Inger Skjelsbæk's expertise on gender, and women's experiences specifically, intersecting with war and conflict, and peace and security, is an important contribution to the Centre for Gender Research
Master Rannveig Svendby will defend her dissertation for the degree of ph.d.: Becoming the ‘Other’ A qualitative study of power, masculinities and disabilities in the lives of young drivers after road traffic accidents
Master Anne Bitsch will defend her dissertation for the degree of ph.d.: The Geography of Rape: A Study of the Legal Mangement of Sexual Citizenship in Norway
Professor Helene Aarseth was newly appointed Director at the Centre for Gender Research.
Reinert Skumsnes recently defended his dissertation for the degree of PhD: Patterns of change and disclosures of difference. Family and gender in New Kingdom Egypt: titles of non-royal women.
Lois McNay was recently appointed Professor II at the Centre for Gender Research in collaboration with the Faculty of Social Science.
- Non-disabled Ableism: An Autoethnography of Cultural Encounters between a Non-disabled Researcher and Disabled People in the Field Jan. 30, 2019 4:07 PM
- The three-year tenure as NORA editors is coming to an end with a special issue Jan. 11, 2019 1:31 PM
- Theorising women and war in Kurdistan: a feminist and critical perspective Sep. 5, 2018 3:46 PM