19 June 2015, 9am-5pm, Newcastle University Business School
The British Academy of Management’s Gender in Management Special Interest Group (GIMSIG) and the Gender, Professions and Society (GPS) Research Group at Newcastle University Business School are organising the joint workshop “Gender Issues in Business Schools: Linking Research & Teaching Practice”. The workshop will take place on Friday 19th of June 2015, 9am-5pm, at Newcastle University Business School (Partners’ Room 8.10). Below is information about registration and a programme for the day.
Registration: The workshop is free to members of BAM and members of staff at Newcastle University.
è If you are BAM member, please register at the following link: http://www.bam.ac.uk/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=2940
è If you are a member of staff at Newcastle University, please register at the following link: http://forms.ncl.ac.uk/view.php?id=8209
è If you are not a member of BAM or a member of staff at Newcastle University, you must join BAM to be able to attend this event. You can join BAM at this link: http://www.bam.ac.uk/membership-benefits
Travel and accommodation: Participants (or their institutions) are expected to cover the costs of attending the event. You can find information about travel and tourist information at:
Venue for the event: Newcastle University Business School is located at 5 Barrack Road, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 4SE (Building No. 81 on the following campus map): http://www.ncl.ac.uk/documents/Campus-Map-Print.pdf.
British Academy of Management’s Gender in Management Special Interest Group and Newcastle University Business School’s Gender, Professions and Society Research Group
“Gender Issues in Business Schools: Linking Research & Teaching Practice”
Friday 19th of June 2015, Newcastle University Business School, Partners’ Room 8.10
9:00 Registration and morning refreshments
9:45 Introduction and welcome words
Adelina Broadbridge (Stirling), Chair of the GiM SIG
10:00 Session 1 – “From where I am standing: Perspectives on gender scholarship in academia” (Chair: TBC)
Wendy Hein (Birkbeck, University of London) – ‘Locating gender equality in marketing research, practice and teaching’
Jenny Rodriguez (Newcastle University) – ‘Fighting for intersectionality in a post-feminist classroom’
Nick Rumens (Middlesex University) – ‘Queering the business school: lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans perspectives and issues’
11:30 Tea & Coffee Break
12:00 Panel Discussion – How does the “laddish culture” of contemporary universities influence our ability to address gender in our research and teaching practice? (Chair: Sara Maioli, Newcastle University)
Panellists: Andreas Giazitzoglu (Newcastle University), Savita Kumra (Brunel University) and Kate Sang (Heriot Watt University)
14:00 Session 2 – Researching and teaching gender in academia (Chair: Katarzyna Zdunczyk, Newcastle University)
Julie Hall (Roehampton University) – ‘Gender and pedagogy’
Kathryn Haynes (Newcastle University) – ‘Sustainability and gender equality’
Monica Wirz (Cambridge University) – ‘Opting for an MBA Education: What is being done at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School’
15:30 Tea & Coffee Break
15:45 Closing Note: Moving forward
16:00 Book Launch (Drinks and nibbles)
Patricia M. Flynn, Kathryn Haynes and Maureen Kilgour (Eds) (2015) Integrating Gender Equality into Business and Management Education: Lessons Learned and Challenges Remaining (UNPRME).