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會議徵稿──「性別化的變遷:女性主義知識生產與跨國行動參與」國際學術研討會
  • 2019-09-09

論文摘要截止日期:2020年1月31日

一、會議時間:20201028-30日(星期三至五) 

二、會議地點:國家圖書館(臺北市中山南路20號)

三、主辦單位:國家圖書館(臺灣)、北歐亞洲研究中心(丹麥)

四、合辦單位:臺灣女性學學會(臺灣)

五、會議語言:英文

六、會議簡介:

本研討會著重於地方、地區、國家及跨國層次下女性主義轉型實踐的策略及複雜性。於一連串全球性的挑戰與危機,如經濟危機、生態浩劫、難民問題、高齡化社會,以及日益加劇的不平等與社會分化下,關於轉型過程中帶來可能性及限制的關鍵性參與,通過交織性觀點,從差異中造成影響,是重要且即時的。最重要的議題不僅是探討這些轉型如何成形,尚在探索其背後的驅動力又為何,以及女性主義運動如何在不同地緣政治現實的轉型中被定位,為了錨定這些問題意識,必須持續將女性主義學術界和行動參與雙方實踐關係動態納入討論。會議目標是在女性主義者學術討論和行動參與狀況進行時的數種模式中,挖掘其間複雜的權力關係。因此希望徵求各種與知識生產、行動主義、(跨)國女性主義行動、女性團結與性別論述轉型等專題相關稿件。

  本場會議亟需匯聚關注社會動向之學者以及介入不平等、不公正與剝削交織處境的行動者。我們誠摯邀請耕耘於跨學科、多元方法論及多元知識傳統的性別研究學者,也歡迎在地方、地區、國家及跨國議題第一線的行動者發表相關研究或針對實踐領域引領專題討論。會議主要中心會放在中華-北歐地區,但也不排除其他區域,我們期待處理女性和女性主義者經驗與面對各種不同地緣政治環境挑戰的學者和工作者一同參與這次的會議。

七、會議子題:

(一)Feminist Knowledge Production and Academic Freedom女性主義知識生產與學術自由

(二)State, Region, Globalization 國家、區域及全球化

(三)Gender Transformation and Youth性別轉換與青年世代

(四)Feminist Re/writing of History and Literatures(重)寫女性主義歷史與文學

(五)Migration Processes /Race/Gender/Class 遷移過程/種族/性別/階級

(六)Gender, Economy, Work and Welfare 性別、經濟、工作與福利

(七)Activism out and in of UN 行動主義進出聯合國

(八)Gender, Intimacy, Form and Affect 性別、親密關係、形式及影響

(九)Gender and Technology 性別與科技

(十)Gender, Knowledge and the Broader Public: Library, Art, Museum 性別、知識與公眾:圖書館、藝術、博物館

八、徵稿方式:公開徵求論文(paper場次(Panel工作坊(workshops)及圓桌論壇(workshops),摘要請以英文撰寫,約150字左右。

(一)有意投稿者請於2020131日前,將論文摘要上傳至https://reurl.cc/alrgRY e-mailccswww@ncl.edu.tw

(二)論文摘要經籌備委員會審查,結果將於2020430日以電子郵件通知,並公告於網頁。

九、聯絡方式

漢學研究中心學術交流組

電話:(02)2314-7321 蔡先生

傳真:(02)2371-2126

電子郵件:ccstcc@ncl.edu.tw

地址:10001 臺北市中山南路20

 

InternationalConference of Gendering Transformations: Feminist Knowledge Production andTrans/national Activist Engagement

 

Venue:National Central Library, Taiwan

October28-30th, 2020

 

CALL FOR PROPOSALS

        Thisconference focuses on the strategies for and complexities in feministtransformative practices at local, regional, national and transnational levels.Critical engagements with the possibilities and limitations of transformation –of differences that make a difference - through intersectional perspectives areimportant and timely in the face of a series of global challenges and crises,such as economic and ecological crisis, refugee crisis, ageing society,increased inequalities and polarization of the society. It is crucial to asknot only the how of the transformations, but also who are the driving forcesbehind the transformations, and how the feminist movements are positioned inthese transformations from different geopolitical locations. To address thesequestions, it is also necessary to include a continued discussion on therelationship and dynamics between feminist academic and activist practices. Theaim of the conference is to explore the complexities of power relations at workin the multiple modalities of feminist academic and activist engagements. Theconference invites papers on a wider array of topics related to knowledgeproduction, activism, trans/national feminist movements, solidarity andgendering transformations.

        Theconference will be a much needed gathering of socially-concerned scholars andactivists who are thinking about and interfering into the intersectionalinequalities, injustices, and exploitations. We invite gender studies scholarswho are working within and across a number of disciplines, methodologies andintellectual traditions. At the same time, we welcome the individualpresentations and panels proposed by the activists who are dealing withquestions and issues of great relevance for the local, regional and thetrans/national situations in which they are operating. The conference willfocus primarily, but not exclusively on the Sino-Nordic regions, and we warmlyinvite scholars and activists who are coming from and/or working on women's andfeminist experiences and challenges faced in a number of different geopoliticallocations.

The conference offers parallel streams of thethematic workshops and round tables. We aim at a flexible model where differentformats are use for different types of topics and discussions. We are pleasedto invite colleagues to submit proposals for Organized Panels, Roundtables,Workshops, and Individual Paper proposals.

TOPICS FOR SUBMISSION

1.     Feminist Knowledge Production and AcademicFreedom

2.     State, Region, Globalization

3.     Gender Transformation and Youth

4.     Feminist Re/writing of History andLiteratures

5.     Migration Processes /Race/Gender/Class

6.     Gender, Economy, Work and Welfare

7.     Activism out and in of UN

8.     Gender, Intimacy, Form and Affect

9.     Gender and Technology

10.   Gender, Knowledge and the Broader Public:Library, Art, Museum

Deadline forSubmission of Abstracts: 31st January 2020

The abstractshould be in English and have a length of approximately 150 words.

The languageof the conference will be English.

MoreInformation about the conference and proposal submission on:

https://reurl.cc/W4dgA7 or E-mail: ccswww@ncl.edu.tw

 

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