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ATHENE UNBOUND - feministnetworking@TUWien

Vasiliki-Maria Archodoulaki, Viktoria Illyés, Inge Manka, Lauren Janko, Bettina Mihalyi-Schneider, Stefanie Taibl

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from left to right: Vasiliki-Maria Archodoulaki, Viktoria Illyés, Inge Manka, Lauren Janko, Bettina Mihalyi-Schneider, Stefanie Taibl, Sabine Köszegi

Dinah Gaffal, Vasiliki-Maria Archodoulaki, Viktoria Illyés

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from left to right: Dinah Gaffal, Vasiliki-Maria Archodoulaki, Viktoria Illyés

Dinah Gaffal, Vasiliki-Maria Archodoulaki, Viktoria Illyés, Inge Manka

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from left to right: Dinah Gaffal, Vasiliki-Maria Archodoulaki, Viktoria Illyés, Inge Manka

Vasiliki-Maria Archodoulaki, Viktoria Illyés, Inge Manka

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from left to right: Vasiliki-Maria Archodoulaki, Viktoria Illyés, Inge Manka

Lauren Janko, Bettina Mihalyi-Schneider, Stefanie Taibl

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from left to right: Lauren Janko, Bettina Mihalyi-Schneider, Stefanie Taibl

Sabine Köszegi

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Sabine Köszegi

Why and for what purpose do women's networks or feminist networks exist at the faculties of the TU Vienna? What makes them successful and what challenges do they face?

The three feminist faculty networks at TU Vienna - FemChem, opens an external URL in a new window (Faculty of Technical Chemistry), FemTUme (Faculty of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering) and Claiming*Spaces, opens an external URL in a new window (Faculty of Architecture and Planning) discussed these and other questions in the course of the TUesdayLounge, exchanged experiences and invited to network together afterwards.

We would like to thank TUesdayLounge and Sabine Köszegi for hosting and Dinah Gaffal for leading the panel discussion.