Parallel II

4:30 PM – 6:30 PM
Università degli Studi di Trento - piazza Venezia, 41


aula 013 – chair: Ornella Mich, FBK, Trento

  • Bath Corinna, Knowledge production for the Semantic Web: Dream of a universal language or user participation and openness?
  • Lorenz-Meyer Dagmar, Moving skills? Reconsidering materializations and genderings of machine skills in the physical sciences
  • Fuerst Saskia, Paulitz Tanja, Prietl Bianca, The Gendering of Knowledge in Engineering: Constructions of the "Ideal Engineer"


aula 012 – chair: Fernanda Alfieri, FBK, Trento

  • Bauer J. Edgar, DARWIN, HIRSCHFELD, WITTIG:  On sexual taxonomies and the ineffability of the sexes
  • Schnicke Falko, Penetration, princesses, and eunuchs. Body politics and gender in 19th century German historiography
  • Lynch Ingrid, Resisting the gender binary: possibilities and exclusions in South African bisexual women’s accounts


aula 108 – chair: Valentina Chizzola, FBK, Trento

  • Lettow Susanne, Knowing Nature. Gender, Race and Biology at the Beginning of the 19th Century 
  • Satzinger Helga, Gender differences in 20th c. biology: Why one gender difference is not enough
  • Busi Beatrice, The crisis of binary sex model in contemporary biology
  • Crocetti Daniela, Sex as a biological construction: Hormones, Genes, Sex and Gender


aula 016 – chair: Barbara Poggio, University of Trento

  • Calvo Nuria, Bastida María, Feás Jacobo, Glass ceiling for female managers. Analysis of new emerging barriers and proposal of a gender-oriented Balanced Scorecard
  • Murgia Annalisa, Gendered Ways of Knowledge Working? Stories of Gender Hegemony and Resistance in Temporary Jobs
  • Safari Amir, Jobs and Gender; a critical reading of Hamshri Daily’s Job Adverts
  • Žnidaršič Žagar Sabina, Gender as a (still) significant qualifier of the labour market structure. Gender differentiation and segregation of same key professions in the Republic of Slovenia


aula 009 – chair: Paolo Costa, FBK, Trento

  • Amoretti Maria Cristina, Vassallo Nicla, The independence of the social and situated dimension of scientific knowledge from the notion of standpoint
  • Lefevere Merel, Contextualism, relative rationality and feminist epistemology