Gender Studies and the New Academic Governance. Global Challenges, Glocal Dynamics and Local Impacts (Review)
This is a review of the book “Gender Studies and the New Academic Governance. Global Challenges, Glocal Dynamics and Local Impacts” (ed. Heike Kahlert, Wiesbaden, Springer, 2018, 289 pp.), written by Júlia Garraio, DeCode/M researcher, and published in issue 42 of the ex æquo magazine at the end of 2020.
“Gender Studies and the New Academic Governance analyzes how, in different socio-geographic contexts, neoliberalism, as a determining ideology in the management of current universities, has had an impact on gender studies and in the relations of this scientific area with the community. economic theory and social reform movement victorious in the post-1989 world order, which spread globally, decisively shaping contemporary societies, namely the processes of production and dissemination of knowledge and the way the university is currently understood as a space where skills are provided that students will later be able to sell/monetize as work “.