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The Strathclyde University Feminist Research Network brings together staff and students from across the University, developing a stronger feminist research presence along with increased visibility and connectedness.  

SUFRN now has a blog!  Click here to access. The blog hosts reflections by both staff and students at Strathclyde on issues related to feminist politics, gender and sexuality. Please contact the coordinators  and Kirsty Alexander if you would like to contribute.

Since 2016, we have run a seminar series, hosting visiting academics from across the UK and beyond. The current series is organised by Professor Yvette Taylor and Rukshar Hussain, and you can see details here. Seminars are free to attend and open to all, but please register through our eventbrite page.

The 'brown bag' research-in-progress workshops are informal lunchtime get-togethers for staff and PhD students here at Strathclyde to receive feedback on their feminist research projects here. Find details of upcoming workshops here; to get on the mailing list and be sent a copy of the research-in-progress in advance of the session, please email Maddie Breeze

Our feminist reading group is organised by PhD students, and is open to all staff and students at the University of Strathclyde, regardless of role or level of study. Join us as we discover and share feminist writing across genres and media. See details of upcoming meetings here, join the mailing list with your university email address here, or contact Rebecca Jones for more information. You can also follow the reading group on Twitter @StrathFemReads