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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of the psychology of women and equalities.
Hannah Frith & Charlotte Dann
Review of barriers women face in research funding processes in the UK
Julie M. Jebsen, Cathy Abbott, Rachel Oliver, Erinma Ochu, Izzy Jayasinghe & Caroline Gauchotte-Lindsay
The ‘race’ awarding gap: What can be done?
Is the lack of female representation in psychological research just an historical issue?
‘I shouldn’t have to prove myself’: The experiences of Black women at Russell Group Universities
Reem Michael & Patrick Rosenkranz
‘I have to be at home’: Place and gender among student-mothers in higher education
Perceived stereotypes about nurses in terms of competence predict nurses’ wellbeing and intent to leave the profession: A cross-sectional study in German intensive home care nursing
From academia to parliament
Lois Catrin Donnelly
Discursive construction of sexual assault: A qualitative analysis of news media reporting of ‘the Kavanaugh Case’
Gillian Ang & Helen Malson
Emotional experiences (online talk) of male survivors of childhood sexual abuse and incest
Oluwatoyin Bewaji & Bridgette Rickett
#NotMyFandom: The gendered nature of a misogynistic backlash in science fiction fandom
Exploring RuPaul’s Drag Race as a platform for public debate: Conforming and resisting idealised notions of drag (commentary)
Luke Ward & Charlotte Dann
‘All the women are White, all the Blacks are men, but some of us are brave’: The (mis)representation of Black women in the media
Book review – Me Not You: The trouble with mainstream feminism
Edited by Alison Phipps
Reviewed by Francesca Taylor