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Special Issue | Anti-feminist Mobilisations

Since the turn of the millennium, discourses on and mobilisations against critical debates on gender (relations) and gender self-determination have increased. This special issue seeks to address how the phenomenon can be conceptualized, how the increase in corresponding mobilizations and discourses can be explained, and what conclusions can be drawn from this with regard to the change in gender relations and the limits and possibilities of gender policies.

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Current Issue | Fashion and Gender

The articles of the issue provide empirical results and analyses on the question of what consequences the reform and transformation processes in higher education have for gender relations, and how the category of gender in its diversity is (de)thematised and constructed in these contexts, but also how equality at universities is currently contextualised under these conditions.

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