- Emma Goldman's Anarchism and Feminism in a Scandinavian Context (STK 2017-2021)
- New sexualities - new vulnerabilities? (STK 2018-2022)
- Too drunk to fuck? – Exploring the boundaries between consensual and non-consensual sexual encounters under the influence of alcohol (STK 2019-2023)
- Frozen fertility: Elective Egg Banking among Norwegian Women (STK 2019-2023)
- Epistemic injustice in academia: Class, Race and Gender in feminist knowledge production (STK 2019-2023)
Equality and Excellence in Sustainable Balance? (NFR 2020-2023)
- Gender equality, diversity and societal security (NordForsk 2018-2021)
- Future Research- and Organizational development in Natural sciences, Technology and Theology – FRONT2 (NFR 2019-2022)
- EgFem – Egyptology, feminist theory and alternative worlds: Body/sex/gender in New Kingdom Egypt, and their affective environments (NFR 2020-2023)
- ALCITfem – Activism and Its Moral and Cultural Foundations: Alternative Citizenship and Women’s Roles in Kurdistan and the Diaspora (EEA and Norway Grants 2021-2023)
Tone Brekke and Sunniva Serigstad (STK) have received funding from the Fritt Ord Foundation for their book project on the history of gender research in Norway.
Helene Aarseth, Jørn Ljunggren, and Rebecca Lund (STK) have started work on a new research project about the effects of the growing focus on excellence in academia.
Tone Brekke and Sunniva Serigstad at STK have started work on a new book that will provide new insights into the development of gender research as a discipline in Norway between 1975 and 2010.
Lotta K. Snickare was recently appointed as researcher on the project Front 2 - Future Research and Organizational Development in Natural Sciences, Technology and Theology (2019-2022).
Wendelmoet Hamelink recently completed her Marie Skłodowska-Curie funded Postdoctoral project IMEX – Images in Exile. Gender and representation among Syrian Kurdish women in Scandinavia, hosted by the Centre for Gender Research, University of Oslo.
Solveig Laugerud recently completed her dissertation The Legible Rape Victim: How the Disiplinary Discourses Create a New Victim Identity, and among others explore how victims become objects of knowledge in legal proceedings and how victims in these processes create themselves as credible victims.
Are you wondering why we celebrate Pride? STK has collected a handful of texts from UiO-researchers, and other relevant partners, that we hope can provide some insight into the research being conducted on Pride related topics.
This PhD-course gives an introduction to Institutional Ethnography (IE), explore core concepts of IE, and engage with methodological tools and procedures for exploring organised social interaction.
The Centre for Gender Research welcomes Visiting Scholars from other academic institutions, nationally and internationally. We will provide an office space, access to IT-facilities, good and safe-data storage facilities, full access to the University of Oslo library, and the chance to be an active and integrated part of the Centre while here.
Application deadline: March 15.
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.
- Helene Aarseth: Against the grain? The craving for domestic femininity in a gender-egalitarian welfare state Nov. 9, 2020 2:34 PM
- Tove Pettersen: Caring for More Than Humans: Ecofeminism and Care Ethics in Conversation Oct. 19, 2020 8:50 AM
- A new generation of business masculinity? Privileged high school boys in a gender egalitarian context Sep. 22, 2020 2:27 PM