Queering and diversifying gender in equality work at European higher education institutions

  title={Queering and diversifying gender in equality work at European higher education institutions},
  author={Lisa Mense and Stephanie Sera and Sarah Vader},
  journal={Hochschule und Geschlecht},
Against the background of recent changes to EU legislation to meet the demands and needs of LGBTIQ* communities, the authors seek to situate a queered and diversified understanding of gender firmly at the centre of the gender equality discourse in higher education (HE). Based on case examples, the legal and discursive status quo in German and Dutch HE institutions as well as actors’ motivations, challenges and opportunities are examined through a queer lens. The results highlight how… Expand


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