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WE-Heraeus-Workshop 29. - 30. January 2015

Talk by Elvira Scheich at Netzwerktreffen der Frauenbeauftragten im Bereich der Physik:

"Geschlecht und Arbeitskulturen in der Physik - Strukturelle Perspektiven"

Date: 29. January 2015, 17:30h

Location: Freie Universität Berlin, Seminarzentrum L 115


BuKoF Annual Conference 24. - 26. September 2014

Workshop from Martina Erlemann at the 26. Annual Meeting of Bundeskonferenz der Frauen- und Gleichstellungsbeauftragten an Hochschulen (BuKoF)

Workshop: genderDynamics. Disciplinary Cultures and Research Organizations

Date: Friday, 26. September 2014, 9:00 – 11:30h

Location: Sparkassenakademie NRW, Münster


Gender & STEM Network Conference 3. - 5. July 2014

genderDynamics-Symposium at "Gender and STEM: What schools, families, and workplaces can do?"  2nd Network Conference

The first conference in 2012 focused on individual gendered pathways towards (and away from) STEM fields. In 2014, we highlighted the roles of schools, families and workplaces for supporting or constraining girls/women and boys/men to choose and persist in STEM, versus other pathways.

At the 2nd conference the aim was to present empirical research and educational policies, concerning how individual and social aspects impact individuals’ motivation, attitudes, performance, educational and career choices and pathways into STEM fields. Complementary perspectives will address how such pathways can be facilitated at various points along students’ and young adults’ educational and occupational development.


Symposium 1: GenderDynamics – Ethnographic studies of different institutional settings in physics

  • Organizer: Petra Lucht
  • Chair: Sabine Hark
  • Discussant: Helene Götschel
  1. Entanglements of gender cultures and workplace cultures in science as a key for gender equality: The case of the physical sciences - Martina Erlemann
  2. Factors influencing the careers of young scientists during the period of their PhD. An ethnographic case study - Grit Petschick
  3. Heterogeneous gendering. An ethnographic approach to gender & physics in times of the “knowledge economy” - Mike Laufenberg
  4. De-Gendering a physics laboratory - Petra Lucht

Symposium 1: Friday 4 July 2014, 13:40-15:10h, Room H 2035

Location: Technische Universität Berlin


External Workshop 12.-13. June 2014

External Project-Workshop

Guest: Project "Gendered University: Gender Hierachies at TU Dresden"


External Workshop 29. April 2014

External Project-Workshop

Guest: Prof. Beate Krais


Annual Meeting of 4S 9.-12. October 2013

Panel at the Annual Meeting der Society for Social Studies of Science (4S)

San Diego, California, USA

Panel Abstract


External Workshop 22. November 2013

External Project-Workshop

Guest: Ph.D. Dagmar Lorenz-Meyer (Charles University Prague)


External Workshop 20.-21. June 2013

External Project-Workshop

Guest: Ph.D. Dagmar Lorenz-Meyer (Charles University Prague)


External Workshop 17./31. May 2013

External Project-Workshop

Guest: Dr. Jochen Gläser (TU Berlin, University of Manchester)


Conference-Session 28. Februar 2013

Session at the Conference of the Project "Gender inequality in professional careers from mathematicians and physicists inside and outside of conventional employment models" ("Geschlechterdisparitäten in Berufs-und Karriereverläufen von MathematikerInnen und PhysikerInnen innerhalb und außerhalb klassischer Beschäftigungsmodelle")

Session “genderDynamics. Professional Cultures and Research Organizations in Physics”

Dr. Martina Erlemann, Dipl. Phys. Grit Petschick, Prof. Dr. Elvira Scheich

28.02.-01.03.2013, Free University Berlin

 

Planned publication:

Langfeldt, Bettina/ Mischau, Anina (Hrsg.): Strukturen, Kulturen und Spielregeln. Faktoren erfolgreicher Berufsverläufe von Frauen und Männern in MINT, Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlag.


Kick-Off-Conference 22. November 2012

Kick-off-Conference “genderDynamics. Professional Cultures and Research Organizations in Physics”

Keynote lectures:

Prof. Sharon Traweek (Los Angeles, UCLA):
The anthropologist and historian Sharon Traweek is Professor at the History and Gender Studies Department of the University of California in Los Angeles. Her ethnographic work on professional and gender cultures in high-energy physics in the USA and Japan were groundbreaking for Science and Technology Studies.

Prof. Beate Krais (Berlin, TU Darmstadt):
Until her retirement Beate Krais was a Professor for Sociology at the TU Darmstadt. She did pioneering works about gender relations and academic cultures; among others, she carried out the first broad study about the professional situation of female physicists in Germany.

On Friday, 23 November a Working Conference takes place. If you´re interested, you are welcome to participate.

Location: Free University Berlin, Berlin

 

Program of the Kick-Off-Conference:

Program