Technologies of gender and labour

Posted on | December 10, 2010 | 1 Comment

One of my big projects for the year comes to fruition next week. The Technologies of Gender and Labour roundtable I’ve been organising with Ann Deslandes is funded by the Academy of the Humanities International Science Linkages scheme. It’s an amazing opportunity to bring together some big names from here and overseas to talk about gender, technology and work.

While the structure of the funding scheme means this is an invite-only event, there is room for just a couple of extra people to come along at this late stage. Do get in touch if you are interested.

In preparation for the event, we’ve been using a delicious tag “GLT” to assemble a list of references that speak to the workshop themes. Anyone is welcome to add their own suggestions to this list.

I’ve posted an overview of the project – taken straight from the grant application, for those of you wanting an insight into the genre – on a new research page. I’ll add more details and give an update on the outcomes from the event when I have a bit more time.


One Response to “Technologies of gender and labour”

  1. Melissa
    December 10th, 2010 @ 3:40 pm

    Sounds fantastic, looking forward to reading the collected essays in the future.

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