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Reimagining Education: Teaching, Learning and Leading for a Racially Just Society

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Climate and Sustainability Study Group: Climate Change and Education

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Dignity for All Students Act (DASA) Training

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School Violence Prevention and Intervention Workshop

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Child Abuse Identification and Reporting Workshop

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Education Moving Forward: Anti-LGBTQIA+ Policies & Current Curricular Practices

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Online Groupwork Strategies

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Measuring indicators on education for sustainable development and global citizenship education with International Large-Scale Assessments

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Teachers College Convocation

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Leverage Asynchronous Learning to Promote Student Agency

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Advocacy Academy Interest Group Session

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REAL Doc with Ashley Beccia

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Strategies and Skills For Effective Salary Negotiations

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April LANSI Data Session

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ITS Workshop: "Bottom-Up Mobilization of Educational Rights in Haredi Schools: Insights from Israel and New York"

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Movie Night--Honoring Good Trouble

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The 5th Annual Rural Education & Healthcare Symposium External

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ITS Workshop: "Learning technology systems in everyday life: women’s experiences navigating refugee resettlement"

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LANSI Advanced Studies Virtual Workshop - Epistemic Orientations in Action Sequences Initiated from Unknowing (K-) positions

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Book Launch: Spatial Concepts for Decolonizing the Americas

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Intro to SPSS Workshop

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Human~Nature Entanglements Workshop

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ITS Workshop: "La paz quemada: Students’ civic subjectivities amidst transition in Colombia"

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TC Teach-In on Climate and Justice

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ITS Workshop: "Measuring the World: OECD, UIS, and the Politics of Global Education Metrics"

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REAL Doc with Michelle Stabler-Havener

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2022 Annual Tisch Lecture with Bettina Love

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6th Annual Strategies for Social Healing Event

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Physical Activity as Medium—Not Medicine—for Public Health Impact

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Discussing students' ecosophies thanks to science-fiction in Higher Education

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TS Workshop: Trust in Education in the South Caucasus: Examining the Institutional Trust-Policy Attitudes Nexus

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Beyond War, Migration, and Violence: Celebrating Central America's Knowledge and Cultural Production

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Youth Mental Health First Aid

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ITS Workshop: "A Feminist Lens on Gender Equality in High-Rank Research Positions at the National Autonomous"

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TCP Workshop "Teaching with Authentic Materials"

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Teaching Chinese at Upper Levels- a follow-up workshop

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CIFLTE Workshop: Translanguaging in Storytelling

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Dr. Erik Voss Colloquium

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TR@TC's Body Love February: Community and Co-Working Day

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ITS Workshop: "A Feminist Lens On Gender Equality In High-Rank Research Positions At The National Autonomous" • Morningside Area Alliance
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3.07.22 Cortina Quezada ITS Workshop

ITS Workshop: “A Feminist Lens on Gender Equality in High-Rank Research Positions at the National Autonomous”

Monday, March 7th, 2022, 12:00-1:00 pm EST
Presenters: Professor Regina Cortina and Romina Quezada-Morales
Title: A Feminist Lens on Gender Equality in High-Rank Research Positions at the National Autonomous University of Mexico

Room location: 273A GDH 
Zoom link: https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/j/7922330773

 

This case study of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), Mexico’s oldest and largest university, examines the persistence of gender hierarchies in Mexican higher education. The chapter explores ways to address such hierarchies and contribute to women’s emancipation from a human rights perspective. The analysis delves into the presence and influence of women academics across career levels, fields of study, and access to higher wages in the University. It shows that, overall, the creation of universal laws that support gender equality has led to advances in parity among men and women academics. However, it also reveals that women still struggle to achieve high-rank research positions because persistent hierarchies and the glass ceiling impede women´s achievements more often than those of their male colleagues. The first part of the chapter explains the positive changes towards gender equality in international law documents, which in turn influenced Mexican laws. It then builds on Nathalie Heinich’s theory on the visibility of women in academia to explain why women face a glass ceiling barrier in the higher echelons of research, knowledge production and leadership positions. The case study of UNAM’s women academics follows the theoretical discussion and the contributions of feminist theory to the current human rights framework for gender equality. Finally, we offer recommendations on how institutions of higher education can better support the advancement of women in academic life.

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