HRI Catalyse

The Future of Gender in the Curriculum: Opportunities and Threats’ with Professor Andrea Pető

Andrea Pető is Professor of Gender Studies at the Central European University, Budapest. She is a leading scholar in gender history and politics, as well as a campaigner and advocate for women’s equality and gender studies education. The presentation will be followed by a panel discussion with Dr Lucy Jones, Professor Jenny Saul and from the Department of History, Professor Mary Vincent and Dr Julie Gottlieb with time for Q&A.

The event is organised by the Faculty Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee, supported by HRI Catalyse.

Please sign-up via the Eventbrite page here

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CoMo Public Lecture: Professor Saul Dubow

CoMo, the Centre for Contemporary and Modern History is delighted to announce a public lecture by Saul Dubow, Smuts Professor of Commonwealth History at the University of Cambridge. Continuing our theme of partition (which you may follow at http://www.como.group.shef.ac.uk/videos/), Professor Dubow will be speaking on ‘Apartheid: why Partition could not work’

12 October at 5pm
The Diamond Lecture Theatre 3
All welcome!