Berlin History


Many educators from around_ Germany, Greece, Romania, UAE, South Africa, UK, Canada, Indonesia, Georgia, Qatar, Estonia and etc. _ the world participated in the conference. The participants got the chance to participate in fruitful conversations and impart their knowledge and experience. The sessions featured talks addressing significant issues and ground-breaking solutions in the areas of Gender Studies and Sexuality.

The conference was a great chance to share ideas, find inspiration, and get a deeper comprehension of the difficulties that educators confront as well as potential answers to those difficulties.

Virtual Session

Author Article Title Affiliation
Prof. Dr. Rut Lucas-Domínguez Department of History of Science and Information Science. School of Medicine and Dentistry. University of Valencia, Spain Gender gap in scientific research on cancer
Prof Dr. Éric Feugé Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM),Canada Adoptive gay father families : a longitudinal study of children’s peer victimization and socioemotional adjustment at early adolescence
Dr. Thomas Wilke IU International University of Applied Sciences, Germany Sexual values and lifestyles among young people from Berlin’s precarious working class milieus. Findings of a qualitative interview research
Dr. Ly Tran Thi Phuong Saigon University, Vietnam Modern Prose Works of Vietnamse Women Writers from the Perspective of Feminist Stylistics
gender studies conference Dr. Dale Dhersen Moodley Stellenbosch University,South Africa Signifying practices of listening in a South African university classroom: psychoanalysis, music and sexual subjectivity
Dr. Olga O’Toole Institute of English Studies, Jagiellonian University in Kracow, Poland Discursive Transformations of Sex in the Polish Online Sphere
Dr. Michael Kehler University of Calgary,Canada Off the Field: Examining Sporty Boys as Allies Disrupting Normative Masculinities
gender studies conference Dr. Abdelnacer Ben Abderrezak University of Mohamed Khider, Biskra: Algeria/Department of English, Laboratory: (ISILC)
Arab Dystopian Impulse and Homosexual Configurations in Saleem Haddad’s Guapa
gender studies conference Dr. Shiho Hansen Sámi Norwegian National Advisory Unit for Mental Health and Substance Use, Finnmark Hospital Trust,Norway Mediation Analysis on Perceptions and Behaviors on Early Fertility among Indigenous Young Women in Guatemala
Dr. Seline Keating Dublin City University,Ireland Putting the ‘SASS’ into LGBTI+ Inclusive Schools: An Evaluation of the Safe and Supportive Schools Toolkit
Dr. Christina Hicks-Goldston Austin Peay State University,USA Proceeding with Caution: An Analysis of Tennessee Women After Roe v. Wade
Dr. Haneen Ali Haleem University of Babylon,Iraq Evaluating Women Emancipation and Empowerment in the Academic Community: The University of Babylon as a Case Study
Dr. Kim R. Sylwander Malmö University,Sweden Sexual Consent in Young People’s Digital Communication Practices
Mrs. Khadija Karimi Adyan university,Afghanistan The situation of Afghan Women under the Taliban regime(2021_2022)
Mr.  Markus van Niekerk Riga Stradins University,Latvia Female Masturbation Practices Among Different Populations and Age Groups
Mr. Daniel Appiah Gyekye PURDUE UNIVERSITY NOTHWEST,Ghana The Portrayal of Ghanaian Women on Religious Digital Platforms.
Mrs. Linda Catalina Villamarín Universidad de Sevilla, Spain The menstrual cycle within the academy. The influence of academic spaces on the development of female cycles.
Ms. Roghaiyeh Ranji Shahgoli University of Qom,Iran Fridays for future movement include LGBTQ people; what was recorded distantly?
Ms. Kumari Ruchi Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India Comprehending the Need of Sexuality Studies: An Analysis of Geetanjali Shree’s The Roof Beneath Their Feet
