Student Bulletin

PhD Candidate Shreya Bhat publishes ethnographic work on Nigerian migrant women returning from Libya

March 6, 2023

PhD Candidate at our Department Shreya Bhat published the chapter "Fooled by a Mirage: Nigerian migrant women's 'voluntary' return from Libya and the IOM" in the book The Gender of Borders. Embodied Narratives of Migration, Violence and Agency. 

GENS recipients of the 2023 PhD awards

February 21, 2023

It Is our great pleasure to announce this year’s PhD award recipients at our Department.

Advanced PhD Award Recipients 2023: Olga KazakevichAngela Heredia Pineda

First-Year PhD Award Recipient 2023: Iva Radat

GENS Student Salma Yassine co-authors a chapter in the book Love and the Politics of Intimacy

February 13, 2023
Cover of Love and the Politics of Intimacy (2023)

Salma Yassine, our current student in the MA Critical Gender Studies program co-authored a book chapter titled "Liberating the Victorian politics of love through Jack the Lass and Anne Lister". The chapter was published by Bloomsbury Publishing in the book Love and the Politics of Intimacy (2023). 

GENS alumnae Izabella Agardi is shortlisted for the 2023 MSA First Book Award

February 6, 2023
Izabella Agárdi, On the Verge of History: The Life Stories of Rural Women in Serbia, Romania, and Hungary, 1920-2020

Izabella Agárdi's On the Verge of History: The Life Stories of Rural Women in Serbia, Romania, and Hungary, 1920-2020 is shortlisted for the 2023 Memory Studies Association First Book Award. Thirty monographs were nominated for the award, and the winner will be announced by the end of March 2023. The presentation of the best first book in memory studies published in 2021 and 2022 will be part of the program at the MSA Conference in Newcastle in July this year. The Department congratulates and wishes all the luck to our alumnae!