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Dr. Estelle Bartlett: 'The Maternal Body, Abjection and Creative Production'
In this lecture Dr. Barrett will revisit the work of Julia Kristeva to elaborate how creative production is founded on the maternal body.
Symposium: Is ‘action research’ in the genealogy of ‘artistic/creative research’?
This seminar addresses the contemporary methodology of artistic/creative research from a feminist-genealogical perspective: how is artistic/creative research genealogically linked to action research? The seminar is organised by the Graduate Gender Programme of Utrecht University.
28.05.2013 - 30.05.2013
PhD course: Theories of affect
Professor David L. Eng will consider the politics of affect from a number of critical perspectives and disciplines. The course is also open to master students.
Young Researchers Seminar on Gender and Sexuality
This interdisciplinary Young Researchers’ Seminar on Gender and Sexuality is being organised at the University of Antwerp. Guest speakers are Davina Cooper, Professor of Law and Political Theory at the AHRC Research Centre for Law, Gender & Sexuality at the University of Kent, and Joyce Outshoorn, Professor of Women’s Studies at the University of Leiden.
30.05.2013 - 01.06.2013
Gender, Sexual Nationalism, Antisemitism, and Orientalism in European Identity Discourses
Taking our lead from new theoretical perspectives on "Sexual Nationalism", neo-Orientalism and contemporary veil performances, this workshop will start with a discussion of current debates about the comparability of Antisemitism and "Islamophobia". Secondly, it will concentrate on historical constructions of Jewish identity from the perspective of colonialism and Orientalism.
Seminar: Gender implications of the Arab Spring
In this seminar a special emphasis will be given to gender implications of the Arab spring.
04.06.2013 - 05.06.2013
Shifting to post-crisis welfare states in Europe? – Long Term and Short Term Perspectives
Welfare states develop, change and adapt to changing circumstances. Long-term incremental transformations, short-term ruptures and crises have been intertwined in the making and changing of welfare states. The format of the conference is a combination of plenary keynotes given by some of the most central welfare researchers of today and paper sessions where the work of well-established researchers, post-doctoral researchers and PhD students are discussed.
05.06.2013 - 07.06.2013
Irigaray Circle Conference 2013: "Thinking Life"
This international conference will examine in various ways the implications of Irigaray’s thinking on sexual difference for re-thinking life today.
26.08.2013 - 30.08.2013
NOISE Summer School 2013
The NOISE 2013 Summer School is called 'Naturecultures in Feminist Academia, Art and Activism'. This year’s (the 21st) edition of NOISE will introduce cutting edge scholarship at the crossroads of gender studies, performance studies and philosophy of science.
28.08.2013 - 30.08.2013
PhD course: Queer Theory's Foucault
This course will read Michel Foucault’s critical influence on the intellectual and political formation of queer theory since it emerged as a distinct body of knowledge in the early 1990s. The course is also open to master students.
14.10.2013 - 15.10.2013
Gendered Citizenship: History, Politics and Democracy: The Ida Blom Conference
Norway was a pioneer state in Europe introducing the general vote for both men and women in 1913. As part of the 100-year celebration, The University of Bergen and Uni Rokkan Centre will organize an international conference on gendered citizenship. The conference is named after Professor Emerita Ida Blom from the University of Bergen, recently appointed an honorary member of the American Historical Society.
04.06.2014 - 06.06.2014
Nordic Conference on Men and Masculintiies; Emerging ideas in masculinity research Masculinity studies in the North
Suggested workshops are, for example: Economy/financial crisis, the affective turn and masculinity studies, relations between queer theory and masculinity studies, global masculinities, family work balance, antifeminism and xenophobia, men and feminism „up North“, confronting sexual violence,theory and practice in working with men, masculinity and media, fatherhood and parental leave,trafficking in the North.
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