Mag. Dr. Elisabeth Anna Günther

Porzellangasse 4
1090 Wien
Room: 1OG29

T: +43-1-4277-60056
elisabeth.guenther@univie.ac.at

Office hours: by appointment, per email

Current teaching


Research focus

  • Gender, diversity and intersectionality 
  • Inequality in education 
  • Intersectionality in/due to digitalisation 

 

Activities

  • Teaching on gender and diversity and on the development of inclusive processes in education
  • Research on intersectionality - education - digitalisation
  • Lecturing at national and international conferences and on request


Scientific profile

Publications


Intersectional Interference as digital practice. / Günther, Elisabeth Anna.

2021. Paper presented at 12th ICMS conference - Diversalising and Intern(ation)alising CMS: Places, Spaces, Bodies and Praxistical Theories, Sidhrawali, India.

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Intersectional situatedness: Advancing feminist research in gender-in-leadership. / Rodriguez, Jenny K.; Günther, Elisabeth Anna; Faiz, Rafia.

2021. 12th ICMS conference - Diversalising and Intern(ation)alising CMS: Places, Spaces, Bodies and Praxistical Theories, Sidhrawali, India.

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Intersectional Interference in Digital Literacy. / Günther, Elisabeth Anna; Kayali, Fares.

2021. 15th Conference of the European Sociology Association, Barcelona, Spain.

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Not Simply ‘Counting Heads’: A Gender Diversity Index for the Team Level. / Humbert, Anne Laure; Günther, Elisabeth Anna; Müller, Jörg.

In: Social Indicators Research, Vol. 157, No. 2, 09.2021, p. 689–707.

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Doing intersectional interference through algorithms and data analytics: A conceptual framework. / Günther, Elisabeth Anna.

2021. Gender, Work & Organization 2021, Kent, United Kingdom.

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