JOB POSTING: Assistant Professor in Gender and Globalisation

September 20, 2018

Assistant Professor in Gender and Globalisation

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  • London, United Kingdom
 Assistant Professor in Gender and Globalisation
Job description

LSE is committed to building a diverse, equitable and truly inclusive university

Gender Studies

Assistant Professor in Gender and Globalisation

Salary is no less than £54,984 per annum (pay award pending) and the salary scale can be found on the LSE website

The Department of Gender Studies (formerly known as the Gender Institute) was established in 1993 to address the major intellectual challenges posed by contemporary changes in gender relations. This remains a central aim of the Department today, which is the largest research and teaching unit of its kind in Europe. In our research and teaching we aim to combine theory and practice with an interdisciplinary and transnational perspective.

We are looking to recruit an Assistant Professor with outstanding research potential (see below) to teach on our MSc programme in Gender, Development & Globalisation. The successful candidate will join a team providing postgraduate teaching to students from an interdisciplinary range of backgrounds. They will also be expected to conduct and publish outstanding quality research. In addition to teaching on the MSc programme in Gender Development & Globalisation the successful candidate will also supervise dissertations and PhD students, contribute to team-taught courses in interdisciplinary gender theories, epistemologies and methodologies, or other courses as directed. You will contribute actively to the life of the Department, enjoy working as part of a team, and possess the ability to adapt to its varying demands.

Candidates should have, and be able to demonstrate in their applications, expertise and research interests in one or more of the following areas:

  • Political economy approaches to gender, development and globalisation
  • Theorizing policy and practice
  • Inequality within and between countries
  • Migration
  • Labour markets; work and employment
  • Health
  • Education
  • Poverty
  • Social movements and collective action

You will need to have a completed PhD, or be close to obtaining a PhD, in social sciences by the post start date; a track record or trajectory of internationally excellent publications; a clear, well developed and viable strategy for future outstanding research that has the potential to result in world-leading publications; training and experience with mixed (qualitative-quantitative) research methods. An area focus on Africa, the Middle East or South East Asia is desirable but not essential.  The ability to teach at postgraduate level is required and experience in teaching gender, development & globalisation at Master’s level is desirable.

The other criteria that will be used when shortlisting for this post can be found on the person specification, which is attached to this vacancy on the LSE’s online recruitment system.

In addition to a competitive salary the benefits that come with this job include an occupational pension scheme, a research incentive scheme with personal reward options, generous research leave (sabbatical) entitlement, a collegial faculty environment and excellent support, training and development opportunities.

For further information about the post, please see the how to apply documentjob description and the person specification.

To apply for this post, please go to www.lse.ac.uk/LSEJobsIf you have any technical queries with applying on the online system, please use the “contact us” links at the bottom of the LSE Jobs page. Should you have any queries about the role, please email Professor Clare Hemmings, c.hemmings@lse.ac.uk

The closing date for receipt of applications is 31 October 2018 (23.59 UK time). Regrettably, we are unable to accept any late applications.

Areas of Research
  • Social Sciences
  • International Relations & Foreign Policy
  • Gender Studies

Congratulations Alex Payette on being awarded the Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship!

August 15, 2018

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We are proud to announce that Alex Payette has been awarded the prestigious Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship.

The Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships program provides funding to the very best postdoctoral applicants, both nationally and internationally, who will positively contribute to the country’s economic, social and research-based growth.

Alex Payette will be working with Professor Ito Peng at the University of Toronto.

Please read more about Alex’s research here and view the other recipients of the Banting postdoctoral fellowship here.


The Second Global Carework Summit- CALL FOR PAPERS

July 19, 2018

The Second Global Carework Summit
June 9-11, 2019
Toronto, Ontario
 
CALL FOR PAPERS
The Carework Network is organizing a three-day conference to bring together carework researchers from across disciplines and across the globe.

