Supervisors and examiners are invited to nominate candidates for STK's award for best master's thesis / professional study with a gender perspective, submitted at the University of Oslo. Deadline for nomination is December 31.
Rebecca Lund and Janne Tienari’s article ‘Passion, care, and eros in the gendered neoliberal university’ (2019) was recently selected among the Editors’ Picks of articles on Feminism and Organization, published in the journal Organization over the last 20 years.
The Center for Gender Research wants to put issues of men and masculinity more clearly on the agenda in gender research, and is therefore launching a new seminar series that discusses masculinity from different perspectives.
In this course feminist ethical theories will be applied when discussing concrete cases concerning reproductive autonomy, private and professional care-work, and social, global and environmental injustice.
Lois McNay argues that contemporary critical theorists have lost touch with critical theory’s initial stance, where theorizing starts from experience. She finds that their overriding concern with justificatory issues means that they fail to produce sociologically grounded accounts of oppression.
This years Oslo Pride theme History focuses on knowledge about the past - why do we really celebrate Pride? STK has created a knowledge resource, that through a number of different contributions, seeks to tell parts of this story.
- Passion, care, and eros in the gendered neoliberal university Nov. 29, 2019 1:32 PM
- Bodies and boundaries in three generations Nov. 11, 2019 12:44 PM
- Institutional Ethnography in the Nordic Region Oct. 11, 2019 10:33 AM