gender knowledge based on theory and contextualized experiences, with the will to change academic institutions and structures.
At the ICGR (28-29 of April 2022) Sara Diogo, Carina Jordão and Teresa Carvalho (University of Aveiro, Portugal), Sandra Karner and Julian Anslinger (IFZ, Austria), Hana Himi and Maya Ashkenazi (Beit Berl Academic College, Israel), organized a round table session to share stories and empirical data on "Resistance(s) to Gender Equality in Higher Education and Science Institutions". Jennifer Dahmen-Adkins and Andrea Wolffram (RWTH Aachen University, Germany) highlighted how "Conferencing as (Gendered) Networking Practice" are perceived by academics and researchers.
Carina Jordão, Sara Diogo and Teresa Carvalho (University of Aveiro, Portugal) presented a poster on a systematic literature review comprising "Enablers to Women's Participation in Decision-Making Processes and Positions".
Finally, Anita Thaler (IFZ, Austria) gave an example how gender can be put into research to fix the knowledge in her talk: Saving Lives with Gender Studies? Putting Technofeminism into Practice