The 
Carework Network is an international organization of scholars and advocates who focus on the caring work of individuals, families, communities, paid caregivers, social service agencies and state bureaucracies. Care needs are shifting globally with changing demographics, disability movements, and climate change driven environmental crises. Our mission is to address critical issues related to carework, such as how identities influence carework; how inequality structures carework; how caring work is recognized and compensated; how state policies influence the distribution of care; working conditions of care; and whether and to what extent citizens have a right to receive, and a right to provide, care.  Scholars and advocates working on issues related to elder care, child care, health care, social work, education, political theory of care, social reproduction, work/family, disability studies, careworker health and safety, and related issues are encouraged to submit proposals.
 
The Carework Network welcomes submissions from all academic disciplines, advocacy and non-profit organizations, and public and private sector organizations. We also encourage participation by undergraduate and graduate students. We invite proposals for papers, fully-constituted panels, or workshops.
 
Authors and organizers should submit a proposal of their paper, panel, or workshop to carework.network@gmail.com (by e-mail only) no later than December 1, 2018.
 
1.     Individual paper submissions should include title, names and contact information for author(s), and an abstract of 300 words maximum;
2.     Fully constituted panel proposals should include a general title/theme, contact information for the organizer, and title, author, contact information, and abstract (300 words maximum) for each paper.
3.     Workshop proposals should include a title/theme, 300 word abstract, and names and contact information for all participants.
 
Decisions regarding acceptances should be made by January 31, 2019.
Questions about the Global Summit may be directed to carework.network@gmail.com

Presented by the Carework Network in collaboration with

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and the
“Changing Places: unpaid work in public spaces Project” at, Department of Sociology, Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, York University, Canada
 
Funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
 
 
 
Co-sponsored in part by (more to come):
 
Department of Sociology, University of Toronto at Mississauga
Center for Women & Work, University of Massachusetts-Lowell
The College of Liberal Arts, Rollins College
Centre for Aging Research and Education, York University
Asian Institute, Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto
Department of Sociology, University of Connecticut
 
For more information: https://www.uml.edu/Research/CWW/carework/carework-network/

CALL FOR PAPERS DEADLINE | 15 AUGUST 2018

July 18, 2018

CALL FOR PAPERS DEADLINE | 15 AUGUST 2018

Love’s Labour’s Cost?
Asian Migration, Intimate Labour and the Politics of Gender
This conference is organised by Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore, and supported by Gender, Migration and the Work of Care Project at Center for Global Social Policy, University of Toronto, Canada.

DATE : 3-4 December 2018

VENUE : Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore
               ARI Seminar Room, AS8 Level 4
              10 Kent Ridge Crescent, Singapore 119260

WEBSITE: https://ari.nus.edu.sg/Event/Detail/797cf155-11d6-4edb-aa14-ed73678fb35f

Disrupting the hypermasculine framing of migration as smooth, undifferentiated circulations of capital worldwide requires scholars to repopulate our geographies of imagination with people—the intimate, fleshy, and quotidian day-to-day experiences of migrants. Contemporary Asian migration is often characterized by the movement of people both within and across nation-state borders for the sake of labour and for love. Some migrants move in order to fill the demand for corporeal and intimate labour in sectors that require “the work of tending” (Boris & Parreñas, 2010)—as nannies, nurses, hospitality workers, caregivers, serving staff, domestic workers, and beauty salon staff. Other migrants seek to pursue romance, enter into marriage, and form, support, and sustain new families, hence fostering or refashioning relational ethics of care in the enactment of intimate labour in less explicitly remunerated and more loosely organized ways. This workshop acknowledges the multiple and simultaneous subjectivities of migrants—nurses who are also mothers and lovers, foreign brides who moonlight in informal sectors, beer sellers who may concomitantly be students, sex workers, and filial family members, and construction workers who are sons engaging in acts of transnational filial piety.

