Sixties Scoop, young people’s activism in terms of challenging dress codes and creating gay-straight alliances, and theorizing young people’s rights, civic engagement, and citizenship. Discussion of these topics is informed by current trends in the sociology of childhood, all with attention to social justice. This collection will appeal to undergraduate students of sociology, women’s and gender studies, child and youth studies, child and youth care, and early childhood education.

Link to Table of Contents: https://canadianscholars.ca/books/the-sociology-of-childhood-and-youth-studies-in-canada#tab_toc

Travers, Ann. 2018. The Trans Generation: How Trans Kids (and Their Parents) are Creating a Gender Revolution. New York: NYU Press.

A groundbreaking look at the lives of transgender children and their families

Some “boys” will only wear dresses; some “girls” refuse to wear dresses; in both cases, as Ann Travers shows in this fascinating account of the lives of transgender kids, these are often more than just wardrobe choices. Travers shows that from very early ages, some at two and three years old, these kids find themselves to be different from the sex category that was assigned to them at birth. How they make their voices heard—to their parents and friends, in schools, in public spaces, and through the courts—is the focus of this remarkable and groundbreaking book.

Based on interviews with transgender kids, ranging in age from 4 to 20, and their parents, and over five years of research in the US and Canada, The Trans Generationoffers a rare look into what it is like to grow up as a trans child. From daycare to birthday parties and from the playground to the school bathroom, Travers takes the reader inside the day-to-day realities of trans kids who regularly experience crisis as a result of the restrictive ways in which sex categories regulate their lives and put pressure on them to deny their internal sense of who they are in gendered terms.

As a transgender activist and as an advocate for trans kids, Travers is able to document from first-hand experience the difficulties of growing up trans and the challenges that parents can face. The book shows the incredible time, energy, and love that these parents give to their children, even in the face of, at times, unsupportive communities, schools, courts, health systems, and government laws. Keeping in mind that all trans kids are among the most vulnerable to bullying, violent attacks, self-harm, and suicide, and that those who struggle with poverty, racism, lack of parental support, learning differences, etc, are extremely at risk, Travers offers ways to support all trans kids through policy recommendations and activist interventions. Ultimately, the book is meant to open up options for kids’ own gender self-determination, to question the need for the sex binary, and to highlight ways that cultural and material resources can be redistributed more equitably. The Trans Generation offers an essential and important new understanding of childhood.

Recent Articles by our members

Fuller, Sylvia. 2017. “Segregation across Workplaces and the Motherhood Wage Gap: Why do Mothers Work in Low-Wage Establishments?” Social Forces
https://doi.org/10.1093/sf/sox087

García-Del Moral, Paulina. 2018. The Murders of Indigenous Women in Canada as Feminicides: Toward a Decolonial Intersectional Reconceptualization of Femicide. Sings: Journal of Women in Culture & Society 43 (4):929-954.
https://doi.org/10.1086/696692

Abji, Salina. Forthcoming. “Postnational Acts of Citizenship: How an Anti-Border Politics is Shaping Feminist Spaces of Service Provision in Toronto, Canada” International Feminist Journal of Politics.

ISA’s RC 32’s Co-President

RC32 @ the XIX International Sociological Association World Congress of Sociology
Toronto, Canada, July 15-21, 2018

Research Committee 32 welcomes the participation of sister organizations in Canada at the ISA World Congress of Sociology in Toronto, Canada, July 15-21, 2018. Our research committee has one of the largest memberships in the ISA with over 340 members. RC32 will be hosting 26 panel sessions at the ISA Congress in addition to participation in Joint and Integrative sessions.
We are pleased to announce that RC32 will launch two new workshops on “Publishing Gender Research with a Global Focus” and “Cross-Generational and International Networking Workshop for Junior/Early Career RC32 Scholars”. Both workshops will give RC32 members an opportunity to come together and share ideas and resources that will facilitate career development, especially for junior scholars.

