Cardiff University, the University of the Witwatersrand (NRF Chair in Spatial Analysis and City Planning), and the Gauteng City Region Observatory invite proposals for a two-day hybrid workshop exploring methodologies that study gender in urban environments. The workshop will be an immersive experience, allowing participants to experience the diverse methods used to engage with the intersections of gender and urban research.
The study of gender in urban environments is a key and rising concern for policymakers, practitioners, and academics alike; finding new ways to engage with questions lying at the intersection of these issues is imperative to discover new ways to address existing challenges, develop new conceptual tools to understand and explain the contemporary phenomenon and train new generations of researchers keen to engage with these questions. The workshop welcomes attendance from researchers across the Global North and Global South to further build on an existing network of people who are interested in, and working on, these issues.
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