Intimate labour generally entails an element of touch, although mediated intimacies that resonate across physical distances are also increasingly recognized (Attwood, Hakim, & Winch, 2017); it often encodes some form of inalienability, reciprocity, and mutuality (Lynch, 2007); and characterizes the ways in which love, affect, service, and care accrue various forms of value, both economic and otherwise (Kim, 2015; Yeoh, Chee, & Vu, 2014).  In order to fully understand the processes of global restructuring—including broader patterns of gender and family relations, the rise of intimate industries (Parreñas, Thai, & Silvey, 2016), and the transnational organization of work—the intimate as a site of analysis is critical (Chang & Ling, 2010), particularly since the commodification of intimacy is now at a scale and scope that is historically unprecedented (Parreñas et al., 2016). The intimate and the global constitute and relate to one another (Choo, 2016): while these scales should not be collapsed, they should be reflexively recognized as “epistemological assertions to know the same world” instead of as pre-given and inherent categorizations (Mountz & Hyndman, 2006, p. 447).  The term “intimate labor” is analytically distinct from broader understandings of reproductive labour, emotional labour (Hochschild, 1983), and affective labour (Mankekar & Gupta, 2016), although it often encompasses elements of all three theoretical foci.

Intimate labour is also feminized (and often classed): the maintenance, tending, and nurturance of the body as well as the heart is seen as women’s work, whether such labour is explicitly remunerated or not. However, in addition to engendering encounters that may act to shore up or destabilize the boundaries of socioeconomic class,  intimate labour often serves to replicate gendered binaries, it can also be the site for a relational refashioning of masculinities and femininities, particularly through the contestation of identity politics in the wake of shifts wrought by changes in broader patterns of migration within Asia and beyond (Yeoh, 2016). The reinforcing and/or refiguring of gendered identities are often intertwined with and expressed through intimate forms of labour carried out in emotionally taxing, mutually constitutive, and relational ways (Ward, 2010), with the body itself potentially dissolving as a bounded and discrete entity through the relational ethics of intercorporeality (Fritsch, 2010).

To extend existing feminist theories about migration, labour, value, gender, and intimacy, this workshop calls for papers that commingle the intimate labour that people enact across the apparent divisions of their public and private lives, instead of analyzing migration in terms of separate and hostile domains of work and love, or money and affection (Zelizer, 2009). It is especially interested in work in migratory contexts that percolates around the relational fashioning of masculine and feminine subjectivities as examined through the lens of intimate labour, especially if such work takes into account intersectional dynamics such as age, generation, ethnicity, nationality, class, and race. Questions to be addressed include but are not limited to the following:

  • How can our understandings of “intimate labour” be sharpened through an analytical focus on the ways that it interweaves conventionally distinguished categories of work and love, or labour migration and marriage migration?
  • What is the value of reading the “intimate” into existing sectors of service-oriented migrant labour?
  • How can notions of “intimate labour” interrogate our ideas of migrant labour, value and exchange, particularly at the intersections of emotion, affect, love, capital, and money?
  • How are masculinities, femininities, sexualities, and class disparities repositioned, fashioned, and challenged at the site of migrants’ “intimate labour(s)”? How can the idea of “intimate labour” help us to re-examine ideas of performance, embodiment, and authenticity?
  • How can a focus on the relationality of care, intimacy and love be used to productively sharpen our conceptualization of migrant’s “intimate labour”?
  • How do mediated intimacies, info-communication technologies and other technologies that foster simultaneity and immediacy across distance reshaped what constitutes “intimate labor”? What is the effect of introducing technologies that act as assistive devices or tools in the intercorporeal work of care?
  • How can a focus on “intimate labours” reconfigure our notions of the ethics of care migration

SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS
Paper abstracts should be submitted by 15 August 2018. Submissions should include a title, an abstract of 250-350 words (with sufficient details of the significance of the research question(s), conceptual framing, methodological route and key findings), a brief biography (maximum of 100 words) including name, institutional affiliation, and email contact. Draft papers of 6,000 to 7,000 words are due on 5 November 2018.

Please note that only previously unpublished papers or those not already committed elsewhere can be accepted. The organisers plan to publish a special issue or edited volume with selected papers presented in this conference. By participating in the conference you agree to participate in the future publication plans (usually a journal special issue) if your paper is selected for inclusion.

The organisers will provide hotel accommodation for three nights and/or a contribution towards airfare for accepted paper participants (one author per paper). Please submit your abstract, using the provided paper proposal form to Ms Kellynn Wee at arikwj@nus.edu.sg and Ms Sharon Ong at arios@nus.edu.sg by 15 August 2018. Notifications of acceptance will be sent out by end-August 2018.