ISA Sessions on Gender & Sexuality

Monday, 16 July 2018
8.30-10.20
Structures of Power, Violence and Justice
Session Organizer: Margaret ABRAHAM
Chair: Margaret ABRAHAM

10.30-12.20
RC06 Family Research
Family Structure, Power Relations and Gender Based Violence
Session Organizers: Dorothy ONONOKPONO and Innocent MODO

RC32 Women in Society
Decolonizing (trans)Gender: Gender Diversity and (in)Visibility from a Transnational Perspective
Session Organizer: Sofia ABOIM
Chair: Sofia ABOIM

RC32 Roundtable Session II
Session Organizers: Marcia SEGAL and Melanie HEATH

RC38 Biography and Society
Using Intersectionality in Biographical Research
Session Organizers: Kathy DAVIS and Helma LUTZ
Chair: Kathy DAVIS

14.00-15.20
Colonial and Contemporary Land Appropriation and Dispossession: In Search of Justice
Session Organizers: Margaret ABRAHAM and Patrizia ALBANESE
Chair: Patrizia ALBANESE

15:30-17:20
RC06 Family Research
Experiences of and Responses to Disempowerment, Violence and Injustice within the Relational Lives of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Two Spirited (LGBTQ2) People.
Session Organizers: Luke GAHAN and Kathryn ALMACK
Chairs: Luke GAHAN and Kathryn ALMACK

RC19 Sociology of Poverty, Social Welfare and Social Policy
Gender, Migration and Work of Care: A Multi-Scalar Approach. Part I
Session Organizer: Ito PENG
Chair: Ito PENG

RC32 Women in Society
The Gendered Realities of Crime: The Intersection between Female Offending and Victimization
Session Organizer: Chioma Daisy ONYIGE
Chair: Chioma Daisy ONYIGE

RC50 International Tourism
Gender and Tourism Power. Violence and Justice: Reflections, Responses and Responsibilities
Session Organizer: Stroma COLE
Gender and Authoritarianism in the MENA Region
Session Organizers: Nilay CABUK KAYA, Dilek CINDOGLU and Ayse SAKTANBER

TG03 Human Rights and Global Justice
Women’s Transparency: Invisible Mechanisms of Gendered and Racialized Injustices in Israel.
Session Organizers: Yael BEN DAVID and Sarab ABU-RABIA

17:30-19:20
RC05 Racism, Nationalism, Indigeneity and Ethnicity
Racism and Neoliberalism in Everyday Life
Session Organizers: Nira YUVAL-DAVIS and Claudia TAZREITER
Chair: Nira YUVAL-DAVIS

RC19 Sociology of Poverty, Social Welfare and Social Policy
Gender, Migration and Work of Care: A Multi-Scalar Approach. Part II
Session Organizer: Ito PENG
Chair: Ito PENG

RC32 Women in Society
Modern Slavery: Women, Violence, Exploitation and Vulnerability in the Politics of Human Trafficking in the United States and Globally
Session Organizer: Ann BROOKS
Chair: Ann BROOKS

WG05 Famine and Society
Feminization of Poverty: Mainstreaming Gender Perspective to Address Poverty
Session Organizer: Namita GUPTA
Chair: Harjit Singh ANAND

19:30-20:50
RC32 Women in Society
Reproductive Rights Under Commercialized and Politicized Medical Discourses
Session Organizer: Sigeto TANAKA
Chair: Sigeto TANAKA

Tuesday, 17 July 2018
08:30-10:20
RC01 Armed Forces and Conflict Resolution
Women in the Military. Participation and Change in a Gendered Organisation II
Session Organizers: Marina NUCIARI and Helena CARREIRAS

RC31 Sociology of Migration
Modern Day Slavery and Trafficking in Persons: The Variables of Migration, Gender and Human Rights
Session Organizers: Arun Kumar ACHARYA and Maria Luisa MARTINEZ SANCHEZ

RC32 Women in Society
Cross Generational and International Networking Workshop for Junior/Early Career RC32 Scholars
Session Organizers: Ann DENIS, Shweta Majumdar ADUR and Ann BROOKS
Chair: Ann BROOKS

WG05 Famine and Society
Gender and Famine: Dealing with Material Scarcity through Survival Strategies
Session Organizer: Abha CHAUHAN
Chair: Ranvinder Singh SANDHU

