Nemko building (map)
Gaustadalléen 30 D
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.
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.
Inger Skjelsbæk has published the article "Gender and war: Bosnian psychologists dealing with conflict related sexual violence during and after war" in the book Human Rights Education for Psychologists (Polli Hagenaars et al. eds.).
Article written by Beatrice Halsaa, Pauline Stoltz and Christel Stormhøj, published in Intersectionality in Feminist and Queer Movements: Confronting Privileges (eds. Evans & Lépinard).
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.
Article written by Solveig Laugerud published in BioSocieties 15.1.
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).
Inger Skjelsbæk and Torunn Lise Tryggestad has published the article "Pro-gender Norms in Norwegian Peace Engagement: Balancing Experiences, Values, and Interests" in the journal Foreign Policy Analysis 16(2).
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).