Orlando - ESR15
Translating critical competencies into innovative
cultural practices for employability and gender equality
Central European University - ESR8 & ESR10
University of Bologna - ESR11 & ESR12
The legacy of literary canons, European and beyond, as sites
for the production of cultures of equality
The contemporary text as a site for the production of cultures of equality
Visualising gender equality in Europe through art and screen
Medicalised images and the production of cultures of equality
University of Hull - ESR3 & ESR6
Gender equalities in a City of Culture
Sport as a site for the production of cultures of equality
University of Oviedo - ESR4 & ESR5
Migrant and diasporic productions of gender equality
‘Street’ culture, youth and the urban experience of gender equality
University of Utrecht - ESR7 & ESR9
Curating Cultures of Equality in Post Imperial European contexts
Critics and the Cultural Politics of Equality
The aim of the GRACE – Gender and Cultures of Equality in Europe project is to systematically investigate the cultural production of gender equalities within Europe.
Extending the success of GEMMA, the Erasmus Mundus ‘Masters of Excellence’ in Women’s and Gender Studies, the central objective of GRACE is to become the programme of reference for innovative interdisciplinary doctoral training for early career researchers.
GRACE draws on innovative and interdisciplinary methodologies to investigate an under-examined aspect of those processes, namely the production of cultures of equality that underpin, enable and constrain those changing policy and legislative frameworks.
Our methodological approach understands culture as neither normative frameworks nor ways of representing the world, but more fundamentally as the process through which people create the worlds they inhabit.
The GRACE project is providing advanced training for 15 ESRs who are researching the production of cultures of gender equality across five specific sites where cultures of gender equalities are produced and contested by differently situated social agents.
A collaboration between Hull-based artist Lou Hazelwood and researcher Barbara Grabher.
Sharing GRACE results with discourse scholars from across disciplines at the 7th conference of the Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis Across Disciplines network.
GRACE ESRs met in Budapest for the last GRACE training school. Here’s a glimpse of what they were up to!
Final presentation of collaborative artwork in reflection of the cultures of equality produced during Hull’s celebrations of UK City of Culture in 2017.