CONFERENCE CONVENORS
Dr Theodora Lam
Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore
E | arilcft@nus.edu.sg

Prof Ito Peng
Centre for Global Social Policy, University of Toronto, Canada
E | itopeng@chass.utoronto.ca

Prof Denise Spitzer
School of Public Health, University of Alberta, Canada
E | spitzer@ualberta.ca

Ms Kellynn Wee
Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore
E | arikwj@nus.edu.sg

 


Invitation to submit paper proposal to International Conference: Old Bonds, New Ties: Understanding family transitions in Re-partnerships, Remarriages and Stepfamilies in Asia (19-20 November 2018, Singapore)

May 15, 2018

CFP | Old Bonds, New Ties: Understanding Family Transitions in Re-partnerships, Remarriages and Stepfamilies in Asia
Date:19 Nov 2018 – 20 Nov 2018
Venue:Asia Research Institute, Seminar Room
AS8 Level 4, 10 Kent Ridge Crescent, Singapore 119260
National University of Singapore @ KRC

CALL FOR PAPERS (EXTENDED DEADLINE: 15 MAY 2018)

The challenges of sustaining an economically productive population amidst declining marriage and fertility rates and an ageing population has seen Asian societies bolstering the institutions of marriage and the family ideologically and nation-states concomitantly implementing a wide variety of family-oriented policies. The dominant emphasis on a decontextualized nuclear family, however, has distorted experiences of alternative family structures and understandings of them, particularly in the case of stepfamilies, which closely resemble conventional first-time families but deal with more complex family transitions such as a prior couple dissolution and re-partnership/remarriage. In public discourses in Asia, traditional values have reinforced the stigma around re-partnering and the dangers associated with it including the abuse of children in stepfamilies. Yet, in other instances, re-partnerships and remarriages are sought as a pragmatic option to overcome dire economic conditions and family instability, and reintegrating into mainstream society. Despite its increasing prevalence, particularly over the last two decades, scholarship on re-partnerships, remarriages and stepfamilies in Asia remains limited and underdeveloped.

Do re-partnerships and remarriages necessarily entail the creation of new kinship ties? Does divorce signal the rupture of family bonds or only the death of a legal relationship? How do the simultaneous existence of ‘old’ bonds and ‘new’ ties in blended families reshape the family? Insights into understanding re-partnerships, remarriages and stepfamilies could on one hand, empirically and conceptually account for shifts in family processes in terms of individual well-being outcomes, intra and extra-familial relationship dynamics as well as inform law, public policy, while on the other, illuminate the relevance of locating these changes within culturally specific contexts of collectivism, communitarianism and familism in Asia. In so doing, it challenges dominant notions of familial relationships as ‘natural’, ‘private’ or ‘universal’ and acknowledge the family as a site of social and political intervention and transformation that engenders social and economic inequality in society. Moreover, it also helps push theorizing beyond a simplistic binary view of family units as either valued resources or deficits. A cross-cultural or cross-national comparison would be vital in understanding differences in remarriage and stepfamily patterns and dynamics not just between Asian and Western contexts but also within Asia where broader social categories including class, race and gender, religion and historicity intersect and (re)produce differentially resourced families and individuals in various national contexts.

This conference welcomes empirical and theoretical discussions using quantitative, qualitative and mixed-methods from multiple disciplines on re-partnership, remarriage and stepfamilies in East Asia, Southeast Asia and South Asia. The following list includes, but does not limit, topics we expect papers to address around these themes:

  • Adult and children well-being outcomes (i.e. physical, cognitive, emotional, educational)
  • Transitions in family processes – changes in familial relationships, caregiving, family roles and family boundaries
  • Socio-cultural attitudes
  • Social support amongst extra-familial institutions and actors
  • Role of the state, laws and public policies
  • Impact of demographic transitions including migration, declining marriage and fertility rates etc.
  • Conceptual and methodological issues: conceptual frameworks and paradigms, multiple sources of data and methodological approaches

SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS

Submissions should include a title, an abstract of no more than 250 words and a brief biography including name, institutional affiliation, and email contact. Please note that only previously unpublished papers or those not already committed elsewhere can be accepted. The organizers plan to publish a special issue with selected papers presented in this conference. By participating in the conference you agree to participate in the future publication plans (special issue/journal) of the organizers. The organizers will provide hotel accommodation for three nights and a contribution towards airfare for accepted paper participants (one author per paper).

