Feminist Reflections: Law, Society & Care. 21 July – final week for bookings

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Sylvia Pankhurst Gender and Diversity Research Centre at Manchester Met

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You are warmly invited to a collection of talks and symposium papers for individuals working within Feminist Frameworks and methodologies.

Sponsored by the Sylvia Pankhurst Gender Research Centre

DATE: 21 July 2017 9.30am-6.00pm

VENUE & DATE:  Room 2.10 Sandra Burslem Building, Manchester Met

Donna Dickenson, Property in the Body: Feminist Perspectives

Alison Jaggar, Gendered Perspectives on Global Justice

Helen Pankhurst, Words not Deeds

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Melanie Latham, Kelly Dannielle & Aysha Mazh

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Campus Equity Week Prepping Part I: First Finding Common Ground, Then Doing What You Can Do

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The Adjunct Crisis

Good Adjuncts,

We are a motley lot, teaching under a wide variety of conditions, and as a consequence, have various issues as regards to the adjunct situation.  In preparing for Campus Equity Week, we need to recognize, in spite of our shared grievances, this motley nature, and embrace it.

I recall last year, while meeting with members of the American Federation of Teachers Adjunct Contingent Caucus at the AFT National Convention, that once we broke down into smaller groups, we found the high priority issues not only varied from state to state, but from system to system–say teaching at a community college versus teaching at a public university versus teaching at a private institution.  Some teachers were represented by unions with wall-to-wall units (Adjuncts and Full-timers), while others were adjunct only, and some were struggling to get administration to even negotiate with them. . .

In spite of all this…

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