Join us online for an hour of discussion and insight into research on women and gender.
18:00 - 19:00
Lectures, talks and seminars
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Tracey, Marco and Tugce talk about their research on women and gender studies.
Join us at 18:00 (BST) on Monday 19 April to watch and listen live to three of our academics discuss their current research.
Learn how women’s emotional wellbeing and relationship to their bodies have changed over the years. Discover about women’s experiences of having a partner in prison for committing violent crimes. And explore with us whether there is a direct impact on women reaching high-pay ranks in companies and organisations.
Professor Tracey Loughran from our Department of History will discuss her research into women's psychological, emotional and bodily health in Britain, c. 1960-1990. In the post-war period, women were expected to lead very different lives to those of their mothers and grandmothers. But in what ways did these shifts alter women’s emotional wellbeing and relationship to their bodies?
Professor Marco Francesconi from our Department of Economics will pose the question: do generous parental leave policies help top female earners? Marco's research investigates parental leave which is viewed as a policy to help support womens' careers around childbirth. But does it help women to reach top positions in the upper pay rank of their firms?
Tugce Dolen is a doctoral student in our School of Health and Social Care. Her current research focuses on women’s experiences of partner imprisonment for violent crimes. Tugce will discuss her research and her experience of being a postgraduate student at Essex.
We hope you will be able to join us, but in the meantime, if you have any questions about the event or about studying at Essex, get in touch.