Calls to decolonise psychology have come from a range of perspectives and geographies. At universities, students have demanded that the curriculum be decolonised.
Shamini Sriskandarajah was the 2017 POWES & Feminism and Psychology joint Postgraduate Prize award winner.
This groundbreaking book employs a transdisciplinary and methodology to develop the concept of 'postfeminist healthism'.
Current undergraduate and postgraduate students and those who have submitted their dissertations within the last academic year (2016–2017) are invited to submit for the…
The medical humanities seeks to create lively dialogue between the humanities and social sciences.
Feminist Methodologies introduces current innovative feminist methodological work from across the arts, humanities, and the social sciences.
Indeed, the practicalities of achieving equality in STEM must be assessed, while creating an open dialogue surrounding gender representation.
This slim volume of writing put forward a radical new understanding of feminine embodiment and the gendered psychology of eating.
The Psychology of Women Section (POWS) is delighted to announce our special 30th Anniversary annual conference. The POWS conference will take place from 12th –…
A Politics of Shame: A Special Issue of Feminism and Psychology Guest Editors: Tamara Shefer, Ronelle Carolissen, Viv Bozalek and Sally Munt Shame is…