Professor Elisabeth Kelan is the new Dahlem International Network Professor for Gender Studies in the winter semester of 2017/18.
Her inaugural lecture on the topic of “Men, Gender Euality and Organizational Change” will take place on November 8th, 2017 at 6 pm at the School of Business & Economics, R102, Garystraße 21, 14195 Berlin.
The Margherita von Brentano Center for Gender Studies is a central facilities unit of Freie Universität Berlin with an interdisciplinary and international focus.
In the spirit of its namesake Margherita von Brentano, the center will be dedicated with renewed vigor to initiating, supporting and conducting (international) collaborative projects in research and teaching that harness and advance Gender Studies’ interdisciplinary, trans-disciplinary, intellectually critical, and self-reflective potential.
After chatting online, a couple may have introduced white lies into the relationship, and, what’s more, when the people do have their first offline date, the pressure can feel overwhelming.
“Expectations can become the biggest barrier in dating,” Dr. “That’s why meeting in a comfortable, friendly environment obviously holds great appeal.” That appeal isn’t lost on Amanda Blakley, founder of The Society, a Toronto-based social group with 4,000 members and a minimal presence online.
As part of the General Professional Skills Courses (ABV), a component of Freie Universität Berlin’s bachelor’s degree programs, the Margherita von Brentano Center (Mv BZ) offers three modules (worth 5 credits each) in the skill area of gender & diversity awareness." data-overlay-align="overlay-left"Each semester, the Margherita von Brentano Center compiles a list of all courses at Freie Universität that discuss research findings from Gender Studies, Diversity Studies, and Queer Studies." data-overlay-align="overlay-right"The website of the Toolbox Gender and Diversity in Teaching in now available in responsive design.
You can’t do that when you’re spending all of your time online,” says Bareket, who’s 37 and single and not above admitting that she’s taking woodworking classes at Lee Valley on King Street because she wants to learn how to build a cabinet, and also wouldn’t mind meeting an intelligent Marlboro Man.“People rely on Facebook to communicate, which is tragic, and Skype is fake and the Internet is gross — I don’t believe in online dating at all,” says Carraway, who advises singles to look for love at activities they enjoy, which in her case means hitting Lee’s Palace or the Opera House to see shows.