Amsterdam Research Centre for Gender and Sexuality arranges this digital event featuring Jan-Therese Mendes who currently is a postdoctoral fellow in studies of gender and race with the Centre for Gender Studies at the University of Stavanger.
Centre for Women’s and Gender Research at the University of Bergen arranges a cross-disciplinary seminar on how the research on sex, gender and the brain seems to be subject to a conflict of concerns.
The conference is a worldwide gathering of women technologists, bringing the research and career interests of women in computing to the forefront, and highlights the contributions of women to the tech world. Arranged by AnitaB.org, a global nonprofit organization.
This year’s PhD gathering hosted by The National Research School for Gender Research will centre on common experiences in the PhD process such as presenting your own research to the outside world and how to learn from the community of gender studies scholars and from your peers. The event will take place the day before the conference Kjønnsforskning NÅ! (Gender Researcher now!).
Stockholm University's conference commemorates the centennial of the introduction of universal and equal suffrage in Sweden. The aim is to initiate and present research on the introduction of womens suffrage.
The XIII Nordic Womens and Gender History Conference will take place at Aarhus University (Denmark), and will highlight and discuss questions of gender, power and disempowerment in all areas of society from a historical perspective.
The European Conferences on Gender Equality in Higher Education have been organized ten times since 1998 across Europe, bringing together hundreds of academics, practitioners and policy makers with an interest in promoting gender equality and diversity in academia and research.
The National Central Library of Taiwan, the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies and Taiwanese Feminist Scholars Association organize a conference on the strategies for and complexities in feminist transformative practices at local, regional, national and transnational levels.
The National Research School for Gender Research arranges its general course this year in Tromsø. This course is for PhD students from the humanities and social sciences who wish to deepen their research from feminist and gender studies perspectives. Application deadline June 1.
The next national gender studies conference in Sweden – G22 – will be held at the Centre for Gender Studies, Karlstad University, with the title “Shaping hopeful futures in times of uncertainties: the challenges and possibilities of gender studies”.
Call for papers
With this general call for papers NORMA: International Journal for Masculinity Studies invites the transdisciplinary scholarly community in masculinity and gender studies to submit papers on the masculinities of COVID-19 to the journal. The call is ongoing.