The project is coordinated by Marcella Corsi and Carlo D’Ippoliti and carried out in partnership with the Foundation for European Progressive Studies (http://www.feps-europe.eu). It aims to deepen our knowledge of gender issues in the socio-economic domain through a multi-disciplinary and progressive approach. Such an endeavor is especially timely for two reasons. On the one hand, since the crisis of 2008 the position and role of women has considerably changed, and continues to do so in ways that require much more investigation. On the other hand, the crisis – which is not just financial and not fully over yet – offers invaluable opportunities for radical change, including the potential to advance equality for women and men.
SEMINAR: February 6th 2018, h. 11:00, Eurydice Fotopoulou, The role of gender equality in a sustainable development strategy.
SEMINAR: February 15th 2018, h. 16:00, Valeria Cirillo, Marcella Corsi, Carlo D’Ippoliti, “Gender, class and the crisis”
SEMINAR: May 28th 2018, h. 10:30, Giulia Porino, Adam Chalmers, “Banking on gender diversity: A statistical analysis of the determinants of diversity in bank’s boardrooms”
PANEL: June 19th 2018, IAFFE conference, SUNY New Paltz (USA) “Bodies and markets: Ethical arguments and choices”
PRESENTATION: July 5th 2018, 20th Anniversary Conference of the Association for Heterodox Economics, De Montfort University, Leicester (UK), Fabrizio Botti, Marcella Corsi, “The populist policy of decency as a post-68 governance model of the economic crisis in Italy”
PRESENTATION: September 28th 2018, 24th Conference of the EuroMemo Group , University of Helsinki (Finland), Fabrizio Botti, Marcella Corsi, “Gender and populism”
PRESENTATION: October 8th 2018, conference “Endangered Bodies. Representing and Policing the Body in Western Culture” , University of Lisbon (Portugal), Marcella Corsi, Giulia Zacchia, “What Does the #MeToo Campaign Reveal? Different Reactions among EU Countries”,