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Harriet Bjerrum Nielsen from Centre for Gender research is one of the interviewed researchers in this new publication, Understandig Learning and Motivation in Youth.
Written by Elisabeth Lund Engebretsen, Kaisa Ilmonen and Mathias Danbolt. Published in Lambda Nordica 1/2017.
Written by Elisabeth L Engebretsen, senior lecturer at Centre for Gender Research, Paul Boyce from University of Sussex and Silvia Posocco from Birkbeck, University of London. Published June 1, 2017 in Sage Journals
Written by Elisabeth Lund Engebretsen, Senior lecturer at Centre for Gender Research. Published in The Scholar & Feminist Online in october 2017, as part of a special issue titled Thinking Queer Activism Transnationally.
Written by Øystein Gullvåg Holter, professor at Centre for Gender Research and Ewa Krzaklewska, researcher at Jagiellonian University in Krakow.
This exploratory study is situated in a critical tradition. It aims to describe and analyse the reliance on percentage assessments of functional capacity among a group of young adults in rehabilitation after serious motor vehicle accidents.
Written by Maria Dockweiler, Øystein Gullvåg Holter and Lotta Snickare in 2017, in Bodies, Symbols and Organizational Practises: The Gendered Dynamics of Power. Published by Taylor & Francis Ltd/Routledge
Written by: Aina Olsvold, Helene Aarseth, Hilde Bondevik from the University og Oslo
Published in Families, Relationships and Societies, August 24, 2017
First Published October 2, 2017 in Sage Journals Sociology.
By: Rannveig Svendby, Grace Inga Romsland, and Kåre Moen
Rannveig Svendby is a PhD Candidate at Centre for Gender Research
Elisabeth Lund Engebretsen, a senior lecturer at the STK, has contributed a chapter in the recently published volume Transforming patriarchy: Chinese families in the 21st century on University of Washington Press.
Artikkelen ble publisert i det samfunnsgeografiske tidsskriftet Gender, Place and Culture, og er en empirisk studie av hvilke faktorer som innvirker på straffeutmåling i voldtektssaker i Norge.
Øystein Holter Gullvåg, professor ved STK, er bidragsyter i denne internasjonale boka om "de nordiske måtene" - Nordic Ways.
Through interviews with Christian and Muslim women in Norway, Spain and the United Kingdom, this book explores intersections between religion, citizenship, gender and feminism.
Hannah Helseth, ph.d.-stipendiat ved STK, argumenterer i siste nummer av AGORA for at det er særlig to aspekter ved Nancy Frasers teori som kan bidra til å løse opp noen tråder i den flerkulturelle feministiske knuten.
Elisabeth L. Engebretsen, William F. Schroeder and Hongwei Bao (eds).
PhD-candidate Anna Young, STK, has published an article in The Southern Literary Journal, The University of North Carolina Press, USA.
This book is the result of research conducted within FEMCIT: Gendered Citizenship in Multicultural Europe: The Impact of Women’s Movements funded by the European Commission’s A6 th Framework Programme (2007-2011). Beatrice Halsaa at Center for Gender Research in Oslo, was the Scientific Director of the FEMCIT project.
Women's Movements, Gender and Diversity.
Halsaa, Beatrice; Roseneil, Sasha & Sümer, Sevil (ed.) (2012).
The book is the result of research conducted within FEMCIT: Gendered Citizenship in Multicultural Europe: The Impact of Women’s Movements funded by the European Commission’s A6 th Framework Programme (2007-2011). Beatrice Halsaa at Center for Gender Research in Oslo, was the Scientific Director of the FEMCIT project.