Please submit your proposal to Ms Tay Minghua at minghua.tay@nus.edu.sg by 15 May 2018. Notifications of acceptance will be sent out in end May 2018.

CONTACT DETAILS

Conference Convenors

Dr Lavanya Balachandran
Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore
E | arilb@nus.edu.sg

Prof Yeung Wei-Jun Jean
Asia Research Institute, Centre for Family and Population Research, and Department of Sociology, National University of Singapore
E | ariywj@nus.edu.sg

Secretariat

Ms TAY Minghua
Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore
E | minghua.tay@nus.edu.sg

CONTACT PERSON(S)

Minghua TAY


LAST CALL FOR NEW SCHOLARS writing stipend $3000 Gender, Migration and the Work of Care

May 10, 2018

Call for Proposals
Gender, Migration and the Work of Care
A Research Project supported by the
Social Sciences Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC)
Center for Global Social Policy, Department of Sociology, University of Toronto

New Scholar Associate Program

The Gender, Migration, and the Work of Care project is pleased to announce funding opportunities for new scholars working in areas connected with its foci. The overall project consists of eight interconnected multi-national research initiatives directed toward investigating how the (re-)organization of care is influencing global migration of care workers, and what this means for gender inequalities, social developments, and global governance. These research initiatives examine the social, cultural, and political construction of care; social, economic, and political conditions that are affecting the demand for care and the supply of care workers, and; the living and working conditions of migrant care workers. For information about each project, visit the CGSP website (www.cgsp.ca/resesarch).

We are now accepting applications for New Scholar Associates. The program will provide support to exceptional new scholars conducting research relevant to at least one of the eight subprojects. Up to five applicants will be accepted for 2017-2018. Successful New Scholar Associate applicants will receive a one-time $3,000 writing stipend (to be paid in two installments) to support the advancement and mobilization of their research. They will also have opportunities to work and network with Canadian and international scholars in the field and to gain experience by interacting with policy and NGO community partners. Finally, the program will disseminate their research outcomes to expert and general audiences through various channels such as CGSP workshop presentations and CGSP social media postings and profiles.

Program Responsibilities:

The New Scholar Associates Program offers writing stipends to recent PhD graduates in the social sciences or humanities. The stipends are aimed at supporting the development and completion of academic presentations and publications based on a working paper prepared with the support of the grant. Associates will establish a working paper review committee composed of two to three relevant project leads and/or partners of the Gender, Migration, and the Work of Care project. Six months after the receipt of funds, associates must submit a working paper to their review committee, along with a written report demonstrating that the following outcomes have been achieved:

  • Network connections have been established with leading and/or upcoming researchers and decision makers in the area of gender, migration, and care work
  • A version of the working paper has been submitted for publication in a peer-reviewed journal or edited collection (status of that submission to be specified).
  • Grantee has made plans to present his/her research (in part or in whole) at a CGSP workshop or conference or another peer-reviewed conference or appropriate venue.

Eligibility:

New Scholar Associates are recent PhD graduates with a promising research profile whose research work enhances knowledge and understanding in at least one of the nine Gender, Migration, and the Work of Care projects.

  • Applicants must have successfully completed their PhD program in the last 3 years
  • Applicants may or may not be working with a project lead or partner of the Gender, Migration, and the Work of Care project
  • Applicants may be from any relevant discipline
  • Applicants may or may not be Canadian citizens, and may or may not be working within Canada
  • Applicants must be conducting part or all of their research on North American, Asian, and/or Asia Pacific countries, their citizens, and/or their migrant workers
  • Applicants may hold a post-doctoral appointment during the program
  • Applicants may not hold an academic faculty position during the program

 

Application:

Applications must include a cover letter; a letter of intent (no longer than two pages describing the relevant research, the working paper that will be completed by the end of the program, and plans for use of funds); a curriculum vitae; and two letters of recommendation, one of which should come from the applicant’s doctoral advisor. Single-file applications and letters must be submitted electronically by email to cgsp@utoronto.ca Letters of recommendation must be emailed directly from referees via their institutional email accounts. Applications will be accepted until May 31, with winners selected and informed by the end of June. Only complete applications will be considered for review.