RC15 Sociology of Health
Gender, Equity and Reproductive Rights in a Mobile World
Session Organizers: Susan BELL and Anne FIGERT
10:30-12:20
RC32 Women in Society
Rethinking Feminist Knowledge: Voices from the Global South
Session Organizers: Josephine BEOKU-BETTS and Akosua ADOMAKO AMPOFO
Chair: Mary OSIRIM

TG06 Institutional Ethnography
In Conversation with Dorothy Smith
Session Organizer: Liza MCCOY
Chair: Marjorie DEVAULT

RC48 Social Movements, Collective Actions and Social Change
Social Movements and Gender Violence: What They Do, What They Can?
Session Organizers: Liana Maria DAHER, Anna DOMARADZKA and Consuelo CORRADI
Chair: Consuelo CORRADI
12:30-13:50
Migration and Displacement: Beyond Borders and States
Session Organizers: Sari HANAFI and Vineeta SINHA
Chair: Sari HANAFI

Violence and Inequalities: Racism, Xenophobia and Exclusion
Session Organizers: John HOLMWOOD and Mokong Simon MAPADIMENG
Chair: Mokong Simon MAPADIMENG
15:30-17:20
RC01 Armed Forces and Conflict Resolution
Women in the Military. Participation and Change in a Gendered Organisation 1
Session Organizers: Marina NUCIARI and Helena CARREIRAS

RC06 Family Research
Remaining Childlessness: Patterns, Causes, and Consequences
Session Organizer: Yu-Hua CHEN
Chair: Yu-Hua CHEN

RC32 Women in Society
Identity, Citizenship, and Migration in the Era of Globalization: Bridging Our Work in Solidarity with the Legacies of Cynthia Joseph
Session Organizers: Akosua ADOMAKO AMPOFO and Josephine BEOKU-BETTS
Chair: Josephine BEOKU-BETTS

Migration, Gender and Precarity: New Migratory Flows in the MENA Region
Session Organizers: Nilay CABUK KAYA, Dilek CINDOGLU and Ayse SAKTANBER

17:30-19:20
RC01 Armed Forces and Conflict Resolution
Military Families, Care and Resilience
Session Organizers: Hitoshi KAWANO and Dimitrios GAKIS

RC22 Sociology of Religion
Dynamics of Gender, Religion and Intersectionality
Session Organizer: Hengameh ASHRAF EMAMI
Chair: Hossein GODAZGAR

RC31 Sociology of Migration
Migrant Home-Making in the Era of Fortified Borders: Reproducing the Past, Resisting the Present, Redefining the Future?
Session Organizers: Pierrette HONDAGNEU-SOTELO and Paolo BOCCAGNI

RC32 Women in Society
Publishing Gender Research with a Global Focus
Session Organizer: Jo REGER
RC32 Women in Society
Talking: An Act Against Gender Violence
Session Organizers: Tinka SCHUBERT and Natalie BYFIELD
21:00-22:30
Beyond Borders: Addressing the Crises in Displacement
Session Organizer: Margaret ABRAHAM
Chair: Margaret ABRAHAM
Wednesday, 18 July 2018
08:30-10:20
RC22 Sociology of Religion
Religion, Gender and Family Violence
Session Organizer: Catherine HOLTMANN
Chair: Anna HALAFOFF

RC32 Women in Society
Memoria, Reconciliación e Interseccionalidad
Session Organizers: Roberta VILLALON and Erika MARQUEZ
Chair: Roberta VILLALON
10:30-12:20
RC05 Racism, Nationalism, Indigeneity and Ethnicity
Creative, Collaborative and Participatory Methods for Researching Racism, Migration and Indigeneity
Session Organizer: Umut EREL
Chair: Elena VACCHELLI

RC14 Sociology of Communication, Knowledge and Culture
Violence and Communication in Vulnerable Groups / Violencia y Comunicación En Colectivos Vulnerables
Session Organizers: Leticia PORTO PEDROSA and Sergio Alberto LLANO ARISTIZÁBAL

