This free, interdisciplinary event is aimed at PhD students and early career researchers across the social sciences.
The goal of the event is to explore the ways in which researchers are using feminist theory and motivations in current quantitative, empirical research across the social sciences, including sociology, economics, demography, social policy, psychology, health, and international relations. It is a chance for researchers to discuss and debate the possibilities of a quantitative, feminist social science, and to learn from each other’s successes and difficulties in integrating feminist theory with quantitative methods. As an outcome of the event, we aim to establish a research network for future collaboration and cross-disciplinary dialogue.
The day will consist of individual paper presentations, a methods troubleshooting session, and keynote speakers.