Does identity politics as it is currently manifesting itself offer a suitable avenue towards social justice, or has it become a recipe for cultural antagonism, political polarization, and new forms of injustice? This online debate is arranged by the Holberg Prize, and among the participants is philosopher and gender theorist Judith Butler.
In this seminar researcher Marry-Anne Karlsen at the Centre for Women’s and Gender Research (SKOK) at the University of Bergen, will present her new book ‘Migration Control and Access to Welfare: The Precarious Inclusion of Irregular Migrants in Norway’.
The InterGender Research school in Interdisciplinary Gender Studies invites to a creative writing workshop for PhD Candidates and Advanced MA Students. The National Research School in Norway is connected to InterGender and all courses are open for Norwegian participants. Deadline for registration is November 21.
This PhD course explores feminist visions for environmental justice and offers a framework for thinking about the intersections between feminist theory and environmental justice. It is organized by InterGender (International Consortium for Interdisciplinary Feminist Research Training) and SKOK (The Centre for Women’s and Gender Research at The University of Bergen). Application deadline: 7 November 2021.
Rusfeltets samarbeidsorgan, Actis, ønsker velkommen til Desemberkonferansen 2021 som tematiserer kjønnsbaserte forskjeller i forskning, rusbruk, skadepotensiale og behandling, skam og tabu, tidlig intervensjonsmetoder for unge jenter og kvinner som pårørende.
The Nordic Centre of Excellence on women in technology-driven careers (NORDWIT) invites to the final project conference Challenging the Nordic Gender Paradox: Gender in the Nordic Research and Innovation Area at the Uppsala University in Sweden. Conference registration deadline: 20 January 2022.
The theme for the NORA (Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research) Conference 2022 is “Tensions and Potentials in Nordic Feminist and Gender Research”. The aim is to provide perspectives from the Nordic region on all levels of the research field, and to make these perspectives visible in the Nordic societies as well as the international research field.
Center for Køn, Seksualitet og Forskellighed ved Københavns Universitet og Foreningen for Kønsforskning i Danmark arrangerer denne konferansen som over to dager vil presentere og diskutere aktuelle tema for dansk kjønnsforskning.
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”.