Nemko building (map)
Gaustadalléen 30 D
The seminar is canceled due to sickness.
Anthropologist Dr. Carol Berger will give a guest lecture on sexualised violence in South Sudan and review the strategies of western humanitarian interventions to prevent such gender-based violence.
In this seminar, one of the world's foremost men and masculinities researchers, prof James W. Messerschmidt, presents recent advances in hegemonic masculinity theory and method development.
The day after Donald Trump’s inauguration as president, 4,5 million people took to the streets in Women’s Marches all over the world, in one of the largest civil rights demonstrations in history. Hannah Helseth and Nancy Fraser will discuss the road ahead for feminism.
How do processes of social and economic change effect gender and generational relations?
We welcome you to the International Conference on gender and generations in times of social change in August 2017.
The conference is hosted by The Centre for Gender Research at the University of Oslo and is the 6th conference of the Sino-Nordic Women and Gender Studies Conference Series6th
This seminar presents and discusses a new book by Harriet Bjerrum Nielsen: Feeling Gender. A Generational and Psychosocial Approach, published by Palgrave-Macmillan.
Rebecca Lund, Postdoktor ved Aarhus Universitet, kommer for å snakke om hvordan global konkurranse skaper nye akademiske idealer og identiteter.
The Center for Gender Research, in collaboration with the Norwegian Society of Egyptologists and the Museum of Cultural History, has the pleasure to announce a lecture on the significance of family and kinship in ancient Egypt by Dr. Leire Olabarria from the University of Oxford.
The course is organised by the National research School in Gender Studies in collaboration with gender research centers and communities in Norway.
Registration by 15 October 2016 (to be announced at KILDENs website)
In conjunction with the newly published book «CyberGenetics: Health genetics and new media", Professor Sally Wyatt will be giving a guest lecture at the Centre for Gender Research.
"Eating your words" is an English idiom meaning to recant or take back an opinion. But why would a woman literally eat words written on paper? What does this act of ingestion mean in historical, social, and reproductive terms? This talk examines the unusual logophagous behavior of women in magical realist novels set in the Caribbean.
This three days conference will focus on women in history in a double sense: How are women portrayed in various genres of historical writing, and in what kind of historical genres did women writers themselves invest?
Please registrer before September 25, 2015