NTNU Gender Studies is pleased to announce it will host a graduate conference on research conducted across the humanities with a focus on gender.
What does the decriminalisation mean for the LGBTQIA community in India and abroad?
In this conference, we aim to focus on the multiple and diverse masculinities ‘at work’ in the processes of professionalization and career management that typify modern working life.
A public conversation with Mohamed Abdi (Oslo-based writer and political commentator), Faith Mwkesha (U Helsinki, director of Sahwira Africa), Anna-Maria Sörberg (Stockholm-based freelance journalist), and Gavan Titley (U Helsinki/Maynooth, author). Chair: Elisabeth Lund Engebretsen, UiS.
Democratic Participation in Society - How to live together?
This is the first of three workshops in the two-year project, Transforming Identities: Exploring changes, tensions and visions in the Nordic region through the prism of identity politics. At the University of Stavanger.
We are pleased to invite you to the annual Vilhelm Aubert memorial lecture by Professor Emerita of Sociology, Patricia Hill Collin.
Debatten rundt nasjonalistiske grupper i USA aktualiserer et ubesvart spørsmål i det amerikanske samfunnet: Hvordan kan man ha et velfungerende deltakende demokrati når borgerne ikke er likeverdige?
Satu Lidman visits the NTNU GenderHub from the University of Turku to give a talk based on her recent book, Gender, Violence and Attitudes.
Vi feirer 20 år som formidlere av norsk kjønnsforskning med fest og seminar om kjønnsforskningens historie og fremtid.
The conference “Sexuality and Consumption” will take a close look at how sex and consumption have interacted since the 18th century. It focuses especially on forms of hybridization.
Haunted Bodies, Haunting Ideas: Panel debate in connection with the art exhibition Frail Mighty
Artists Tove Kjellmark (S), Marit Victoria Wulff Andreassen (N), and artists and curators participating discuss questions of frailty, body, humanity and power. Convenor: Aino-Kaisa Koistinen (University of Jyväskylä and member of The Monster Network). At Stavanger Kunsthall.
Monster Talks: Open lecture and debate
Marking the 200th anniversary for the publication of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (1818), we invite to a public lecture on the story of dr. Frankenstein and his Creature. At UIS.
This PhD course concentrates on the ongoing work of the participating PhD students on kinship, care and support networks located at sexual and gendered margins.
GEA 2018 will provide a forum to explore the challenges and strategies for educators, researchers and participants in higher education in these complex times where conservative and authoritarian agendas are gaining ground.
The conference Care – Migration – Gender. Ambivalent Interdependencies from a Transdisciplinary Perspective offers a space to collectively investigate this topic in its complexities and intentionally leaves space for the discussion of ambivalences.
We welcome you to the 2nd International Conference on Gender Research which seeks to further establish a platform where academics and professionals can come together to share and learn.
Border Regimes, Territorial Discourses & Feminist Politics
Keynotes and paper sessions will focus on a range of research topics related to domestic violence relevant to practice, services and policy development. We invite you to come and share your most recent findings and ideas and to meet old and new colleagues and friends here in Oslo.
Jämställdhetsmyndigheten söker en kommunikationsstrateg som tillsammans med chef och övriga medarbetare kommer att vara med att bygga upp verksamheten, forma myndighetens identitet och hitta rutiner för det kontinuerliga kommunikationsarbetet.
Nationella sekretariatet för genusforskning har genom Göteborgs universitet i uppdrag från regeringen att främja genusforskning inom universitets- och högskolesektorn.
Nu söker sekretariatet en föreståndare som tillsammans med biträdande föreståndare vill fortsätta utveckla en spännande och dynamisk verksamhet.
Call for papers
In the context of growing migration and the accompanying intensification of border regimes, this formative thesis on the relationship between borders and sexuality needs renewed attention and consideration. How do sexuality and borders intersect?
Why should feminist ethics and gender be a central focus in the work of philosophical and theological ethics?
The 2019 NORA - Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research – conference focuses on the theme of material and symbolic borders in a period of nationalist revival. What explains the return to territoriality? What kind of political, cultural, and social boundaries are being constructed or reproduced? How are border regimes in the present and the past shaping and gendering relations? How are new or redefined boundaries affecting work for social justice and equality as well as intersectional, gender, queer and feminist research? And how can feminist resistance be organized against paternalistic modes that reinstate and reinforce relations of inequality?
We invite you to submit paper proposals, which rely on contemporary and/or historical perspectives, for this cross-disciplinary conference.