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Women in Academia


Women in Academia is a special session of the 5th ICIL 2012. It will host invited presentations from women academics and aims to lead to a discussion about gender and inequality especially in academia internationally.

Women academics of any rank and any field interested in presenting at the special session please contact us.

Call for contributions/papers
The session is open to potential contributions and papers. Please send us your name and affiliation and a 200 words abstract by the deadlines (Important Dates) of the main conference. The session deals with issues on gender, equality and women generally in research and academia. Selected papers will be published in a separate volume.

Alipranti-Maratou Laura

Alipranti-Maratou Laura

Dr
National Centre for Social Research, Greece

Paper: Women in Academia in Greece: Recent trends and social aspects
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Laura Alipranti-Maratou, has a Ph.D in Sociology (University of Paris X -Nanterre) and she is Researcher at the National Centre for Social Research in Athens. She is also Adjunct Professor at the University of Athens, Department of Philosophy, Pedagogy and Psychology. Her research interests include family relations, family policy, gender issues and international female migration. She is since 2005 National Representative for Greece in COST , Domain Committee, DC-ISCH, Individuals, Society, Culture and Health, European Commission. She is elected Member of the Executive Board in ΙSA, (International Sociological Association), in the Research Committee RC 32 “Women in Society” Representative for Europe (2006-2014).
She has participated in many research projects, national and European, such as:
National coordinator-expert in WELLCHI “The well-being of children: The impact of changing family forms, working conditions of parents, social policy and legislative measures”. QUING, (6th FP), EC “Quality in Gender+Equality Policies”: «Μeta-analysis of gender and science research»-contract RTD-L4-PP-2007-2010- coordinated by Fundació CIREM. She is the author, co-author and editor of many books and articles, Greek and international the latest being Contours of Citizenship. Women, Diversity and Practices of Citizenship. Aldershot: Ashgate Publications (co-editor) 2010.

Paper: Women in Academia in Greece: Recent trends and social aspects

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Bottis Maria

Bottis Maria

Assistant Professor, Attorney-at-law
Ionian University, Greece

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She is an Honors graduate of Athens Law School in 1990. She is a holder of a LLM degree (Cambridge Law School, UK, 1991) a LLM degree from Yale Law School in 1992 and a PhD on medical information law from the University of Athens. In 2000, she was appointed a Faculty Fellow at Harvard University, Center for Ethics and the Professions (2000-2001). She is an elected member of the board of the International Society for Ethics and Technology. She has authored five books, the latest being A Defense of Intellectual Property Rights, 2009, Edward Elgar Publishing (with Professor Richard Spinello). She is also the author of many Greek and international publications on data protection, digital divide, library ethics, privacy medical/health law and others.


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Cooklin Katherine

Cooklin Katherine

Associate Professor of Philosophy
Slippery Rock University, United States of America

Paper: The Lack of Women in Philosophy: Psychological and Structural Barriers and the Moral Dimension of Epistemic Responsibility
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Katherine Cooklin is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania; she teaches Social and Political Philosophy, Philosophy of Law and Justice, and Business Ethics. She received her Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Texas at Austin, and she specializes in Social and Political Philosophy from a Contintental perspective. She has published papers on Critical Theory, Judith Butler, Julia Kristeva, Michel Foucault, and her current research interests include Continental and feminist models of subjectivity within the field of Philosophy of Law, and the Epistemology of Ignorance.

Paper: The Lack of Women in Philosophy: Psychological and Structural Barriers and the Moral Dimension of Epistemic Responsibility

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Gatsou Nefeli

Gatsou Nefeli

Researcher in multinational educational systems in Europe
University of Athens, Greece

Paper: The Study of Historical Female Geniuses
Authors: Kalemis Konstantinos, Georgopoulou Maria, Mamfeda Panagiota, Gatsou Nefeli
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Nefeli Gkatsou is a teacher, with distinction from PTDE of National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, who has participated in European programs as a student and as a researcher in multinational educational systems in Europe three times. She speaks or understands English, French, Czech and Portuguese and she has attended numerous conferences or seminars.

Paper: The Study of Historical Female Geniuses
Authors: Kalemis Konstantinos, Georgopoulou Maria, Mamfeda Panagiota, Gatsou Nefeli

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Georgopoulou Maria

Georgopoulou Maria

Teacher, Distinction from PTDE
University of Athens, Greece

Paper: The Study of Historical Female Geniuses
Authors: Kalemis Konstantinos, Georgopoulou Maria, Mamfeda Panagiota, Gatsou Nefeli
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Maria Georgopoulou is a teacher, with distinction from PTDE of National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. She speaks three languages apart from her mother tongue: English, French and Spanish. She has also attended numerous conferences and seminars.