For questions about the program and eligibility, please contact Deanna Pikkov, Interim Research Associate, by email at cgsp@utoronto.ca or by phone at 1-416-978-6351.

 


LAST CALL FOR DOCTORAL ASSOCIATES – research support to $3000 – Gender, Migration and the Work of Care

May 10, 2018

Call for Applications

Gender, Migration and the Work of Care
A Research Project supported by the
Social Sciences Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC)
Centre for Global Social Policy, Department of Sociology, University of Toronto

Doctoral Associate Program

The Gender, Migration, and the Work of Care project is pleased to announce a research support opportunity for doctoral candidates working in areas connected with its foci. The overall project consists of eight interconnected multi-national research initiatives directed toward investigating how the (re-)organization of care is influencing global migration of care workers, and what this means for gender inequalities, social developments, and global governance. These research initiatives examine the social, cultural, and political construction of care; social, economic, and political conditions that are affecting the demand for care and the supply of care workers, and; the living and working conditions of migrant care workers. For information about each project, visit the CGSP website (www.cgsp.ca/resesarch).

We are now accepting applications for our Doctoral Associates Program. The program will support the work of promising PhD students conducting research relevant to at least one of the eight initiatives of the Gender, Migration, and the Work of Care project. Up to five applicants will be accepted for 2017-18. Successful Doctoral Associates will receive an allowance of up to $3,000 to support their doctoral research work. They will also have opportunities to work and network with Canadian and international scholars in the field and gain experience interacting with policy and NGO community partners. Finally, the project will support Doctoral Associates in disseminating their research outcomes to expert and general audiences through various channels such as CGSP workshop presentations and the CGSP website, social media postings and profiles.

Program Responsibilities:

The Doctoral Associates Program offers a research allowance to a select number of PhD students at the thesis research stage. The fund is aimed at supporting individual research work, including fieldwork, academic travel, research supplies, and other costs directly associated to research. Associates are expected to carry out their research, disseminate their work, and develop useful network ties with key agents and institutions in the field. Associates must provide the following outcomes 12 months after the start of the program:

  • A description of research milestones that were reached
  • Evidence of network connections established with leading and/or upcoming researchers and decision makers in the area of gender, migration, and care work
  • Evidence of presentations and/or in-progress publications from their related research
  • A description of how the $3,000 allowance was used to further their research.
  • A write-up describing their research question, methodological approach, and (preliminary) findings

Eligibility:

Doctoral Associates must be PhD students who are ABD (have successfully defended their dissertation proposal) and whose dissertation work is relevant to at least one of the nine Gender, Migration, and the Work of Care projects.

  • Applicants may or may not be working with a project lead or partner of the Gender, Migration, and the Work of Care project
  • Applicants may be from any relevant discipline
  • Applicants must be enrolled in a recognized university or college
  • Applicants may or may not be a Canadian citizen, and may or may not be working within Canada
  • Applicants must be conducting part or all of their research on North American, Asian, and/or Asian Pacific countries, their citizens, and/or their migrant workers

Application:

Complete applications must include a cover letter; a letter of intent no longer than two pages describing the relevant research, the milestones to be achieved by the end of the program, and plans for use of funds; a curriculum vitae, and; two letters of recommendation (one must be from the applicant’s dissertation committee chair). Single-file applications must be submitted electronically by email to cgsp@utoronto.ca. Letters of recommendation must be emailed directly from the referee using his/her institutional e-mail account.Applications will be accepted until May 31, with winners selected and informed by the end of June. Only complete applications will be considered for review.

