2018 EECERA Annual Conference, Budapest, Hungary

Andrae, Markus (2018). Gender socialisation in ECE and the significance of male workers. Paper presented on the 28th EECERA Annual Conference, 30.8.2018, Budapest, Hungary.

Bhana, Deevia (2018). Male teachers as sexual predators: The perils of non-dominant masculinity in teaching young children. Paper presented on the 28th EECERA Annual Conference, 30.8.2018, Budapest, Hungary.

Castagna, Vittoria (2018). The kindergarten’s teachers’ self-evaluation process about gender education: a pedagogical research in intercultural contexts. Paper presented on the 28th EECERA Annual Conference, 29.8.2018, Budapest, Hungary.

Eidevald, Christian & Henecke, Birgitta (2018). Preventive and remedial action regarding suspicion of child sexual abuse by ECEC employees – as part of increasing child protection as well as reducing drop outs and increasing the proportion of men. Paper presented on the 28th EECERA Annual Conference, 30.8.2018, Budapest, Hungary.

Kubandt, Melanie (2018). Gender differences: given or made?! Gender constructions of parents and professionals in a German daycare centre. Paper presented on the 28th EECERA Annual Conference, 29.8.2018, Budapest, Hungary.

McHale, Joanne (2018). Male early childhood educators in Ireland: An exploration of the views of female colleagues and parents. Paper presented on the 28th EECERA Annual Conference, 30.8.2018, Budapest, Hungary.

Mousena, Eleni & Trifeni, Sidiropoulou (2018). Contemporary challenges and the rise of men in early childhood education and care in Greece. Paper presented on the 28th EECERA Annual Conference, 30.8.2018, Budapest, Hungary.

Nordli, Arnt; Lysklett, Olaf B. & Emilsen, Kari (2018). Should I stay or should I go? Male student’s motivation for attending ECEC bachelor studies. Paper presented on the 28th EECERA Annual Conference, 29.8.2018, Budapest, Hungary.

Plaisir, Jean; Cole, Kirsten & Reich-Shapiro, Mindi (2018). It’s more than 'he jumps well with the kids’: Recruiting and positioning men in early years settings. Paper presented on the 28th EECERA Annual Conference, 30.8.2018, Budapest, Hungary.

Qin, Guohao & Yang, Jiyu (2018). “Kindergarten could be a men’s garden!” How kindergartens work as Professional Learning Communities to support male teachers de-velopment - an exploration study from China and Norway. Paper presented on the 28th EECERA Annual Conference, 30.8.2018, Budapest, Hungary.

Rohrmann, Tim; Emilsen, Kari; Peeters, Jan; Warin, Jo & Sak, Ramazan (2018). Advantages of gender-mixed teams - recent data, studies, and policy developments. Poster presented on the 28th EECERA Annual Conference, 29.8.2018, Budapest, Hungary.

Rohrmann, Tim; Sak, Ramazan; Şahin Sak, İkbal Tuba & Schauer, Gabriele (2018). Attitudes towards men in ECEC. A comparison of parents' views in Austria and Turkey. Paper presented on the 28th EECERA Annual Conference, 30.8.2018, Budapest, Hungary.

Sullivan, Victoria; Thorpe, Karen & Perales, Francisco (2018). An insider’s view: Women's talk about men in childcare. Paper presented on the 28th EECERA Annual Conference, 30.8.2018, Budapest, Hungary.

Thordardottir, Thordis & Gudbjornsdottir, Gudny (2018). Sexual harassment and gender stereotypes. Teacher students’ views of the importance of gender equality education. Paper presented on the 28th EECERA Annual Conference, 29.8.2018, Budapest, Hungary.

Xu, Yuwei (2018). The gender-diverse practitioners in early childhood education and care (ECEC). Paper presented on the 28th EECERA Annual Conference, 29.8.2018, Budapest, Hungary.

2016 EECERA Annual Conference, Dublin, Ireland

Brandes, Holger & Fuertes, Marina (2016). Are men different? A comparison of German and Portuguese ECEC professionals. Presentation on the 26th EECERA Annual Conference, 1.9.2016, Dublin, Ireland.

Diewald, Irmgard (2016). Men in childcare: the discursive construction of masculinity between heroism and general suspicion. Presentation on the 26th EECERA Annual Conference, 1.9.2016, Dublin, Ireland.

Emilsen, Kari & Ljunggren, Birgitte (2016). Young boys as "Play Resources" in ECECs – an innovative recruitment initiative. Presentation on the 26th EECERA Annual Conference, 2.9.2016, Dublin, Ireland.

Ljunggren, Birgitte & Emilsen, Kari (2016). To be a place with boys and men, a good place to work: Constructions of the gendered ECEC organization. Presentation on the 26th EECERA Annual Conference, 2.9.2016, Dublin, Ireland.

O’Donoghue, Clare & Rohrmann, Tim (2016). Issues of diversity and inclusion in children’s books: results from the UK, Spain and Germany. Presentation on the 26th EECERA Annual Conference, 2.9.2016, Dublin, Ireland.

Warin, Jo; Hellman, Anette & Adriany, Vina (2016). Conversation with male teacher trainees in ECE. A case study from Indonesia. Presentation on the 26th EECERA Annual Conference, 2.9.2016, Dublin, Ireland.

Xu, Yuwei (2015). Children's Needs and Teachers' Gender: Rethinking Male Participation in ECEC Through the Voices of Scottish, Hong Kongese, and Mainland Chinese Young Children. Presentation on the 26th EECERA annual conference, 1.9.2016, Dublin/Ireland.

2009 EECERA Annual conference, Strasbourg, France

Askland, Leif & Nordfjell, Ole Bredesen (2009). Teachers ways of regarding presence and absence of male Early Childhood Teacher Education students.

Peeters, Jan (2009). Gender Diversity and professionalism: a critical analysis of overt and covert curricula.

Rohrmann, Tim (2009). Men´s voices in ECE in Austria. First results of a research project.