Victories and Failures of Gender Expertise in Global Governance
October 5, 2020
Audrey Reeves, an assistant professor in the Virginia Tech Department of Political Science, will present a webinar, “Victories and Failures of Gender Expertise in Global Governance: The Case of Post-Conflict State-Building,” on October 15 from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. The registration page is here.
The event is part of the Women and Gender in International Development Discussion Series, which is organized by the Virginia Tech Center for International Research, Education, and Development and is an InclusiveVT initiative of Outreach and International Affairs.
The series offers an opportunity for scholars and development practitioners to share their research and knowledge surrounding gender and international development with the Virginia Tech community and beyond.
In addition to her appointment in the Department of Political Science, Reeves is a core faculty member of the Alliance for Social, Political, Ethical, and Cultural Thought. She is also a faculty affiliate of both the Women’s and Gender Studies Program and the Center for Peace Studies and Violence Prevention. Her areas of expertise include gender in global governance, feminist security studies, and emotion, embodiment, and memory in world politics.