RC24 Environment and Society
Gender and Environment
Session Organizer: Keiko HIRAO
Chair: Kyoko UEDA

RC29 Deviance and Social Control
Women’s Rights
Session Organizers: Jesica VEGA, Ma Aurea VALERDI and Angel SERRANO-SANCHEZ

RC32 Women in Society
Growing up Female in Post-Colonial and Multi-Ethnic Societies – Invited Panel
Session Organizers: Evangelia TASTSOGLOU and Margaret ABRAHAM
Chair: Evangelia TASTSOGLOU

RC32 Women in Society
RC32 Roundtable Session I
Session Organizers: Melanie HEATH and Marcia SEGAL

RC53 Sociology of Childhood
Victim, Perpetrator or Else? Perceptions of Violence from a Generational and Gender Perspective
Session Organizers: Doris BUEHLER-NIEDERBERGER and Mia SCHOEB
Chair: Doris BUEHLER-NIEDERBERGER

14:00-15:20
Gender and Intersectional Violence
Session Organizers: Rosemary BARBERET and Evangelia TASTSOGLOU
Chair: Evangelia TASTSOGLOU

15:30-17:20
RC31 Sociology of Migration
Mobile Desires: The Patterns, Structures and Strategies of Sexual Migration
Session Organizer: Susanne CHOI
Chair: Susanne CHOI

RC32 Women in Society
Author Meets Critic
Session Organizers: Chioma Daisy ONYIGE and Nazanin SHAHROKNI

RC51 Sociocybernetics
The Interdisciplinary Approach of Complex Social Systems: Analysing Elements and Processes of Power, Violence and Justice
Session Organizer: Elisa Margarita MAASS
Chair: Chaime MARCUELLO-SERVOS

RC54 The Body in the Social Sciences
Gender, Sexuality and Embodiment.
Session Organizers: Ladan RAHBARI, Chia LONGMAN, Gily COENE and Susan DIERICKX

ISA Former Presidents Special Session
Session Organizer: Margaret ABRAHAM
Chair: Margaret ABRAHAM

17:30-19:20

RC04 Sociology of Education
Gender in STEM Education and Academic Employment: Focus on Intersectionality
Session Organizer: Joanna SIKORA

RC06 Family Research
Studying Family Life, Digital Technologies, and Social Media: Perspectives and Methods
Session Organizers: Barbara BARBOSA NEVES and Claudia CASIMIRO
Chairs: Claudia CASIMIRO and Barbara BARBOSA NEVES

RC32 Women in Society
Gender Immigration and Religion in a Globalized World
Session Organizers: Peruvemba JAYA and Jane KU
Chair: Jane KU

RC41 Sociology of Population
Fertility and Religion
Session Organizer: Jonathan ANSON

RC47 Social Classes and Social Movements
Feminist Movements: New Challenges in the 2010s
Session Organizer: Carmen DIAZ ALBA

RC02 Economy and Society
Global Perspectives on Care and Care Work I: Marketization, Migration and Gender
Session Organizers: Brigitte AULENBACHER and Heidi GOTTFRIED
Chair: Heidi GOTTFRIED

Thursday, 19 July 2018
08:30-10:20
RC25 Language and Society
International Family Migration and Normative Languages
Session Organizers: Francesco CERCHIARO and Laura ODASSO

RC32 Women in Society
The Missing Debate of Gender and Family Violence: What Went Wrong?
Session Organizer: Rima SABBAN
Chair: Rima SABBAN

RC47 Social Classes and Social Movements
Indigenous Resurgence in Social Movement Theory and Practice
Session Organizers: Carol Lynne D’ARCANGELIS and Janet CONWAY
Chair: Janet CONWAY

RC49 Mental Health and Illness
Victimization and Mental Illness
Session Organizer: Silvia KRUMM

TG03 Human Rights and Global Justice
Human Rights and Gender Identity Registration: Examining Relationships Between Claims of (sexual) Citizens and Global Justice
Session Organizers: Verena MOLITOR, Tatiana ZIMENKOVA, Christine QUINAN,Marjolein VAN DEN BRINK and Alexander KONDAKOV
Chair: Verena MOLITOR

