The NORA Conference 2022 was held from the 20th to the 22nd of June in Oslo. With over 200 participants, the conference was an excellent chance to gain an overview of what is happening within Nordic feminist and gender research.
The NORA Conference is less than two weeks away. The host organization, conference committee and co-organizers are thrilled to welcome over 200 participants to the University of Oslo on June 20th-22nd.
From this autumn, students taking a BA degree in Interdisciplinary Gender Studies or an MA in Gender Studies at the Centre for Gender Research will be able to do a work placement as part of their degree.
The NORA Conference 2022 will be taking place at the University of Oslo on June 20th-22nd, and will feature a range of exciting keynote speakers, including Professor Raewyn Connell. The deadline for registration, April 4th, is fast approaching.
Thea Johanne Prytz Hammarqvist (IKOS) has won STK’s annual MA award for her analysis of the Japanese novel Yaneura no nishojo (1919). Her thesis asks whether it makes sense to call the book a “lesbian” novel, but also demonstrates how the text challenges concurrent sexological discourses that framed heterosexual marriage as the only correct choice for women.