Sandra Hansen (TF) has won the prize for the best MA thesis with a gender perspective submitted at the University of Oslo in 2022.
“The binary view of gender was particularly dominant in the 1950s,” says Ketil Slagstad. He has written a paper on the history of trans medicine.
Articles about intersectionality, academic freedom, and Toril Moi were among the most read last year.
"I believe that any sentence you utter is an expression of a judgment. It’s a judgment of how you see the world", Toril Moi says.
Artificial intelligence is expected to open up great opportunities for society, but what do we know about artificial intelligence and gender equality?
Gender Equality in Research in Europe
Kilden genderreseach.no has mapped similarities and differences among European knowledge centres that work with gender perspectives and gender balance in research.
Master suppression techniques
Master suppression techniques are strategies people or groups of people can use to dominate or humiliate others in a subtle, indirect way.
How is the global anti-gender movement impacting research and activism in Norway?
The so-called "anti-gender movement" is a global phenomenon intent on rolling back the hard-won rights of women and LGBTQAI+ peoples around the world. The movement claims that liberal progress has gone "too far," especially as it relates to sexual and gender freedom. The 2023 SKOK debate, organized by Centre for Women’s and Gender Research (SKOK) at UiB, SAIH and Litteraturhuset i Bergen, will focus on the “anti gender” movement. With Elisabeth Lund Engebretsen (UiS), dr. Halye McEwan (University of Gothenburg) and Erwin Rapiz Navarro and Rowan Maddox (UiB)
ReproMan: Critical Studies of Reproductive Masculinities
Research and public discourse about reproductive technologies tend to emphasize the experiences and practices of women. This seminar explores how men are implicated as users of emergent reproductive technologies. With Charlotte Kroløkke.