Ms. Amelyn Laro International Sustainable Development,Germany Teach for Gender Equality Project: An input to Gender Sensitive Curriculum in the Philippine Basic Education System.
Mr. Semih Yararoglu Yeditepe University,Turkey Whatever Singularity: Queering the ‘Quodlibet’ in The Well of Loneliness and Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit
Ms. Arpita Wadhwa Ashoka University,India Starved and Slender: Unpacking the Defining Role of Gender in India’s Nutritional Outcomes
Ms. Hanane Benchama University of Strathclyde, Glasgow,UK Sexual Violence Against Women During The Algerian Civil War
Mrs. Namayanja Fahimat POWER MINDS YOUTH ORGANISATION,Uganda Gender Discrimination and Performance in the Workplace
Mrs. Karla Steffens Coe College,USA Religious Freedom Bans on LGBTQIA+ Adoption
Ms. Wirunphat Manitsorasak College of Population Studies, Chulalongkorn University,Thailand Cohort replacement effects in attitudinal change in tolerance of homosexual couples in Thailand
Mr. José Baptista Institute of Social and Political Sciences, University of Lisbon,Portugal Comparing the Levels of Unemployment, Precarity and Decent Work between Trans and Cis People in Portugal
Mrs. Joyce Aparecida Pires Paulista State University – Faculty of Philosophy and Sciences,Brazil “Never feminist enough”: gender justice and lutheran women in Brazil
Mr.Robin Ladwig University of Canberra, Australia ‘The problem is not that we are trans’: Work Experience of Transgender and Gender-Diverse People in the Australian Organisational Context
Ms. Wei Song Beijing Normal University-Hong Kong Baptist University United International College,China Explore Sexual Scripts in Sex Comics Distributed in China: A Content Analysis
Ms. Marion Bartl University College Dublin Defining Gender-Inclusive Language: Resistance, Reform and Re-Imagining
Mr. Bholanath Das KIIT (Deemed to be University) Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India Representation of Indigenous Women and Environment Sustainability in Selected Works of Mahasweta Devi
Mr. Pedro Vidigal NOVA School of Social Sciences and Humanities,Portugal The history of (homo)sexuality under a Queer Marxist lens: reflections on sexual hegemony, family abolition and Portuguese LGBTQ movements
Ms. Caitlin O’Keeffe York University,Canada Spaces of Discomfort: Photographic Depictions of Domestic Violence in Visual Culture
Ms. Malini Sheoran University of Edinburgh,UK From Eden to Ecofeminism: Tracing the Evolution of the Pear as a Symbol of Female Sexuality and Power in Women’s Literature
gender studies conference MSC. Jordan Donovan University of Glasgow, UK You Don’t Have to Understand me to Respect Me: A Qualitative Exploration of Wellbeing Among Queer, Nonbinary and Gender-Questioning Youth of Colour
MSC. Alexandre Almeida University of Aveiro,Portugal Bears Masculinities in Lisbon: Analysis of Public Profiles from Growlr
Elisa Fauth Motta Centre for History of the University of Lisbon,Portugal The kids and the nation: medical discourses about maternity and child health (Portugal, 1930s)
Corinna Canali Berlin University of the Arts/Weizenbaum Institut Berlin,Germany A Visual Ethnography of Normative Censorship of Gender and Sexual Expression in Online Content Moderation
Romane Frecheville-Faucon BETA- University of Strasbourg,France Measuring women’s economic independence beyond the household
Rima Qayed University of Amsterdam,Netherlands Grief, Temporality, and Toxic Masculinity: Queer Representation in Mrs. Dalloway
Cecilia Heil Utrecht University,Netherlands Imagined, Felt, Materialised: Types of Violence surrounding Queer Bathroom Use
Gabrielle Comtois Université du Québec à Montréal,Canada Racialized adolescents of gay adoptive fathers’ relations with peers in school settings
Brittney Monique Walker The New School,USA The Black Church is Complicit in Perpetuating Colonial Patriarchy