Disability and transition to parenthood. Mapping disabled women’s experiences in Poland

Our guest blogger of July is Agnieszka Król from Jagiellonian University Medical College (Poland). In her post, she discusses reproductive justice and disability in Poland. She focuses on disability and motherhood, reproductive autonomy and experiences of motherhood of women with disabilities.
Agnieszka is sociologist currently working at Jagiellonian University and engaged within the Academic Network of European Disability experts (ANED). Her main scientific interests are located in the fields of disability, family and sexuality studies as well as social inequalities. Recently, she has co-author book on queer kinship “In different voices. Families of choice in Poland” (2017).

2019 RC06 Symposium Program

Our next event, the RC06 International Symposium in Rhodes, Greece, at the University of the Aegean (June 5-21), is fast approaching and we are delighted to share the Symposium Program: available...

Abstract deadline for RC06-VSA Conference has been extended!

The abstract deadline for our second RC06 conference of 2019 has been extended! Deadline is now 31 May, 2019. The conference will take place in Hanoi, Vietnam, October 17-19, 2019. This event is organized by the Vietnam Sociological Association (VSA) and counts with a...

Back into the future? Senses of family food among millennials experiencing transition to adult life

Our guest bloggers of March are Rosalina Pisco Costa and María Suárez Gómez from University of Evora, Portugal. They discuss how families shape food practices of Portuguese millennials.
Rosalina Pisco Costa is Assistant Professor of Sociology and María Suárez Gómez is a Post-doctoral Researcher at the Interdisciplinary Centre of Social Sciences, University of Évora, Portugal.

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