Publikationen und Vorträge

 

Veröffentlichungen (Auswahl)

Achterberg, Susanne; Dahmen, Jennifer (2017). „Bis hierhin und nicht weiter? Die Grenzen der Geschlechtergleichstellung in der Hochschulpraxis”, In: Dahmen, Jennifer; Thaler, Anita (Hg.). Soziale Geschlechtergerechtigkeit in Wissenschaft und Forschung. Barbara Budrich Verlag, Opladen.

Achterberg, Susanne; Dahmen, Jennifer (2014). How much Gender Equality fits into the University? Paper given at 8th European Conference on Gender Equality in Higher Education in Vienna. Downloadable at http://gender2014.conf.tuwien.ac.at/fileadmin/t/gender2014/Full_Papers/Achterberg_Dahmen_v2.pdf

Compes, Natascha; Dahmen, Jennifer (2016). Use IT smartly! Communicating and Teaching Pro-Environmental Behaviour to Young People. In: Proceedings of the 10th International Technology, Education and Development (INTED) Conference held in Valencia, Spain, 7th–9th of March 2016.

Compes, Natascha; Dahmen, Jennifer (2014). Creativity Workshops as Learning Arena for Energy-Efficient User Behavior? Conference-paper presented at the Institute of Education University of London – BNU Conference 2014 “Learning in a changing World” 21st-22nd of November 2014, London. Downloadable at: https://www.ioe.ac.uk/newsEvents/documents/News_and_Events_Events/Compes_and_Dahmen.pdf

Dahmen, Jennifer; Thaler, Anita (2018, im Erscheinen). Kann interdisziplinäre Technikdidaktik zum emanzipatorischen Bildungsziel ‚technologische Kompetenz für alle‘ beitragen? In: Koch, Alexander/Kruse, Stephan/Labudde, Peter: Zur Bedeutung der technischen Bildung in Fächerverbünden. Multiperspektivische Beiträge aus Europa und Disziplinen. Springer Verlag 2018.

Dahmen, Jennifer; Thaler, Anita (2018, im Erscheinen). Blah Blah Land… Social Gender Justice in Academia and Research. In: Getzinger, Günter: Yearbook 2018 of the Institute for Advanced Studies on Science Technology and Society (IAS-STS). Profil Verlag, Munich and Vienna.

Dahmen, Jennifer; Thaler, Anita (Hg.) (2017). Soziale Geschlechtergerechtigkeit in Wissenschaft und Forschung. Barbara Budrich Verlag, Opladen.

Dahmen, Jennifer; Compes, Natascha (2015). Just Google It?! But at What Price? Teaching Pro-Environmental Behaviour for Smart and Energy-Efficient Use of Information and Communication Technologies. 21st Century Academic Forum Conference at Harvard Conference Proceedings. Downloadable at: http://www.21caf.org/uploads/1/3/5/2/13527682/9_hrd-582-dahmen_ed2_fmt_logo.pdf

Dahmen, Jennifer; Peterson, Helen (2018, im Erscheinen):. Trying to do the impossible. Monitoring Gender Equality Action Plans in Seven European Institutions. In: Godfroy, A.S. & Pourrat Y. (eds) Transferring, Implementing, Monitoring Gender Equality in Higher Education and Research. EDP Sciences Paris-Les Ulis, France.

Dahmen, Jennifer; Thaler, Anita & Pinault, Cloé (2012). Images of science, engineering and technology. Explanatory results of a European project. In: Ada-Lovelace-Projekt Schriftenreihe – Heft Nr. 2/2012. Downloadable at: http://www.ada-lovelace.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/Images-of-science-engineering-and-technology.-Explanatory-results-of-a-European-projekt.pdf

Dahmen, Jennifer (2010). “’Engineering is a men’s business!’ – Identities of Women in Engineering”. In: Godfroy-Genin, Anne-Sophie (Hg.). Women in Engineering and Technology Research, Proceedings of the PROMETEA international conference, October 26-27 2007. Zürich: Lit Verlag.

Dahmen, Jennifer (2009). „Von rosa Elefantinnen und grauen Mäusen – Ingenieurinnen im Berufsleben“. In: Thaler, Anita & Wächter, Christine (Hg.). Geschlechtergerechtigkeit in Technischen Hochschulen – Theoretische Implikationen und Erfahrungen aus Deutschland, Österreich und Schweiz. München, Wien: Profil Verlag.

Dahmen, Jennifer (2006): I like to study in a male domain – Female students in engineering majors. In: Proceedings of 34th Annual Sefi Conference, Uppsala, Sweden, 28th June – 1st July 2006 (CD).

Dahmen, Jennifer (2005): Who or what creates a successful study environment? - How female engineering students in Europe assess their study situation. In: Thaler, Anita / Wächter, Christine: Proceedings of the Final International Workshop of the WomEng Project, Graz, 5-9 October 2005, S. 63-71.

Dahmen, Jennifer; Thaler, Anita (2009): “Image is everything! Is image everything?! About perceived images of science, engineering and technology“. In: Proceedings of 37th Annual Conference of SEFI. “Attracting young people to engineering. Engineering is fun!“, 1st-4th July 2009, Rotterdam.

Peterson, Helen; Dahmen, Jennifer (2018): MONITORING HANDBOOK - Methods and tools for monitoring developed in the GenderTime project. Gothenburg Studies in Work Science
Nr. 1, 2018. https://gupea.ub.gu.se/handle/2077/56065

Sagebiel, Felizitas; Dahmen, Jennifer (2006): Masculinities in organizational cultures in engineering education in Europe. Results of European project WomEng. In: European Journal of Engineering Education. Special Issue: Gender Studies in Engineering Education 2006 Vol. 31, No.1, S. 5-14.

