Trabalhando pela Igualdade de Gênero na Academia Neoliberal: Entre a Teoria e a Prática



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Barbara Poggio

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Nesta carta executiva, Barbara Poggio relata sua experiência como vice-reitora de igualdade e diversidade da Universidade de Trento (Itália), enfatizando a questão das assimetrias de gênero e os desafios atuais no meio acadêmico. O texto resulta de uma palestra na Faculdade de Negócios da University of Lakehead (Canadá) em junho de 2021. O objetivo da carta é chamar atenção para a implicação de que o ambiente acadêmico predominantemente masculino tem implicações importantes para as condições de trabalho e a qualidade de vida. Além disso, destaca o impacto da atual transformação acadêmica e a afirmação da agenda neoliberal, enfatizando a performatividade, a excelência e a competição, e as implicações em termos de crescente precariedade.



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Poggio, B. (2022). Trabalhando pela Igualdade de Gênero na Academia Neoliberal: Entre a Teoria e a Prática. Revista De Administração Contemporânea, e220014. https://doi.org/10.1590/1982-7849rac2022220014.en
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