Workshop: Gender Dimension in Research
Integrating Sex, Gender, and Intersectional Analysis into Research Design
The Gendered Innovations website introduces researchers, engineers, senior academic staff, public and private funders, editors of peer-reviewed journals, and stakeholders in science to sex and gender analysis as determiners of quality of results and outcomes in research and innovation. The mission of Gendered Innovations is to explain how and why sex- and gender-related issues influence research and innovation decisions when setting priorities, designing studies, communicating results. The purpose of this training workshop is to connect sex and gender analysis with intersectional variables such as age, ethnicity, race, etc. and also to show that such analyses apply also to non-human subjects. This workshop is a response to the European Commission’s Horizon Europe’ new policy stating that “the integration of the gender dimension will be a requirement by default in research and innovation content across the whole programme, unless its nonrelevance is duly justified In addition to sex and gender, researchers will also be expected to take into account “intersecting factors” such as ethnicity, disability and sexual orientation as part of this push.
Each speaker will talk for 10 minutes with 10 minutes of discussion after each talk. This workshop prioritizes discussion with participants.
1. Londa Schiebinger, John L. Hinds Professor of History of Science, Stanford University
Director, EU/US Gendered Innovations in Science, Health & Medicine, Engineering, and Environment
Title: Gendered Innovations: Newest Developments, Tech Case Studies, Methods, and Policy
2. Mathias Wullum Nielsen, Associate Professor Department of Sociology, University of Copenhagen
Title: Gender-Related Variables for Health Research
3. Elena Gissi, PhD, Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University, USA; National Research Council, Institute of Marine Science (CNR ISMAR), Italy
Title: Getting things right: Analyzing Sex to Understand Marine Organisms’ Response to Climate Change
4. Hannah Jones, PhD, Teaching Instructor, Hasso Plattner Institute of Design, Stanford University
Title: Intersectional Design Cards
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