Thaler, Anita; Dahmen, Jennifer (2009): “Science Education in Europe – Images, Approaches, Innovations”. In: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Education and Information Systems, Technologies and Applications: EISTA 2009, 10 – 13 July 2009, Orlando.

Vorträge (Auswahl beschränkt auf 2013 – 2017)

„Social gender justice in science and research“, 16th Annual STS Conference Graz 2017 – Critical Issues in Science, Technology and Society Studies, Graz, Österreich, 8.-9.5.2017. (Keynote).

„Soziale Geschlechter(un)gerechtigkeit in Wissenschaft und Forschung”, 4. Jahrestagung der Österreichischen Gesellschaft für Geschlechterstudien, Linz, Österreich, 1.-3.12.2016.

„Trying to do the impossible. Monitoring Gender Equality Action Plans in Seven European Institutions“, Final Conference of the GenderTime project, Paris, France, 29.-30. September 2016. (zusammen mit Helen Peterson)

“From Sisyphus Sisters To Atlas Amazons: Stories About Up Hills and Battles Won In A Gender Change Project”, 9th European Conference on Gender Equality in Higher Education (and Research), Université Paris Diderot, Paris, France, 12-14 September 2016. (zusammen mit Helen Peterson)

Workshop „Women’s Careers in Science“, International Summer Programme for Students an der Ochanomizu Universität, Tokio, 23.7.2016. (zusammen mit Natascha Compes und Anita Thaler)

„Zum Image von Naturwissenschaften und Technik bei Jugendlichen“, Techniksalon, Leibniz Universität Hannover, 28.4.2016.  (eingeladener Vortrag)

„Use IT smartly! Communicating and Teaching Pro-Environmental Behaviour to Young People“,10th International Technology, Education and Development (INTED) Konferenz, Valencia, Spain, 7.-9.3.2016. (zusammen mit Natascha Compes)

„To belong, or not belong. Networks as career facilitators in European research institutions”, Society for Social Studies of Science 2015 Annual Meeting, Denver, USA, 11.-14.11.2015. (zusammen mit Helen Peterson)

"Fifty shades of equality. A European Perspective on Gender Equality Policies in Research Institutions", the International Conference on Gender and Education: Critical Issues, Policy and Practice at Indiana University, Bloomington, USA, 28.-30.5.2015. (zusammen mit Helen Peterson)

„Use IT – but Smartly! Communicating Pro-Environmental ICT Usage to Young People“, 14th Annual STS Conference Graz 2015 – Critical Issues in Science, Technology and Society Studies, Graz, Österreich, 11.-12. Mai 2015. (zusammen mit Thomas Berger, Natascha Compes und Anita Thaler).

„Good image? Bad image? – A gender perspective on young people’s perception on STEM, Working Group 1 Meeting - COST Targeted Network TA1201 “Engendering STEM Disciplines. 
Structural Change In Academia: Recruitment, Retention, Promotion And Leadership Of Women”, Lissabon, Portugal, 30.-31.3.2015. (eingeladener Vortrag)

“Nurseries, Networks and Non-Discriminatory Policies: Gender Equality Measures in European Academia”, International Conference "Women in Academic World", Paris, France, 25.-27.3.2015. (zusammen mit Helen Peterson)

“Just Google It?! But at What Price? Teaching Pro-Environmental Behaviour for Smart and Energy-Efficient Use of Information and Communication Technologies”, 2nd 21st Century Academic Forum Conference at Harvard Conference, Boston, USA, 8.-10.3.2015.

„Potential of EC-projects for gender equality policy and gender research“, at 13th Working Meeting of the Conference of Institutions for Women’s and Gender Studies in the German speaking Area (KEG), Bielefeld, Germany, 12.-13.2.2015. (zusammen mit Susanne Achterberg und Sabine Bohne)

“Creativity Workshops as Learning Arena for Energy-Efficient User Behavior?”, at BNU Conference 2014 “Learning in a changing World”, London, UK, 21.-22.11.2014. (zusammen mit Natascha Compes)

“Perception and Acceptance of Gender Equality Policies”, Gender, Work & Organization 8th Biennial International Interdisciplinary Conference, Keele University, UK, 26.06.2014. (zusammen mit Susanne Achterberg)

How much Gender Equality fits into the University? Results of a German Case Study, 8th European Conference on Gender Equality in Higher Education, Vienna, Österreich, 3.-5.9.2014. (zusammen mit Susanne Achterberg)

"Gender Equality in Academia - Results and Examples from European Research", Invited presentation at Ochanomizu University, Tokyo, Japan, 23.7.2014. (eingeladener Vortrag zusammen mit Anita Thaler)

„Glass Elevator versus Sticky Floor: Tackling Gender (In)Equality in Academia“, XVIII ISA World Congress of Sociology, Yokohama, Japan, 13.-19.7.2014. (zusammen mit Anita Thaler)

„Picture That! a Social Media Approach for Communicating Pro-Environmental Behaviour“, Präsentation im Rahmen des Round tables „Resource Consumption, Sustainability and Social Movements”, XVIII ISA World Congress of Sociology, Yokohama, Japan, 13.-19.7.2014. (zusammen mit Anita Thaler)

„How much Gender Equality Policies fits into the university? A case study at a German University“, at STS (science and technology studies) conference, Graz, Austria, 5.-6.5.2014 (zusammen mit Susanne Achterberg)

GenderTime Project, Structural Change Promoting Gender Equality in Research Organisations“ at the International Conference under the Auspices of the Lithuanian Presidency to the EU Council, Vilnius, Lithuania, 21.-22.11.2013. (Poster Präsentation mit Kurzvortrag)

„GenderTime project“, at GenderSummit, Washington, USA, 13.-15.11.2013. (Poster Präsentation mit Kurzvortrag)