2012 – 2020 Ph.D., Sociology, Masaryk University
2009 – 2012 Master's, Sociology, Masaryk University
2009 – 2012 Master's, Gender Studies, Charles University
2007 – 2010 Bachelor, Philosophy & Fim Studies, Palacky University
2006 – 2009 Bachelor, Sociology & Gender Studies, Masaryk University
2015 – 2016 Fulbright Scholarship, Center for Cultural Sociology, Yale University, New Haven, USA
Vanda Maufras Černohorská, Ph.D., focuses on gender inequalities in the context of feminist institutionalism and intersectional perspective. Currently, she works at the National Contact Centre for Gender & Science, focusing on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and related policies on existing gender inequalities as part of the RESISTIRÉ research team. In the past years, she explored the effect of the European Structural Funds on gender equality in the Czech labor market. Her doctoral research investigated the relationship between digital technologies and the contemporary feminist movement in the Czecho-Slovak region. Her other research interests include the issue of qualitative methods and multi-disciplinary approaches within the social research and co-creation practices related to gender-sensitive policy design. She was awarded a Fulbright grant and spent 2015/2016 as a Visiting Assistant in Research at the Yale Center for Cultural Sociology.
Since 2013, Vanda has worked for the NGO sector, both in the Czech Republic and abroad, focusing mainly on migration issues and women’s rights. As of 2020, she serves as a chairwoman of the Gender Expert Chamber of the Czech Republic.
Černohorská, V. M. 2019. “Who’s Afraid of the Istanbul Convention? Resisting ‘Gender Ideology’ in the Age of Digital Feminism”. Pp. 91-107 in Feministische ZIrkulationen zwischen Ost und West, ed. by Annette Bühler-Dietrich. Berlin: Frank & Timm.
Černohorská, V. M. 2019. “New Media Activism and Central European Feminism”. Pp. 269-283 in Handbook of Contemporary Feminism, ed. by Andrea Press and Tasha Oren. New York: Routledge.