For questions about the program and eligibility, please contact Deanna Pikkov, Interim Research Associate, by email at cgsp@utoronto.ca or by phone at 1-416-978-6351.

 


HOT DOCS FILM FESTIVAL: A WOMAN CAPTURED

May 4, 2018

This film will be shown in Toronto on Saturday, May 5, 2018 

See below for more information

A WOMAN CAPTURED

D: Bernadett Tuza-Ritter | Hungary | 89 min

Marish’s hard life makes her appear much older than her 52 years, and her lined face and sad eyes speak volumes of the life she has endured. For more than 10 years, she has been kept as a slave in a home in a small Hungarian town. Her upper-class captor has abused her, starved her and exploited her as an unpaid housekeeper, and even forces her to work an outside job, only to claim Marish’s full paycheque as her own. Marish’s heart longs to reunite with her 18-year-old daughter, who ran away years ago, but she is too fearful to run away herself. As director Bernadett Tuza-Ritter strategically embeds herself within the home, she never reveals the identity of the captor, but meticulously documents Marish’s plight. Could Tuza-Ritter’s camera and the trust she builds with Marish change the course of events and give her the courage to finally escape? Heather Haynes

For more information, please visit: https://goo.gl/7exVxe

 


APFC – Annual Call for Applications for Post-Graduate Research Scholars

April 9, 2018

Post-Graduate Research Fellowships

The Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada is committed to fostering the next generation of Asia Pacific researchers and analysts. To this end, it offers up to three Post-Graduate Research Fellowships valued at $40,000 for Master’s graduates and $42,000 for PhD graduates for a one-year non-renewable term. Successful applicants will have a background in Asia-related research in a variety of fields, including (but not limited to) social sciences, humanities, business, education, statistics, and natural sciences, and will be based on excellence and fit with the Foundation’s research priorities (energy and the environment; trade and investment; education; and sub-national relations with Asia.) Grants are not intended to support dissertation research.

During their time at the Foundation, Post-Graduate Research Fellows undertake a guided research project with a view to producing a policy paper of 5,000-8,000 words on a mutually-agreed upon topic. They can also take advantage of occasional skills-building workshops offered to staff members at the Foundation.

Post-Graduate Research Fellows are based in the APF’s Vancouver office. In addition to composing a research project, Fellows are expected to participate in the Foundation’s day-to-day activities, including:

• Contributing to the Foundation’s ongoing research projects (which include, but are not limited to, energy and the environment, trade and investment, two-way human capital flows and provincial-level engagement of Asia);

• Assisting in the composition and distribution of the daily Canada-Asia news service;

• Providing assistance in hosting roundtables, conferences and meetings both in-house and off-site;

• Participating in and contributing to APF Canada Research Group meetings, as well as other meetings and activities in the Canadian and Asian policy communities; and

• Assisting with other on-going Foundation research.

For questions, or to speak with a current Post-Graduate Research Fellow, please contact Serena Ko at serena.ko@asiapacific.ca

Eligibility
Canadian citizens and permanent residents who have graduated from a Master’s or doctoral program within 18 months of the application (as defined by the date of the graduation ceremony) are eligible to apply.

Successful applicants receive $40,000 for Master’s graduates and $42,000 for PhD graduates for a one-year non-renewable term. A relocation amount of up to $1,000 will be given to cover the moving expenses for out-of-town recipients.

Travel Allowance
Post-Graduate Research Fellows can request some funding support for travel related to their activities at the Foundation. This includes travel for conferences, workshops or research programs. These requests will be approved on a case-by-case basis.

Additional Travel Funds – The Yuen Pau Woo Travel Award
Established in 2015 through a donation from former Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada President, Senator Yuen Pau Woo, the Yuen Pau Woo Travel Award is awarded annually in the amount of up to $2,000 to one or more outstanding Post-Graduate Research Fellows.

The Award is intended to supplement the Foundation’s Post-Graduate Research Fellowship program, and supports travel related to research, fieldwork, conferences and other initiatives undertaken by Post-Graduate Research Fellows.

To contribute to the Yuen Pau Woo Travel Award fund, click here.

