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As a central theme in social science research in the field of work and organisation, the study of gender has achieved contemporary significance beyond the confines of early discussions of women at work. Launched in 1994, Gender, Work and Organization was the first journal to provide an arena dedicated to debate and analysis of gender relations, the organisation of gender and the gendering of organisations. The Gender, Work and Organization conference provides an international forum for debate and analysis of a variety of issues in relation to gender studies. The 2012 conference at Keele University attracted approximately 380 international scholars from over 30 nations. The Conference will be held at Keele University, Staffordshire, in Central England, the UK’s largest integrated campus university.
Visit Keele Hall Info pdf at: http://www.keele-conference.com/2/keele-hall The University occupies a 617 acre campus site with Grade II registration by English Heritage and has good road and rail access. Many architectural and landscape features dating from the 19th century are of regional significance. International travellers are served by Manchester and Birmingham airports. On campus accommodation caters for up to 100,000 visitors per year in day and residential conferences.
Conference Organisers: Deborah Kerfoot (Keele University, UK) firstname.lastname@example.org
Ida Sabelis (Vrije University, NETHERLANDS)
Conference Administrator Nicola Nixon at: email@example.com
International travellers are served by Manchester and Birmingham airports. On campus accommodation caters for up to 100,000 visitors per year in day and residential conferences.
Travel and transport: http://www.keele-conference.com/21/directions
Conference venue: http://www.keele-conference.com/2/keele-hall
University campus information: http://www.keele-conference.com/21/directions (follow pdf link)
Conference package fee: booking form for GWO2014 (conference, meals and 2 nights en-suite accommodation) and discounted `early-bird’ rate, forthcoming on `News and Announcements’ section of our website http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)1468-0432
Sample accommodation information: http://www.keele-conference.com/5/accommodation and
Submit your abstract direct to one of the streams listed here. Most are due November 1, 2013. (http://www.britsoc.co.uk/media/58518/GWO2014_Call_for_abstracts_all%20streams_1.pdf)
We look forward to welcoming you in person to GWO2014!
Deborah Kerfoot and Ida Sabelis,
Gender, Work & Organization.