|21.02.2015 - 29.03.2015 ||Lillestrűm, Norway||Zanele Muholi - The Art of Activism |
Zanele Muholi is an artist and activist from South Africa, who has raised eyebrows with her photographs and documentation of black lesbians, homosexuals and transsexuals. During the course of the exhibition, there will be debates, lectures, and a chance to meet the artist herself.
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|Oslo, Norway||Minorities, nationalism and nation states |
Nationalism is closely connected to the emergence of nation states, in which the construction of various nations included certain groups, whereas others were marginalized and/or excluded. What has the effect of this been for different minorities, be it religious, ethnic, sexual, or related to language, disabilities or gender?
|Oslo, Norway||Ph.D Course: Relationality, Subjectivity and Affective Life |
This PhD course will explore the history of the concept of relationality and its contemporary uses across a number of fields.
|Bergen, Norway||The Queer Art of (Political) Protest |
SKOK welcomes you to the workshop "The Queer Art of (Political) Protest:
Resistance and Re-existence in Inconvenient Spaces" with guest scholar prof J.J.Halberstam.
|Bergen, Norway||A Path So Twisted |
"A Path So Twisted: Thinking Wildly With and Through Punk Feminism" is an open lecture by prof. J.J Halberstam from University of Southern California.
|Oslo, Norway||The Return of Gender? |
This seminar follows up a seminar in October 2014 about the return of gender. It addresses the increasing divergence between the continuous spread of gender-equal practices and the thriving cultivation of gendered lifestyles and aesthetic-expressive imaginaries within the Nordic countries' comparatively gender-equal societies.
|Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark||"When is Gender Measurable?" |
The purpose of this workshop is to explore how quantitative methods are used in the construction of gender in academic and public discourses. The workshop will focus on how questions about gender are formulated and posed in quantitative experimental designs; on the hidden limitations in quantitative methodologies for disclosing and constructing facts about gender; and on the ways that data concerning gender differences are interpreted and over-interpreted in science and society.
|Kvindemuseet, Aarhus, Denmark||Panel discussion: "Active Queering" |
Writer and speaker Mads Ananda Lodahl will interview biologist Professor Anne Fausto-Sterling and economist Professor Julie Nelson about gender from a queer perspective.
|25.03.2015 - 26.03.2015 ||London, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland||The Gendered Dynamics of Power: A One-Day Conference |
How does power continue to operate in a gendered way despite decades of feminist critique? The conference focuses especially on relational and organisational contexts, and deploys psychosocial and psychodynamic concepts and practices to advance understanding of what sustains and what might subvert these gendered dynamics.
|20.04.2015 - 24.04.2015 ||Oslo, Norway||PhD course in reproductive rights |
The aim of the course is to teach students about the contents of human rights, and how these rights are applied in the health care system in different settings.
|20.04.2015 ||Belgrade, Serbia, International||SUMMER SCHOOL FOR SEXUALITIES, CULTURES, AND POLITICS |
organized by: IPAK Center and Faculty for Media and Communications, Singidunum Univeristy, Belgrade
|05.05.2015 - 06.05.2015 |
|Umeć, Sweden||Law's Ability to Produce Gender Equality, May 5-6, 2015 in Umeć, Sweden |
Umeć Forum for Studies on Law and Society at Umeć University are happy to invite you to the Nordic Conference on Law and Gender, 5-6 May 2015! Can law be a tool for achieving a gender equal society or not? The theme for the conference will be Law's Ability to Produce Gender Equality.
|19.05.2015 - 21.05.2015 ||Shanghai, China ||PhD course: Modernization, gender and generation - reconfigurations of everyday life. Cases from China and the Nordic countries. |
The intention with this PhD course is to bring together researchers and PhD students from the Nordic countries, China or elsewhere, who share research interests in gender and generational relations, and processes and conceptions of modernization and individualization. The empirical field of study can be either the Nordic countries or China - or both.
|28.05.2015 - 31.05.2015 ||Osaka, Japan ||The Fifth Asian Conference on Cultural Studies 2015 |
This international and interdisciplinary conference will again bring together a range of academics and practitioners to discuss new directions of research and discovery in Cultural Studies.
|03.06.2015 - 06.06.2015 ||Rovaniemi, Finland||The 9th European Feminist Research Conference - Sex & Capital |
Sex & Capital will engage with recent feminist thinking on gender politics, economics and futures to ask questions such as: What are the different, sexualized forms of capital? What are the gendered dynamics and outcomes of barefaced capitalism? and How should we understand and reconceptualise material realities, embodiment and subjectivities? The 9th Conference invites scholars, students, policy makers and activists to gather and discuss and reflect upon these themes.
|07.06.2015 - 08.06.2015 ||Rovaniemi, Finland||Gender, Development, Resistance (7-8 June 2015)
An international workshop organized by Governance, Resistance and Neoliberal Development: Struggles against Development-Induced Displacement and Forced Evictions in South Asia project, funded by the Academy of Finland
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|11.06.2015 - 13.06.2015 ||Uppsala, Sweden||The 4th European Conference on Politics and Gender |
The ECPR Standing Group on Gender and Politics is pleased to announce the 4th European Conference on Politics and Gender (ECPG) to be held at the University of Uppsala, Sweden, June 11-13, 2015.