Projects in this stream examine how globalization (re-)configures gender inequalities and diversity in academic international collaboration and mobility. We analyze how gender and diversity matter in internationalization strategies, networks among scientific organizations, and the flows of academics between, within, and beyond North America and European contexts.
In a “first wave” of more than 100 interviews, we examined the transatlantic mobility of stakeholders and academics in the United States and Germany. A “second wave” of interviews will compare internationalization strategies and mobility experiences in light of COVID-19.
We seek collaborations to extend our analysis to non-elite academic contexts in the Global South. For more information, please contact Professor Zippel.
See: Women in Global Science: Advancing Women through International Collaboration (Stanford University Press 2017).