Feminist theory

Feminist theory

26 August 2019
Whatever you find when you google depends on the people who have developed the algorithms. American researcher fears enhanced sexism and racism unless the IT sector begins to promote diversity.
30 April 2018
When Simone de Beauvoir’s feminist classic The Second Sex was published in Norway in 1970, both sexuality and existentialism were downplayed. “She was made popular,” says Ida Hove Solberg, who has examined the Norwegian translations of de Beauvoir’s work.
27 February 2015

According to Professor of Literature Toril Moi, feminist theory has become so abstract that it no longer says anything about ordinary women’s lives. Concepts like intersectionality have become so overtheoretical that they no longer apply to people’s actual experiences.

29 March 2011

Why is killing one’s enemies regarded as more important than raising children? This question was posed by the philosopher “Sophia” as early as the 1700s. “Feminist philosophy didn’t emerge in the 1960s. Questions like these have a long-standing tradition in the field,” says philosopher Tove Pettersen of the University of Oslo.

Publikasjoner

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Sandberg, Paula Koskinen, Rebecca Lund & Tiina Suopajärvi (eds.)
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2019
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Prøitz, Lin, Erik Carlquist & Katrina Roen
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2018
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Schalk, Meike, Thérèse Kristiansson and Ramia Mazé
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2017
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Revelles-Benavente, Beatriz & Ana M. González Ramos
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2017
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Spanger, Marlene & May-Len Skilbrei (Eds.)
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2017