Sharing Research and Practice Event
Thanks to everyone who attended and contributed to the Sharing Research and Practice event this February, it was an inspirational event with thought provoking contributions, performances and discussions. We hope to do future events and will keep you in the loop with further information when we have it available. A full report on the event will follow on our blog soon! For those that attended please make sure you have completed the feedback form here.
Small Projects Fund Announcement
We have a further six awards of up to £500 to issue to small projects that meet the aims of the network and are linked with one of the CHASE institutions. Full details are available on our website here: https://chasefeministnetwork.wordpress.com/small-projects-fund/
Keep in Touch!
We have created a Facebook Group where people can meet and exchange contact details, share upcoming events that are of interest: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2079905015420276/
You can also follow us on twitter: @ChaseFeminist
Next Organising Meeting
This will be in Central London (location TBC) the end of March/beginning of April please email us firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to attend and we will update you once we have a date confirmed.
Upcoming Network Events
A few of the small projects are already starting up! Please see here for the initial events, and keep an eye on our blog and twitter for further information:
Reading Group – Identity and Cultural Production in Diaspora The Feminist and Queer Diaspora Studies working group aims to create a supportive and collaborative pedagogical space to engage with feminist and queer approaches to diaspora studies and diasporic organizing. Details of the next meeting, 10th April, are here https://chasefeministnetwork.wordpress.com/2019/03/13/fqd-reading-group-diaspora-space-mappings-black-geographies/
Feminist Approaches to Computational Technology Network The first network forum has taken place and there will be further events to follow, please find further details of who to contact and upcoming reading groups and meetings please check: http://fact.network/
In addition there is a CHASE workshop on Gender (In)equality in the Historical Professions which may be of interest, full details here: https://www.chase.ac.uk/gender-inequality-historical-professions
Please let us know if there is anything you would like us to share with the network. We look forward to hearing from you and working with you all in future!
All the best
The CHASE Feminist Network Organising Committee