Start/End Dates
Fellowships run for 12 months and normally begin between July and September. In special circumstances, Fellows will be able to start at a later date.

Disbursement of Funds 
Payments will be made to the recipient in quarterly installments.

Application Procedures
Applications should include:

•A cover letter and résumé detailing the applicant’s academic background;

• A writing sample (published or unpublished);

• A 500-750 word description of the project that would be undertaken at the Foundation.

• Two letters of recommendation from individuals who know the applicant. If sending hard copies, referees should mail them directly to the Foundation at the address below. If sending by email, the letter should be in the form of a signed PDF document, sent from the referee’s institutional (e.g., university) email address.

Application Deadline
The 2018-2019 award year will begin receiving applications February 1st, 2018 and will close April 30th, 2018. All application documents, including both letters of recommendation, must be received by this date. Short-listed candidates will be contacted for interviews, and successful applicants will be notified in May.

Where to Apply
Applications and questions may be emailed to: serena.ko@asiapacific.ca (subject headline must indicate “PGRF 2018-2019 Application”) or mailed to:

Serena Ko – Research Grants Program
Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada
900-675 West Hastings St.
Vancouver, B.C.
V6B 1N2

Applications are accepted in English and French.

*The Foundation reserves the right to cite the results of research funded under the grants program, and grant recipients may be called upon for media and outreach activities coordinated by the Foundation.

http://www.asiapacific.ca/grants/post-graduate-research-fellowships

 


What is the migrant sense of place? Reflections on urban diversity & encounters from Singapore

April 5, 2018

Invitation – Lecture by Prof. Junjia Ye, April 9, 2018 | 2–4PM

DESCRIPTION

Abstract:
The growing “diversity-turn” in the social scientific study of migrant-led urban change is an exciting opportunity for geographers. While much has been said about encounters with difference and diversity in public spaces, there has been a silence on the very nature of incorporation within these spatial negotiations and transformations. While Stuart Hall is right in pointing out how the “capacity to live with difference” is one of the key questions of the 21st Century (1993: 361), many Asian urban contexts demonstrate that co-existing and managing difference have always been a fundamental dimension of historical reality. Urban diversification in this part of the world is led largely by carefully calibrated labour migration. Drawing upon ethnographic data collected through mixed methodology in Singapore, this paper both reflects and questions existing literature on urban diversity and coexistence. I examine the spatial and political implications of migrant incorporation by identifying two key strands of geographical imaginations in these two growing fields. The paper, thus, has two objectives. First, to retain critical analytical purchase on what living with difference in shared spaces specifically through “incorporation” means at both the governmental and everyday levels. Measures of inclusion can carry out the political work of management that can structure what form belonging takes and, consequently, stratify who belongs and who does not. Rather than being intriniscally open or opposed to exclusion, the aggregate processes of “incorporation” alluded to above render people subject to particular imaginaries of diversity. The second objective of this paper is to outline the agenda for future research. There needs to be the prompt address of the impact of structural differentiation on the spatial practices of migrants in diversifying contexts and the nature of diversifying spaces themselves. What, indeed, is the migrant sense of place?

Bio:
Dr Junjia Ye is an Assistant Professor in Human Geography at Nanyang Technological University who completed her PhD in Geography at the University of British Columbia. Her research interests lie at the intersections of cultural diversity, critical cosmopolitanism, class, gender studies and the political-economic development of urban Southeast Asia. Alongside extensive ethnographic research methods, she also uses techniques of film and photography to create visual narratives through her work. The fundamental question that underlies her research is what accounts for how social and economic differences are constituted through people’s mobilities to, through and from diversifying cities? Her recent work has been published in Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, Annals of the American Association of Geographers and Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. Her first monograph entitled Class inequality in the global city: migrants, workers and cosmopolitanism in Singapore (2016, Palgrave Macmillan) won Labour History’s annual book prize.

Contact

Mayumi Yamaguchi
416-946-8996


Speakers

Dr.Junjia Ye
Assistant Professor of Human Geography, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore


Main Sponsor

Asian Institute

Co-Sponsors

York Centre for Asian Research, Department of Geography York University

Graduate Program in Geography York University


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