The Fay Gale Centre develops, promotes and expands existing research excellence in the field of Gender within the University of Adelaide, and builds on the University's commitment to promote social justice, equality and diversity in the community and its own workplace.

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News and Events



Special Fay Gale Seminar: Courage to Change by Professor Alison Phipps

The Courage to Change: Ending Gender Inequality and Sexual Harassment in Australian universities. The Fay Gale Centre is excited to be hosting a special seminar by Professor Alison Phipps (The University of Sussex, UK). At this Fay Gale seminar, Professor Phipps will address the policies and practices that can enable and support structural and cultural change around issues such as gender inequity, bullying, sexual harassment and violence. This event will generate collective understanding of how change at universities can occur, providing practical steps to create a workplace in which gender equity, diversity and care can flourish. The seminar will also be accessible over Zoom. When: 6 pm, 7th of June, 2021. Where: TBA. Please RSVP for the event here.



Critical considerations of workplace flexibility “for all” and gendered outcomes

A recent co-authored publication from FGC members and Alliance scholars on masculinities and workplace flexibility, "Critical considerations of workplace flexibility “for all” and gendered outcomes: Men being flexible about their flexibility," has been published in the the journal Gender, Work and Organisation. Link here to the paper. 



The Fay Gale Centre Lunchtime Seminar Series

Join us for the third Fay Gale Lunchtime Seminar for 2021. Dr Henrike Hoogenraad will be presenting a talk titled 'Love migration as a gendered practice: Cross-border intimacies and imaginaries of love and happiness among African-Australia couples.' When: Tuesday, 25th May, 1:00-1:45 pm. Where: Napier 210.


The Fay Gale Centre would like to thank the Art Gallery of South Australia for permission to use this image.

Banner Image: detail: Dorrit Black, Australia, 1891 - 1951
Music, 1927-28, Paris, colour linocut on paper, 24.1 x 21.2 cm (image)
Elder Bequest Fund 1976, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide