International Meeting: Gender Perspectives in Scientific Research: Story, Epistemology and Networks

Virtual meeting. 23, 24 Y 25 November 2021



The gender approach in research, reveals a series of biases that have been reproduced historically in all scientific fields. Gender analyzes reveal the dominant androcentrism in science, in your practice, in their theories and conceptualizations, what questions are raised, how they are raised and how they are answered.
The critical approach to various aspects of knowledge is intended, knowledge and aspires that the revelation of examples of historical mutations and discriminations due to gender and sexuality issues forces a rethinking of the notions of genealogy, knowledge, tradition, genius.
Thematic areas:

- Contributions of women in scientific fields
- Gender biases in scientific theories and practices and proposals and strategies to overcome them.
- Historical process of incorporation of women into scientific communities
- Sociological analysis of the situation of women in different scientific disciplines.
- Gender perspective and epistemology.
- Proposals and strategies for overcoming androcentrism in the scientific field
- Thematic knowledge networks from a gender perspective, with special interest in Latin America.

scientific Comittee

Blazquez, Rule (National Autonomous University of Mexico)
Serrano Channels, Antonio (Complutense University of Madrid, Spain)
Estébanez, Maria Elina (NETWORKS Center, Argentina)
Arrow, Comfort (Sevilla University, Spain)
Garcia Dauder, But (Rey Juan Carlos University, Spain)
Gonzalez-Arnau, Stella (Hull University, UK)
Hagengruber, Ruth (Leitung Center for the History of Women Philosophers and Scientists. Paderborn University)
Hines, Sally (Sheffield University, UK)
Ibanez Martin, Rebeca (Instituto Meertens, KNAW)
Kandylaki, Agapi (Democritus University of Thrace, Greece)
Maffía, Diana (Buenos Aires' University, Argentina)
Perez Sedeño, Eulalia (CSIC, Spain)
Porroche Escudero, Ana (Lancaster University, UK)
Romero de Pablos, Ana (Higher Council for Scientific Research-CSIC)
Santesmases Navarro de Palencia, Maria Jesus (CSIC)
Torres, Obdulia (University of Salamanca)
The goods, Patricia (John Jay College, CUNY) 

National Committee

Alonso Puelles placeholder image, Andoni (Complutense University of Madrid, UCM)
Alonso, David (UCM)
Argyriou, Konstantinos (Superior Council of Scientific Investigations, CSIC)
Barahona. Maria Jose (UCM)
Corked, Ana Isabel (UCM)
Kiczkowski, Adriana (National University of Distance Education)
Latorre Ruiz, Enrique (University of Santiago de Compostela)
López, Santiago M. (University of Salamanca, USAL)
Ortega Arjonilla, Esther M. (Tufts University)
Roldan Baker, Concha (CSIC)
Sanchez Almendros, Lola
Toboso Martin, Mario (CSIC)
Wagner, Astrid (CSIC)
Txetxu Ausín (IFS-CSIC)

Plenary Conferences

Consuelo Arrow

Sevilla University

"Experience and discontinuity of university teachers (Spain 1918-1952)”

After almost fifty years of the presence of female students in Spanish universities, Some of the graduates began to teach in the Faculties where they had studied. At that time, like now, the itinerary in academic life was not easy. Factors beyond excellence in running performance were involved, of favorable conjunctures, the least, in any of the Chairs, personal desire to pursue a profession linked to teaching and learning, to specialization in a certain discipline, or even, of the first supports of those who had the ability to decide. None of these circumstances made it possible for, in the next almost four decades, a woman obtained one of the places that were obtained by opposition. And they tried, supported by such suitable merits, at least, like those of his classmates.

Diana Maffía

University of Buenos Aires / Gender Observatory in Justice

Epistemic Injustice and Sex-Generic Diversity: a case of transvesticide / transfemicide "

The concept of "epistemic injustice" elaborated by Miranda Fricker, both in its testimonial and hermeneutical variant, applied to the transvestite / trans population and their lack of access to justice, it is the other side of the concept of “epistemic affirmation” that from feminist epistemology is insistently demanded to go from the inclusion of women in androcentric institutions to the transformation of those institutions. Through the murder case of a transvestite activist, From the Observatory of Gender in Justice we accompany diversity organizations in the process of defining the crime by the group itself. In recognition of justice that it lacks the elements to properly understand the systemic vulnerability of transvestite lives, for the first time in that trial, a trans person was summoned as an expert witness, and the concept "transvesticide / transfemicide" elaborated by transvestite and transgender organizations was used in the ruling..

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