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In the summers of 2013 and 2014, we had the opportunity to reconvene with some of the York workshop participants as well as meet up with a wider group of ‘gender and EU’ scholars at the University of Surrey’s Centre for Research on the European Matrix, with the financial support of the UK Economic and Social Research Council’s Partnership and Networking...
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In a 2004 ‘Sociologists for Women in Society Feminist Lecture,’ feminist sociologist Barbara Risman contended that ‘perhaps the most important question a critical scholar must ask is, What mechanisms are currently constructing inequality and how can these be transformed to create a more just world?’ (p. 445). She went on to emphasize that a concern with...
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Gill AllwoodAn earlier version of this work was published in European Integration Online Papers, Volume 18 (2014), Special Issue 1, Article 6.
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Petra Ahrens and Anne-Charlott CallerstigThe authors thank their colleagues from the Swedish Tema Likabehandling, the Gender-CoP secretariat and the German Agency for Gender Equality within the ESF, without whose help this chapter would not have been possible.
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Lut Mergaert and Emanuela LombardoThis chapter was previously published in European Integration online Papers, Volume 18 (2014), Special Issue 1, Article 5. The content in this chapter has been edited.
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Sara ReisI thank the editors of this volume, Heather MacRae and Elaine Weiner, for their helpful feedback on this chapter.
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Among the core inspirations for this book has been our revelation—though we certainly were not the first to have it—that many feminist scholars draw on new institutionalist (NI) theory but do not recognize themselves as (new) ‘institutionalists’ (Driscoll and Krook 2009). Moreover, in a number of recent works on gender and the European Union (EU), we have...
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Gill Allwood is Professor of Gender Politics at Nottingham Trent University (England) and author of French Feminisms (UCL 1998), Women and Politics in France (Routledge 2000, with K. Wadia), Gender and Policy in France (Palgrave Macmillan 2009, with K. Wadia), and Refugee Women in Britain and France (Manchester University Press 2010, with K. Wadia). She has also published a...
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Why do institutions and international organisations continue to affect the daily lives of women and men (and different groups of women and men) differently? Why do institutions often reproduce or exacerbate patterns of disadvantage and discrimination, even when formally espousing ideals of equality? As well as seeking to expose the rules, norms and practices through which institutions produce...
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