International Feminist Journal of Politics: Does European Union Studies Have a Gender Problem? Experiences From Studying Brexit

The absence of feminist contributions helped to marginalize equality and fundamental rights in the accession agreements 10 years ago.

This is according to the May 2018 article by Roberta Guerrina et al. on the omission of gender in EU studies , which argues that this omission is being repeated today in debates and discussions around Brexit.

The article explores the effects of the omission of gender and intersectionality in theory and practice, as what sustains it.

It also asks how the UK’s decision to leave the EU has heightened the marginalisation of feminist scholarship.

Read the article in full.