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Dear All,

Apologies for cross-posting.

BSA Early Career Forum One-Day Symposium: Early Career Feminist Academics' Experiences of the Academy

16th April (Saturday): 10am - 4pm

University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK

Day to explore the experiences of early career, feminist scholars across the disciplines in a changing and increasingly neoliberal academy.  It is a chance for scholars - particularly those at the early career stage - to meet to network and share research, ideas, and experiences in this area.  Presentations will be given by early career scholars and by our keynote, Professor Yvette Taylor (University of Strathclyde).  Lunch and refreshments provided.  For more information, booking, and convenor contact details please see here: bit.ly/1ZGp8rG <https://t.co/RWbrqdHdo7> .

With best wishes,

Rachel Thwaites and Amy Pressland



Dr. Rachel Thwaites
Research Fellow

Health Services Management Centre, University of Birmingham, 40 Edgbaston Park Road, Birmingham, B15 2RT, UK

Forthcoming publications: Thwaites, R. (forthcoming 2017). Making a Choice or Taking a Stand? Choice Feminism, Political Engagement, and the Contemporary Feminist Movement, Feminist Theory.

Thwaites et al. (early view 5th October 2015) 'Room for One More? A review of the literature on 'inappropriate' admissions to hospital for older people in the English NHS', Health and Social Care in the Community.

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