GENI member María Ignacia Ibarra Eliessetch has participated in the article Waterscapes and Plural Geographies in Wallmapu, recently published by the Geographical Review journal. It is available at the journal’s website.   She has also participated in an article, Ternura feminista para otros mundos posibles, included in the first Retazos: Memorias feministas bulletin, from the […]

Professor and GENI member Fabiola Mancinelli organises with EASA’s ANTHROMOB network a series of online lectures on mobilities, MoMo (Moving Mobilities Online).   On Monday 9 of November, at 2pm (CET), Dr. Flavia Cangià, Senior Researcher at the University of Fribourg (Switzerland) will participate with the lecture Traveling without moving. Reflections on (im)mobility and liminality. […]

The BAR2LEGAB: Europe Abortion Access Project (more information here), lead by Silvia de Zordo, presents two new publications with the results of its interdisciplinary research: De Zordo, S., Mishtal, J., Zanini G. & Gerdts, C. (2020) Consequences of gestational age limits for people needing abortion care during the COVID-19 pandemic, Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters, 28:1 De Zordo, S., Zanini, G., Mishtal, […]

Professor and GENI member Fabiola Mancinelli has participated in the TV3 programme 30 Minutes, in an episode called “Sense turisme”. In this programme she has explained the touristic effects of the COVID pandemic. Several tourism professionals also participated in said programmes, explaining their respective problems and situations. You may find more information and the full […]

Professor Olga Jubany, coordinator of the GENI research group, has recently published the chapter The Unspoken Legacy of Asylum Racism, Nationalism, and the Neo‐colonialist Social Construction of Asylum Policies within The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Race, Ethnicity, and Nationalism, published by Wiley. The chapter analyses the asylum phenomenon from the perspective of the social construction of otherness, and […]

Bellaterra has published the book Intersecciones encarnadas: [Con]textos críticos en género, identidad y diversidad, edited by Olga Jubany and Oscar Guasch. Also participating with chapters are Fabiola Mancinelli, Emma Fàbrega, Dolors Rodríguez-Martín, Assumpta Rigol-Cuadra, Esther Crespo-Mirasol, Elena Maestre-González, Jordi Mas Grau, Alèxia Rué, Malin Roiha, Núria Sadurní Balcells, Jose Antonio Langarita Adiego, Eduardo Lizardo, Rosa Lázaro […]

The Universities of Girona and of Barcelona hosted the kick-off meeting of the EC-funded project Let’sGoByTalking. Protecting and defending the rights of anti-LGBT hate crimes: Innovative paths through restorative justice, which is coordinated by Olga Jubany. Members of the project’s consortium, from diverse European universities and organisations, visited Barcelona for two days of debates, decisions and […]

The first Congrés Català d’Antropologia was a great success and GENI contributed to it by organising Simposi 16: Nous imaginaris sobre els processos d’identificació i opressió. Problematitzacions i aproximacions crítiques al gènere, la identitat i la diversitat  Here are some pictures of the event: Olga Jubany presents Simposi 16: Nous imaginaris sobre els processos d’identificació i opressió. Problematitzacions […]

Al seminari GENI del mes de febrer l’equip del projecte BAR2LEGAB ens presentarà: Women travelling for abortion care in Europe: results from a multi-disciplinary international research project Why do many women travel in Western Europe to seek abortion care, including from and within countries with relatively liberal abortion laws? How do these women experience abortion […]