Sarah Arnold is Lecturer in Media at Maynooth University. She is programme coordinator for the MA in Critical and Creative Media and teaches subjects including Media Industries, Reality and Television, Screen Production, and Research Methods.
Ieva Balčiūnė is a PhD candidate in the Lithuanian Institute of History and Vilnius University. Her PhD research focuses on abandonment of children in Soviet Lithuania. Ieva’s field of study is Soviet social history, areas of interest include family planning policies and everyday practices, family ideology and history of childhood.
Associate Professor of Literature at the Department of English Philology at Vilnius University. Areas of interest: representations of deviance in literature, also the narratives of space and place in contemporary literature, memory studies.
Dagnė Beržaitė is Associate Professor of Russian Literature at Vilnius University. Her current research interests include History of Russian Literature, Classical Russian novel, Russian Literary Criticism.
Jenny Björklund is Associate Professor of Gender Studies and Comparative Literature at Uppsala University.
Research Development Officer , coordinates ERC / EU H2020 / Horizon Europe (MSCA, FET, Infrastructure, SC4, SC6, SC7; Twinning projects.
Ciara Bradley is a Lecturer at Maynooth University Department of Applied Social Studies, community development worker, community work educator and social scientist.
Mercedes Carbayo Abengozar
Mercedes Carbayo-Abengozar is Assistant Professor at Maynooth University Depratment of Spanish and Latin American Studies.
Jūratė Charenkova is Project coordinator at the faculty of Philosophy of Vilnius University. Jūratė is a recent PhD in Sociology graduate.
Marian is an Associate Professor in Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour in Maynooth University School of Business, Ireland. Her research interests include careers, migration and identity.
Dovilė Čitavičiūtė is PhD student at Vilnius University and the Institute of Lithuanian Literature and Folklore. She is working on her dissertiation on the imagi(ni)ng of women in the neo-Latin literature of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.
Margaretha Fahlgren, Senior professor, Dept of Literature, Uppsala University. My research interests are narratives of motherhood in contemporary literature.
Violeta Gevorgianienė is Associate Professor at the Institute of Sociology and Social Work, Vilnius University. Her background is in special education and social work.
Lisa Grahn is a PhD student at the Department of Literature at Uppsala University. She is writing a dissertation about the theme of motherhood in the works of the Swedish author Sara Lidman.
Valerie Heffernan is a Professor of Literary and Cultural Studies. Her research focuses on representations of mothering, mothers, and motherhood in contemporary literature and culture.
Inga Hilbig is Research Assistant at the Department of Lithuanian Studies, Institute of Applied Linguistics, Vilnius University. She is interested in sociolinguistics of early (childhood) bilingualism, linguistic (im)politeness and cross-cultural communication.
Vida Jakutienė is a Vice Dean of Projects and Public Relations at Vilnius University Faculty of Philosophy.
Director of the Institute of English, Romance and Classical Studies, Faculty of Philology, Vilnius University (from 2018), Associate Professor at the Department of Classical Philology.
Aida Jungaitytė is a Project Administrator at Vilnius University Faculty of Philology.
Eglė Kačkutė is Associate Professor in French/Francophone and Migration Studies at Vilnius University. She is interested in processes of gendered and transnational identity production and representation.
Vitalija Kazlauskienė is Assistant Professor at Institute of Applied Linguistics, Centre for Multilingual Studies, Vilnius University,
Jules Kielmann is currently working on a PhD-thesis on gender, nation and authorship in the early 19th-century writer Amalie von Helvig.
Assistant Professor of Social Work in the Department of Applied Social Studies at Maynooth University. Her research focuses on experiences of marginalisation and is strongly influenced by the combination of previous work in mental health, child welfare and community development services.
PhD student of Etnohology at the Institute of Asian and Transcultural Studies, Faculty of Philosophy.
Dovilė Kuzminskaitė is Assistant Professor in Vilnius University, Faculty of Philology, Institute for Literary, Cultural and Translation Studies. Her research area is Latin American literature and Contemporary literature in Spanish language.
Research Development Officer, coordinates Institutional strategic bids (all funding sources) and Internal Funding Schemes H2020.
Kathryn McGarry is Assistant Professor in the Department of Applied Social Studies, Maynooth University. Her research interests include gender, risk and social justice, sexuality and critical feminist methodologies.
Atėnė Mendelytė (PhD, Lund University) is a film scholar and Assistant Professor at the Center of Scandinavian Studies, Vilnius University. She teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in film, media, and visual studies.
Rūta Morkūnienė is MD, PhD student and junior assistant at the Department of Anatomy, Histology and Anthropology of Institute of Biomedical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, Vilnius University.
Anne O’ Brien is Associate Professor and Head of Department of Media Studies at Maynooth University. Research interests include gender and media production as well as motherhood and work.
Donata Pečiukėnienė is a Research Projects Coordinator at Vilnius University Research & Innovation Department.
Diana Ramašauskaitė is Professor of Vilnius University Clinic of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Head of the Center in Obstetrics and Gynaecology of Vilnius University Hospital Santaros Clinic.
Meilutė Ramonienė is professor and Head of the Institute of Applied Linguistics at Vilnius University.
Julie Rodgers is Associate Professor at Department of French Studies at Maynooth University. Julie’s research focuses on Quebec Literature and Culture and Contemporary Women’s Writing and Film in French.
Associate Professor in Law, Maynooth University; Director of Undergraduate Studies, Department of Law; Areas of interest: family law, child law, non-traditional and new families, LGBTQ+ families and parenting, legal gender recognition.
Sigrid Schottenius Cullhed
Sigrid Schottenius Cullhed is Associate Professor in the Department of Literature at Uppsala University, Sweden.
Maria Sebastià Sáez
Maria Sebastià Sáez is Associate Professor at the Institute for Literary, Cultural and Translation Studies of Vilnius University.
Greta Skubiejūtė is last year PhD student at Vilnius University. Her reasearch is focused on single mother families and social policy.
Daiva Skučienė is Associate Professor at Social Policy Department at Vilnius University. She is interested in family policy, gender, work-life balance, single mothers and policy interventions to solve their problems.
Moynagh Sullivan is Associate Professor at Maynooth University Department of English, researcher in motherhood, gender and psychoanalysis.
MD, post doc researcher at the Dep of Neuroscience, Psychiatry, Uppsala University. My research focus is psychiatric illness during pregnancy and the postpartum period.
Associate Professor of Literature at the Department of English Philology at Vilnius University. Fields of interest: environmental humanities, literature and material culture.
Lina Šumskaitė is Assistant Professor at Vilnius University at the Sociology and Social Work Institute, Social Policy Department. She defended her PhD in sociology in 2014 entitled Fathering Practices of Men.
Associate Professor, director of the Institute of Sociology and Social Work, Faculty of Philosophy, Vilnius University.
Anzelma Ūselienė is a Research Projects Coordinator at Vilnius University Research & Innovation Department.
Helena Wahlström Henriksson
Helena Wahlström Henriksson is Professor of Gender Studies and Associate professor in American Literature at Uppsala University.
Professor, Dept. of Literature, Uppsala University. My research topics are narratives of motherhood in contemporary literature.
Orlagh Woods is a PhD student and recipient of the John & Pat Hume Doctoral Scholarship working in the English Department at Maynooth University.