Misogyny In The Modern World: From Politics to Violent Extremism
Date: 19th October 2022
Time: 11:30- 16:00
Place: University of Exeter, Queens Building, Queens LT7.2 Room
Anti-woman and anti-feminist attitudes pervade throughout society, from everyday micro-behaviours to macro-level, societal, issues. This free special workshop will bring together a number of notable researchers who have looked at these issues in a number of disparate areas, including in electoral behaviour, political representation, gender-based violence, and violent extremism. The aim of the workshop will be to present state-of-the-art research in the areas below and to encourage discussion between participants and attendees in order to develop research ideas and potential collaborations.
1130: Welcome and introduction.
1200: Susan Banducci and Liz Ablett: Campaign Ethnographies: Examining Women’s Experiences on the Campaign Trail.
1230: Kaitlin Senk: Measuring Sexism in Cross-national Surveys.
1300: Sofia Collignon from Queen Mary University of London: Measuring and addressing gendered political violence in the UK.
1330: Lisa Sugiura from University of Portsmouth: Reflections on Researcher Safety and Wellbeing when Studying Online Misogynistic Groups.
1400: Debbie Ging: The Manopshere.
1430: Lewys Brace: Incels and online extremism.
1500: Simone Long: Incels and the far-right.
1530: Closing statements and social.
To attend online, please provide us with your name and email address click here and a link will be sent out the day before.