Paper: The Study of Historical Female Geniuses
Authors: Kalemis Konstantinos, Georgopoulou Maria, Mamfeda Panagiota, Gatsou Nefeli

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Kalemis Konstantinos

Kalemis Konstantinos

Professor, M ed UOA, Training Institute
National Centre for Public Administration & Local Government, Greece

Paper: The Study of Historical Female Geniuses
Authors: Kalemis Konstantinos, Georgopoulou Maria, Mamfeda Panagiota, Gatsou Nefeli
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Maggini Golfo

Maggini Golfo

Associate Professor of Philosophy Department of Philosophy, Psychology & Pedagogy School of Philosophy
University of Ioannina, Greece

Paper: Object- versus people-centered outlooks in computer use: Is women’s voice loud enough?
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Golfo Maggini graduated from the Department of Philosophy, Psychology and Pedagogy of the University of Athens in 1991. She pursued her postgraduate and doctoral studies at the University of Paris IV-Sorbonne and University of Paris XII-Val de Marne. She has been a postdoctoral researcher at State University of New York at Stony Brook and the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She has published numerous papers in hellenic and international philosophy journals. She is the author, among others of three scientific monographs on contemporary philosophy: Habermas and the Neoaristotelians. Ethics of Discourse in Juergen Habermas and the Challenge of Neoaristotelianism (Athens 2006, in Greek), Towards a Hermeneutics of the Technological World: From Heidegger to Contemporary Technoscience (Athens 2010, in Greek), and La justice de la pensée. La critique de la métaphysique de la subjectivité dans le différend heideggerien avec Nietzsche (Publications of the Saripoleion Foundation of the National and Capodistrian University of Athens, Athens 2011; elaborated version of her Ph.D. thesis, University of Paris 1997). Her focus of research interest lies in phenomenology, hermeneutics, practical philosophy and philosophy of technology. Golfo Maggini is currently associate professor of modern and contemporary European philosophy at the University of Ioannina, Greece.

Paper: Object- versus people-centered outlooks in computer use: Is women’s voice loud enough?

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Mamfreda Panagiota

Mamfreda Panagiota

Teacher, Distinction from PTDE
University of Athens, Greece

Paper: The Study of Historical Female Geniuses
Authors: Kalemis Konstantinos, Georgopoulou Maria, Mamfreda Panagiota, Gatsou Nefeli
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Teacher, Distinction from PTDE of National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. She speaks English, French and Spanish as well. She has also attended numerous conferences and seminars.

Paper: The Study of Historical Female Geniuses
Authors: Kalemis Konstantinos, Georgopoulou Maria, Mamfreda Panagiota, Gatsou Nefeli

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Nivolianitou Zoe

Nivolianitou Zoe

Chemical engineer, System Reliability & Industrial Safety Lab.
Institute of Nuclear Technology-Radiation Protection NSCR 'DEMOKRITOS', Greece

Paper: Women that made a career in the early years of the National Center for Scientific Research “DEMOKRITOS” in Athens, Greece
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Dr Z. S. Nivolianitou works as a senior researcher in the National Certre for Scientific Research (NCSR) “DEMOKRITOS”. She is a chartered Chemical engineer, with further consolidated knowledge on the Risk and Safety Analysis of Chemical Plants. This comprises both the assessment and management of risks from technological systems together with the simulation of natural phenomena that result from an accident. She has an over 25 year experience in the area of industrial safety (mainly chemical plants) acquired at the JRC-ISPRA, (grantee of the European Commission 1983-87, PhD and Diploma in Chemical Engineering from the National Technical University in Athens, Greece) and in NCSR "Demokritos" in Greece in Risk Analysis, Safety Auditing in the process Industry, Decision Making in Land Use Planning around chemical sites, and in Decision Support and Environmental Impact Analysis. She has been among the principal investigators in twelve EU R&D projects of the INTR-P, the co-ordinator for DEMOKRITOS in five of them (SAFETYNET, PRISM, S2S, PRE-EMERGENCIES and FP6 VIRTHUALIS) and assistant co-ordinator in another one (SAFETY AUDIT). She has participated in several international bodies (like NATO and EU) offering expertise in the above areas. She has published more than 70 scientific publications and technical reports and has co-authored two books (one in Environmental Impact Assessment). Her current research activities are related to Accident Analysis and the estimation of Human Factor as a key contributor to the occurrence of major accidents together with Emergency planning in Natural Hazards. She has served as a consultant to the Greek government in the evaluation of the ‘SEVESO” reports of hazardous industrial installations and has been invited several times as an expert by the EC in the evaluation of projects related to technological development. She speaks fluently Greek, English and Italian and has a good handle of German and French.

Paper: Women that made a career in the early years of the National Center for Scientific Research “DEMOKRITOS” in Athens, Greece

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Nobre Kia

Nobre Kia

Professor of Neuroscience and Tutorial Fellow in Psychology at New College
University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Anna Christina Nobre (known as Kia Nobre) is Tutorial Fellow in Experimental Psychology at New College and Professor in Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of Oxford. She directs the Oxford Centre for Human Brain Activity ( http://www.ohba.ox.ac.uk/ Νέο παράθυρο) and the Brain & Cognition Laboratory ( http://bcl.psy.ox.ac.uk/ Νέο παράθυρο). Her academic interests are centred around understanding the relationship between brain and mind (in general); and the dynamic biasing and control of perception, awareness and memory (in particular).

Professor Nobre holds many positions of responsibility at the University of Oxford and in the cognitive neuroscience community at large. She is the Psychology and Neuroscience Delegate for the Oxford University Press (OUP), member of the Wellcome Trust Neuroscience and Mental Health Funding Committee, advisor to the James S. McDonnell Foundation Program in Understanding Human Cognition, and serves on the editorial board of several journals.

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Rethimiotaki Helen

Rethimiotaki Helen

Lecturer, Law School
University of Athens, Greece




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