Helene Aarseth (STK) has published the article "The implicit epistemology of metric governance: New conceptions of motivational tensions in the corporate university" in the latest issue of Critical Studies in Education.
Rebecca Lund (STK) has co-edited the latest issue of Critical Studies in Education, together with Jill Blackmore and Julie Rowlands (Deakin University). This special issue focuses on epistemic governance of diverse research practices and knowledge production.
Beret Bråten (STK) has published the chapter "The authority of Norwegian hospital chaplains" in Complexities of Spiritual Care in Plural Societies (ed. Grung, 2022).
Wendy Hamelink (STK) has recently published the article "A narrative approach to displacement, gender and conflict: motivations of Kurdish women to leave Syria in times of lawlessness" in the Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.
Harriet Bjerrum Nielsen (STK) has edited the newly published Gender and Generation in China Today (Routledge, 2021).
Eirinn Larsen, Sigrun Marie Moss and Inger Skjelsbæk have co-edited the book Gender Equality and Nation Branding in the Nordic Region (Routledge, 2021).
Harriet Bjerrum Nielsen (STK) has recently published the article "Constructing and Researching the Object in Time and Space" in the edited volume Constructing Social Research Objects: Constructionism in Research Practice (eds. Leiulfsrud and Sohlberg).
The most recent issue of Gender, Work and Organization is a special issue on feminist solidarity. Rebecca Lund (STK) is among the guest editors for this issue.
As part of the Monster Network, Sara Orning (STK) has published the chapter "Collective Voices and the Materialisation of Ideas: The Monster as Methods" in Monstrous Ontologies: Politics Ethics Materiality.
Rebecca Lund (STK), Kirsten Locke (University of Auckland), Susan Wright (Aarhus University) have published the article "Rethinking Gender Equity in the Contaminated University: A Methodology for Listening for Music in the Ruins" in Gender, Work & Organization.
Sara E. S. Orning (STK) has interviewed academic and activist Sunaura Taylor in the latest issue of New Literary History. This issue also features a response to the interview, written by Judith Butler.
Tove Pettersen has written the chapter "Feminist Care Ethics: Contributions to Peace Theory" in the recently published Routledge Handbook of Feminist Peace Research.
Rebecca Lund has written the chapter "Invoking Work Knowledge: Exploring the Social Organization of Producing Gender Studies" in the recently published The Palgrave Handbook of Institutional Ethnography (eds. Luken and Vaughan).
Rebecca Lund (STK) and Louise Morley (University of Sussex) have published the article "The Affective Economy of Feminist Leadership in Finnish Universities: Class-based Knowledge for Navigating Neoliberalism and Neuroliberalism" in Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education.
The latest issue of Politics, Religion & Ideology focuses on gender and the far right, and has been edited by Inger Skjelsbæk (STK) and Katrine Fangen (ISS, UiO).
Helene Aarseth has published the article "Against the grain? The craving for domestic femininity in a gender-egalitarian welfare state" in the European Journal of Women's Studies.
Tove Pettersen has recently published the article "Caring for More Than Humans: Ecofeminism and Care Ethics in Conversation" in the collection Between Closeness and Evil: A Festschrift for Arne Johan Vetlesen (ed. Lysaker).
Pål Halvorsen (Nord University) and Jørn Ljunggren (STK) have published the article 'A new generation of business masculinity? Privileged high school boys in a gender egalitarian context' in the journal Gender and Education.
Beatrice Halsaa has reviewed Rauna Kuokkanen’s Restructuring Relations: Indigenous Self-Determination, Governance and Gender in the latest edition of NORA.
The latest issue of NORA - Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research focuses on approaches to and conceptualizations of intersectionality in Nordic feminist research and activism. The special issue editors are Kirsten Hvenegaard-Lassen (Roskilde University), Dorthe Staunæs (Aarhus University) and Rebecca Lund (STK).
Reinert Skumsnes (STK) has published the article "Patterns of change and disclosures of difference: the feminine element as medium of transformation in New Kingdom tomb representations" in Methods and models in ancient history: Essays in honor of Jørgen Christian Meyer (eds. Mæhle, Ravnå, Seland).
Tove Pettersen has reviewed “On ne naît pas femme : on le devient…”: The Life of a Sentence, by Bonnie Mann and Martina Ferrari (eds.) in the latest edition of the journal Simone de Beauvoir Studies.
Tove Pettersen has published the chapter "Simone de Beauvoir and the 'Lunacy Known as "Philosophical System"'" in the book Methodological Reflections on Women’s Contribution and Influence in the History of Philosophy (eds. Thorgeirsdottir and Hagengruber).
Beatrice Halsaa has published the article "Cross Movement Mobilisation — Perspectives from the Global North and South" in Moving the Social: Journal of Social History and the History of Social Movements.
Solveig Laugerud has published the article "Embodied truths and authentic selves: The constitution of evidence and credibility in rape cases" in The International Journal of Evidence & Proof.