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Dr. Marianne Schmidbaur is Scientific Manager of the Cornelia Goethe Center for Women’s and Gender Studies at the Goethe University Frankfurt. Her teaching and research interests include Gender Studies, women`s* movements, higher education/professionalization, and social policy/care, which was the subject of her PhD obtained in 2001. She has participated in different research projects in the context of care and migration and higher education, e.g. the EU-funded project on “Women`s Employment, Women`s Studies and Equal Opportunities in Europe” (EWSI), and has been a member of the University development team of the University of Kassel with responsibility for curriculum development, research and Gender Mainstreaming. Among her key activities at the Cornelia Goethe Center are the promotion of research applications, writing and editing, curriculum development, interdisciplinary communication, event planning, and national as well as international cooperation. She is a member of the Foundation Archive of the German Women’s Movement, the Commitee of Women’s and Gender Studies Institutions in German-speaking Areas, and the German Gender Studies Association, and a board member of atgender, the European Association for Gender Research, Education and Documentation.

Selected publications: Vom „Lazaruskreuz“ zu „Pflege aktuell“ Professionalisierungsdiskurse in der deutschen Krankenpflege 1903-2000. Königstein/Ts.: Helmer 2002; “A little bit wiser…” – Qualitative data report Germany, in: Griffin, Gabriele (ed.) 2004: Employment, Equal Opportunities And Women`s Studies: Women`s Experiences in Seven European Countries (with Ute Gerhard and Ulla Wischermann), Königstein/ Taunus: Helmer 2004, 52-76); The Professionalisation of Feminist Researchers. The German Case, in: Buikema, Rosemarie / Griffin, Gabriele / Lykke, Nina (eds.): Theories and Methodologies in Post-Graduate Feminist Research: Researching Differently (with Ulla Wischermann), London/New York: Routledge 2011; Care und Migration: Die Ent-Sorgung menschlicher Reproduktion entlang von Geschlechter- und Armutsgrenzen. (ed. with Ursula Apitzsch), Opladen: Budrich 2010; Diversity ent-decken: Reichweiten und Grenzen von Diversity Policies an Hochschulen. (ed. with Saskia-Fee Bender and Anja Wolde), Weinheim: Beltz Juventa 2013; Klassikerinnen feministischer Theorie III. Grundlagentexte ab 1986 (ed. with Helma Lutz and Ulla Wischermann), Sulzbach/Taunus: Helmer 2013; Einzeln & Gemeinsam. 100 Jahre starke Frauen an der Goethe-Universität, hg. mit Helma Lutz, Verena Specht-Ronique und Anja Wolde: Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main 2014; Ausschließende Einschließung? Zur Geschichte von Frauen und Wissenschaft. Personen, Institutionen, Perspektiven, hg. mit Marion Keller und Ulla Wischermann. Frankfurt am Main: 2017, CGC online papers, Band 1

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