8th European Conference on Gender Equality in Higher Education: two panels on work-life articulation in academia – Vienna, September 3-5, 2014

The European conferences on gender equality in higher education have since 1998 brought regularly together hundreds of gender equality practitioners, researchers and administrators from Europe and beyond. The conferences provide an international forum to discuss and exchange information and experiences and share research results on the changes and challenges related to gender in academia, gender equality promotion and interventions in higher education and research institutions.

This year the conference will take place in Vienna and it will host two panels on the themes of work-life articulation in academia.

1) Family and Career

Chair: Marita Haas
Rapporteur: Martina Hartner-Tiefenthaler

Isabella Buber-Ennser: Childbearing ideals and intentions of female researchers
Susann Kunadt: Family Friendliness at Higher Education Institutions. About the effectiveness of strategies and measures for the reconciliation of science and care
Marta Vohlídalová: Once children come, it puts sand in the wheels of career opportunities
Florian Holzinger: Fathers on parental leave in greedy organizations

2) Explorations & Interventions in Work-Life-Balance and Academic Working Cultures

Chair: Barbara Hey
Rapporteur: Evangeline Adler-Klausner

T. Paulitz, S. Kink, B. Prietl: How to tackle methodologically implicit gender norms in academic working cultures? Challenges for Gender Studies in Higher Education
R. Ortlieb, S. Weiss: Work-life-Balance and career aspirations of junior faculty members
T. Paulitz, M. Goisauf, S. Zapusek: Gendered relations of work and life in academia: Findings from a qualitative study at the University of Graz
B. Hey: Reflecting a research-based intervention in academic work-life-balance

For more information, please visit  the conference’s website  https://gender2014.conf.tuwien.ac.at/home/


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