ECE KOCABICAK

Ece is currently working as a Teaching Fellow in the Department of Gender Studies at London School of Economics and Political Science. Her doctoral research focuses on varieties of patriarchies and capitalisms, the relationship between gender and class-based inequalities, and the significance of political collective subjects for social transformation. She further examines the processes and factors that sustain gender-based exclusionary strategies in Muslim majority countries. Previous research has included: the relationship between development and gender inequality, and the implications of technological changes for household production and gender-based segregation in the labour market. Ece has involved in feminist and LGBT movements in England and Turkey and contributed to Feminism in London conferences in 2013, 2014 and 2015.

Ece will be involved in the following FiLiA session:
The Changing Face of Patriarchy: is it Receeding or just Reinventing itself?     (SundayMorning)

Suggested piece of reading:

A Conversation with Sylvia Walby OBE: Distinguished Professor of Sociology and UNESCO Chair in Gender Research, Director, Violence and Society UNESCO Centre, Lancaster University, UK about Crisis, Brexit and Changes in Gender Regimes:

A Conversation with Sylvia Walby about Crisis, Brexit and Changes in Gender Regimes