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The Centre for Gender Research, in collaboration with the Department of Sociology and Human Geography, offers a PhD-course led by Professor Lois McNay, exploring key topics in the social theories of Pierre Bourdieu, Michel Foucault and Axel Honneth.
The seminar will start off with an introduction by Professor Jacqui True, co-editor of the handbook and Director of Monash GPS , followed by a panel discussion (panelists to be announced). Inger Skjelsbæk (STK), Torunn L. Tryggestad and Louise Olsson (PRIO) have contributed to the handbook. At the event you will get the opportunity to meet them and other Norwegian contributors to the handbook.
The Research School on Peace and Conflict invites applications for the PhD-course Gender, Peace and Conflict to take place at PRIO in Oslo on 6-8 May 2019. The deadline for applications is 6 March 2019.
STK celebrates its latest addition, Professor Inger Skjelsbæk, with an inaugural lecture under the title Conflict Related Sexual Violence in Research and Policy: Mapping out a knowledge field.
Welcome to an afternoon of talks and discussion on groundbreaking developments in diplomacy and peace processes with a focus on gender justice: What is a feminist foreign policy, and does it work? What difference does the entry of women into diplomacy make? How do international efforts address sexualized violence in conflict?
This seminar is organized by STK in collaboration with Kilden kjønnsforksning.no og FOKUS - Forum for Women and Development.
In this workshop, Wendelmoet Hamelink will present the first finds of her Marie Curie research project IMEX, which investigates images, experiences and memories of Syrian Kurdish women in exile. The finds will be presented in dialogue with Nerina Weiss and Iffit Qureshi.
This symposium, dedicated to the scholarship of our newly appointed Professor II, Lois McNay, aims to explore the potentials and challenges of McNay’s scholarship, to revitalize and further develop feminist theorizing grounded in the lived experience of structural oppression in neoliberal capitalist society.
This session, dedicated to gender studies in archaeology, is the result of conversations that have commenced between scholars of gender studies and Egyptology from the University of Oslo (STK) and the University of Oxford, and is part of the Cambridge Annual Student Archaeology Conference.
Welcome to guest lecture with professor Ellen Lewin (University of Iowa): “Just as I Am”: Revealing Authentic Selves in the Fellowship of Affirming Ministries.
Welcome to the 4th queer seminar this spring: Constructing the "Genuine" Refugee with Dr Deniz Akin from NTNU.
The presentation will be in English
Welcome to Queer seminars with Chuyan QIU, Master from the Department of culture studies and oriental languages, University of Oslo.
This presentation is based on Qiu’s recent MA dissertation on the phenomenon of gay-lesbian contract marriage in urban China
Eli Melby vant Våg å vite-prisen for masteroppgaven "Identity Struggles: LHBT Activism in Morocco" i kategorien "sosiologi, samfunnsgeografi, utviklingsstudier, sosialantropologi og OLA" i 2017. Hun kommer til Skeiv seminarrekke for å presentere sine funn.
This 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 Series.
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)
The Centre for Gender Research at the University of Oslo is proud to offer a PhD-course with professor Nancy Fraser this autumn. Nancy Fraser is a Henry A. & Louise Loeb Professor of Political & Social Science at The New School for Social Research and professor II at Centre for Gender Research (STK), University of Oslo.
The Norwegian Institute at Athens, in collaboration with the Centre for Gender Research, University of Oslo, gather scholars to revisit and renew models and understandings of textual, visual and material representations of sex/gender in the ancient world.
This PhD course will explore the history of the concept of relationality and its contemporary uses across a number of fields.
Course leader: Sasha Roseneil, Professor II, STK
Free entrance and open for (extended registration to February, 25).