RC02 Economy and Society
Theorizing Changes in Gender Regimes and Gendered Institutions
Session Organizer: Karin GOTTSCHALL
Chair: Karin GOTTSCHALL
10:30-12:20
RC05 Racism, Nationalism, Indigeneity and Ethnicity
Intergenerational Indigenous Inequality in Colonial Nation States
Session Organizers: Margaret WALTER and Tracey MCINTOSH

RC06 Family Research
Labour Markets and Welfare States in Transition: Barriers and Opportunities for Work-Family Balance and Gender Equality. Part II
Session Organizer: Isabella CRESPI
Chair: Isabella CRESPI

RC11 Sociology of Aging
Family Ties and Aging in Changing and Challenging Times
Session Organizer: Ingrid Arnet CONNIDIS
Chair: Ingrid Arnet CONNIDIS

RC12 Sociology of Law
Intimacy, Violence and the Law: Gender, Victim-Defendant Relationship and Punishment
Session Organizers: Myrna DAWSON, Barbara G BELLO and Alexandrine GUYARD-NEDELEC
Chair: Myrna DAWSON

RC32 Women in Society
Intersectionality, Gender, Politics and Violence: Shifting Contexts, Contemporary Challenges
Session Organizers: Kalpana KANNABIRAN and Bandana PURKAYASTHA
Chair: Maitrayee CHAUDHURI

RC32 Women in Society
Global Perspectives on Care and Care Work II: Marketization, New Forms of Governance and Gender
Session Organizers: Birgit RIEGRAF and Helma LUTZ
12:30-13:50
Race and Colonial/Imperial Erasure. Sociology’s Dysfunctional Relationship with A Foundational Concept
Session Organizer: Manuela BOATCA
14:00-15:20
The Justice System: Power, Violence and Responsibility of Civil Society
Session Organizers: Kalpana KANNABIRAN and Marina KURKCHIYAN
Chair: Kalpana KANNABIRAN

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls in Canada: What Can Sociology Bring to the Table?
Session Organizer: Myrna DAWSON
Chair: Katherine Charlotte MORTON

15:30-17:20
RC11 Sociology of Aging
Working on into Retirement: Gendered Policies, Interactions and Experiences
Session Organizers: Elizabeth BROOKE and Sarah VICKERSTAFF

RC32 Women in Society
Social Reproduction in Transnational Migration
Session Organizers: Guida MAN and Nana OISHI
Chair: Nana OISHI

RC05 Racism, Nationalism, Indigeneity and Ethnicity
What Can Indigenous and Feminist Analyses Contribute to Sociological Analyses?
Session Organizers: Ann DENIS and Linda CHRISTIANSEN-RUFFMAN

RC31 Sociology of Migration
Transnational Care in the Immobility Regime: Families Facing Closed Borders and Restrictive Migration Policies
Session Organizers: Majella KILKEY, Laura MERLA and Loretta BALDASSAR
Chair: Laura MERLA

RC42 Social Psychology
Race, Class & Gender in Practice Settings
Session Organizers: Daniela JAUK and Sharon EVERHARDT

RC54 The Body in the Social Sciences
Violence Taking Place across the Bodies of Women
Session Organizer: Ladan RAHBARI

17:30-19:20
RC32 Women in Society
RC32 Business Meeting

RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology
Doing Fieldwork in Challenging Contexts
Session Organizer: Rima WILKES

19:30-20:50
RC54 The Body in the Social Sciences
Crossing and Gendering Borders
Session Organizer: Emanuela C. DEL RE

Making Connections: Bridging Generations
Session Organizers: Vineeta SINHA, Filomin GUTIERREZ and Ayse SAKTANBER

Friday, 20 July 2018
08:30-10:20

RC10 Participation, Organizational Democracy and Self-Management
Entrepreneurship and Management from a Gender Perspective
Session Organizers: Fatima ASSUNCAO and Zakia SETTI
Chair: Zakia SETTI
RC32 Women in Society
Gender, Power, Systemic Violence and Social Inequality: Global Dialogues and Intersectional Analysis of Transnational Women’s Movements:
Session Organizers: Alicia Itati PALERMO, Paola BONIZZONI, Angela M. TOFFANIN and Francesca Alice VIANELLO

