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Dr Karen Celis

Hogeschool Gent

Karen Celis is Assistant Professor at the Department of Business Administration and Public Management of the Hogeschool Gent since 2004. She studied Contemporary History at the Catholic University of Louvain before specialising in Women's Studies at the University of Antwerp. Her PhD in Political Science was on the political representation of women in the Belgian Lower house. She has published on the political representation of women, abortion, gender and socialism, and women and war.

Her most recent publications in English include: with Alison Woodward (2003) Flanders: Do It Yourself and Do It Better? Regional Parliaments as Sites for Democratic Renewal and Gendered Representation. In: J. Magone (red.) Regional Institutions and Governance in the European Union. Subnational Actors in the New Millenium. Westport - Connecticut - Londen: Praeger, 173-191; (2001) The abortion debates in Belgium (1974-1990). In: D. Stetson (red.) Abortion Politics, Women's Movements and the Democratic State. A comparative Study of State Feminism. New-York: Oxford University Press, 39-61.

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