Mi interessa promuovere un approccio più inclusivo alla ricerca e all’insegnamento. Le persone possono diventare agenti di cambiamento nelle organizzazione in cui studiano o lavorano.

  • Over 50 and MOOC

    What do we know of people over50 attending MOOCs? For example, that they may use MOOCs as part of a constellation of cultural experiences If you are interested in knowing more about adults attending MOOCs, you will discover that there is still little research on this specific group, representing a minority of the users. New […]

  • Gender Equality in Academia

    Gender Equality in Academia: Comparative Perspectives From Feminist Institutionalism Abstract: New Institutionalism (NI) explores how institutional rules, norms, and cultures constrain the choices and actions of individuals when they are part of an institution. Feminist Institutionalism (FI) applies NI through a gendered lens, starting from the premise that institutions are highly gendered, and considers how […]

  • Women’s Leadership and Industry

    Questions for 2nd panel discussion for EDGE Women’s Leadership development programme Trinity College Dublin, 13th March 2019 Q: How would you describe women’s leadership? Rita Bencivenga: Leadership is a very simple concept. It’s the action of leading a group of people or an organisation to obtain well-defined and measurable results. And the results are the most […]

  • Women’s Leadership and Industry

    Panel discussion on Women’s Leadership and Industry organised by EDGE Marie Curie Co-fund Women’s Leadership Development Programme 2019 Wednesday 13th March 2019 LCR O’Reilly Building Trinity College Dublin

  • Gender-based Violence in Higher Education

    Call  for Abstracts Gender-based Violence in Higher Education International Workshop to Connect Ongoing Research May 8-9, 2019 at GESIS-Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, Cologne, Germany The workshop provides a platform for scientific exchange on various aspects relating to the study of gender-based violence (GBV) in universities and research institutions in Europe, including sexualized violence […]

  • Populism and education through the lens of gender and sexuality

    A call for abstracts for a co-edited special issue, ‘Interrogating education: critical thinking in the time of populist politics’, of the British Educational Research Journal (BERJ). In recent times there has been a steady rise in populist politics globally, a phenomenon The Guardian has called ‘the new populism’. The full proposal and call for papers […]

  • Campagnes anti-genre en Europe

    CAMPAGNES ANTI-GENRE EN EUROPE. Des mobilisations contre l’égalité sous la direction de Roman Kuhar & David Paternotte 2018 ISBN : 978-2-7297-0942-6 collection « Sexualités » (Anti-Gender Campaigns in Europe. Mobilizing against Equality. Edited by Roman Kuhar and David Paternotte. Publication Date: Aug 2017) Après plusieurs décennies de progrès constant, l’Europe fait face à une nouvelle […]

  • Gender Equality and Beyond

    Social Inclusion has just released its newest issue: “Gender Equality and Beyond: At the Crossroads of Neoliberalism, Anti-Gender Movements, “European” Values, and Normative Reiterations in the Nordic Model” The issue is fully open access: all articles are free for you and others to read, download, and share. Gender Equality and Beyond: At the Crossroads of […]

  • Research impact outside of academia

    Is being interviewed by a local (even national) newspaper (or invited from a prestigious university to do a seminar) good for impact? No, at least not unless it leads to something else, as Prof. Gauntlett clearly explained in an article published in 2014 but still useful for those involved in projects where demonstrating the impact […]

  • How To Increase Women´s Participation In Science?

    On September 25th, a conference in Brussels has discussed women´s participation in science and research and the main challenges facing female scientists. The conference brought together scientists, policy makers and experts to discuss conditions for women in science and the key factors behind the low representation of women in leading positions and within some scientific […]