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The 1st Seminar on Gender Issues in Academia (CSEAS Colloquium for January 2017)

京都大学東南アジア地域研究研究所では、毎月コロキアムを開催しておりますが、1月は男女共同参画推進委員会の第1回セミナーとして下記の通り開催いたします。

事前登録などは必要ありませんので、お近くにお越しの際には是非ご参加ください。
なお、お子様連れでの参加をご希望の方は事前にご相談頂けましたら幸いです(shitara(a)cseas.kyoto-u.ac.jp)。


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The 1st Seminar on Gender Issues in Academia organized by the Gender Equality Committee of CSEAS, Kyoto University


DATE AND TIME: January 26 (Thur), 2016, 16:00-17:30
(CSEAS Colloquium for January 2017)

VENUE: Large Meeting Room, the 3rd floor, Inamori Foundation Memorial
Building, CSEAS
http://www.cseas.kyoto-u.ac.jp/access/

TITLE: Always Mainstreaming but never Mainstream: Feminists in Academia

SPEAKER: Dr. Sylvia Estrada-Claudio

COMMENTATOR: Dr. Hidefumi Hitokoto (Kokoro Research Center, Kyoto
University)

ABSTRACT:
The talk will cover my own experiences in trying to bring gender
perspectives to one academic institution: the University of the
Philippines. This will be my insights into my roles as professor of
the Department of Women and Development Studies, and former Director
of the UP Center for Gender and Women's Studies.

This involves different arenas of advocacy €”in the area of academic
teaching and scholarship, in the area of policy development and
implementation.

Finally, the paper will look at the engagement of women's studies
professors with the women's movement and how this enriches scholarship.

SPEAKER:
Dr. Sylvia Estrada-Claudio is a doctor of medicine who also holds a
PhD in Psychology. She is currently the Chairperson of the Department
of Women and Development Studies, College of Social Work and Community
Development, University of the Philippines. She was formerly Director
of the University of the Philippines Center for Women's Studies.

She is author 2 books, Rape Love and Sexuality: The Construction of
Woman in Discourse (UP Press, 2002) and €œAnd Then She Laughed:
Experiences in Counseling Women (Anvil Press, 2015). She is also a
regular columnist for Rappler, the Philippines€™ leading social and
news network.

Like most Filipinas, she is known to friends by a nickname, Guy.

Guy considers herself an activist and academic because she has spent
most of her life working in social movements. She is proudest of being
co-founder, and now Chair of the Board of Directors of Likhaan, an
organization working with grassroots women on issues of reproductive
and sexual health and rights.

Moderator: Narumi Shitara (CSEAS)

If you would like to attend this seminar with children, please contact
us in advance.
(shitara@cseas.kyoto-u.ac.jp)

This seminar is supported by the Future Development Funding Program of
Kyoto University Research Coordination Alliance and MEXT Research
Program Promoting the Study of Sustainable Humanoshpere in Southeast Asia.

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