RC29 Deviance and Social Control
Femicide/Feminicide, Global Diagnosis and Responses
Session Organizers: Myrna DAWSON, Barbara G BELLO, Dalila CEREJO, Consuelo CORRADI and Rosemary BARBERET
Chair: Myrna DAWSON

10:30-12:20

RC06 Family Research
Families and Culture: Crossing and Maintaining Boundaries
Session Organizers: Sylvie BIJAOUI and Ari ENGELBERG
Chair: Sylvie BIJAOUI

TG03 Human Rights and Global Justice
International Interventions, Gender Relations and Justice
Session Organizers: Lucy FISKE and Rita SHACKEL
Chair: Lucy FISKE

RC32 Women in Society
Refugees and Gender: Challenges for Travel, Border-Crossing and Security in the 21st Century
Session Organizer: Manashi RAY
Chair: Manashi RAY

RC34 Sociology of Youth
Youth, Gender and Belonging
Session Organizers: Darcie VANDEGRIFT and Anna-Britt COE
Chair: Anna-Britt COE

12:30-13:50
Social Movements and Labour: Joining Forces Against Authoritarian Neo-Liberalism in the Global North and South
Session Organizers: Sabrina ZAJAK, Eva GERHARZ and Andreas BIELER
Chair: Sabrina ZAJAK

14:00-15:20

Building a More Just World
Session Organizer: Margaret ABRAHAM
Chair: Margaret ABRAHAM

15:30-17:20

RC22 Sociology of Religion
Session Organizer: Christel GÄRTNER
Chair: Christel GÄRTNER

17:30-19:20
RC02 Economy and Society
Capitalism, Welfare State and Intimate Life: Integrating Human Reproduction in the Theory of Social Reproduction
Session Organizer: Emiko OCHIAI

RC06 Family Research
Contemporary African Families
Session Organizer: Sahmicit KUMSWA
Chair: Marlize RABE

TG03 Human Rights and Global Justice
Gender Based Violence in Global South: Issues and Challenges
Session Organizer: Namita GUPTA

RC20 Comparative Sociology
Comparative and Historical Sociology of Women’s Careers. Part I
Session Organizers: Akiko NAGAI and Fumiya ONAKA
Chair: Miki NAKAI

19:30-20:50

The Power of the Media: Reflections, Roles and Responsibilities
Session Organizer: Margaret ABRAHAM
Chair: Margaret ABRAHAM

Saturday, 21 July 2018

08:30-10:20
RC06 Family Research
Family and Social Unit – Interconnection and Interdependence
Session Organizer: Maitreyee BARDHAN ROY
Chair: Maitreyee BARDHAN ROY

RC32 Women in Society
Hate Speech and the Challenge of Nation-Building
Session Organizers: Matthew EGHAREVBA, Taiwo ABIOYE and Agatha N.T. EGUAVOEN

10:30-12:20

RC32 Women in Society
Violence Against Women in India: Multiple Expressions and Sites
Session Organizer: Anurekha CHARI WAGH
Chair: Anurekha CHARI WAGH

12:30-14:20
RC31 Sociology of Migration
Mixed Marriages and Social Exclusion: Which Prospects?
Session Organizers: Mara TOGNETTI and Alberto MASCENA
Chair: Mara TOGNETTI

RC32 Women in Society
Women’s Movement, Peace Process and Conflict Resolution
Session Organizer: Abha CHAUHAN
Chair: Abha CHAUHAN

14:30-16:20

RC19 Sociology of Poverty, Social Welfare and Social Policy
Poverty and Inequalities: Intersections with Gender, Generations and Race Discrimination
Session Organizer: Cristina GOMES

RC32 Women in Society
Gender and Anti-Migration Politics
Session Organizer: Susanne CHOI
Chair: Susanne CHOI

15:30-17:20
Screening of the award winning documentary film Colonization Road followed by a panel discussion
Session Organizer: Patrizia ALBANESE
Chair: Ryan MCMAHON

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