men, masculinities and gender politics

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CFP: International Conference on Men and Masculinities, Turkey, 11-13 September

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1st International Conference on Men and Masculinities “Identities, Cultures, Societies”

11–13 September 2014, Izmir Turkey

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CFP: 38th National Conference on Men and Masculinity, Detroit, Michigan (USA), August 8th – 10th

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Hello Leaders, Colleagues and Comrades in Activism!

CFP: White Ribbon International Conference, Sydney, May 2013

White Ribbon is calling for papers for the inaugural White Ribbon International Conference to be held on 13-15 May 2013 in Sydney, Australia.

If you are interested in submitting a paper, please view the attached document and reply to events@whiteribbon.org.au by 5 February 2013.

Kind regards,

The White Ribbon Team

CFP: Global To Local: Preventing Men's Violence Against Women. Research, policy and practice in one space (Sydney, May 2013)

White Ribbon Australia is holding an international conference featuring key researchers, practitioners, policy makers, and activists from both national and international settings. The three-day international conference is titled: Global To Local: Preventing Men's Violence Against Women. Research, policy and practice in one space.
The conference is designed to engage a variety of stakeholders, including governments, international organisations, and community agencies in Australia, the Asia-Pacific region and further afield.

Conference: Engaging Men in Building Gender Equality (Wollongong, Australia, November 28-30, 2012)

The Centre for Research on Men and Masculinities (CROMM) is hosting a two-day conference titled Engaging Men in Building Gender Equality. The conference focuses on and seeks to advance efforts to address men’s roles in building gender equality.

Call for Papers - Eating like a 'man': Food and the performance and regulation of masculinities

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CALL FOR PAPERS - Special Issue - Women's Studies International Forum
Eating like a 'man': Food and the performance and regulation of masculinities
Guest Editors Meredith Nash, University of Tasmania; Michelle Phillipov, University of Tasmania

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Call for Stories: Men in the Movement

Do you want a guy you admire featured in the "Men in the Movement" social media series by International Planned Parenthood Federation/ Western Hemisphere Region?

With Father's Day coming up, we want to amplify your stories about men whose support, guidance, and commitment to social change is helping to build a better world.

Send a 500-800 word story to mvandeven@ippfwhr.org by June 1st that explains who he is and what he's done that's so special. (Include a photo if you can!) The stories we receive will be posted throughout June to our blog, Facebook, and Pinterest.

Participants needed for stag/bachelor/buck’s party research

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Participants are needed for research currently being undertaken into stag/ bachelor/ buck's party sex tourism. The research is seeking to explore the apparent relationship between the stag/bachelor/buck’s party and the paying for sex.
Any and all interview participants will be anonymous. Interviews will take place by telephone at a time that is convenient for you and only last about 20 – 30 minutes. Questions will explore your experiences, decision making and feelings about paying for sexual services on a stag party abroad and also about paying for sex in general.

CFP: Masculinities in a Global Era

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I am issuing a call for papers for an edited collection called Masculinities in a Global Era to be published in Springer’s International and Cultural Psychology book series: http://www.springer.com/series/6089

CFP: Rethinking Masculinity & Practices of Violence in Conflict Settings - Special Issue of International Feminist Journal of Politics

Thinking about masculinity, maleness and men has always had a place in the interdisciplinary fields of feminist, queer and gender studies. Discussion and debate about the relevance of masculinity as a shifting concept has recently been further developed in the fields of politics and International Relations (IR) where scholars have explicitly tried to address women’s experiences in relation to the persistence of the ‘man question’.

Despite this, masculinity in international politics remains somewhat amorphous. Research has tended to be disconnected, addressing particular wars or media events, rather than masculinity as an organising concept or its role across space and time in its historically variable forms.