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Next 90 days
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Public defence of doctoral thesis
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Bosnia and Herzegovina
Iran (Islamic Republic of)
Republic of Korea
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
United States of America
20.08.2014 - 22.08.2014
Graduate course: Race, migration and kinship
How might we think about race as a paradoxically fungible yet persistent feature of human history? This mini-seminar examines race as a global phenomenon with long and diverse histories. The course invites PhD candidates, but is also open to master students.
The annual Aasta Hansteen Lecture on Gender and Religion: Catherine Keller - A Democracy of Fellow Creatures: Feminist Theology and Planetary Entanglement
Ecofeminism supplements the anthropocentric ethics of progressive theology. But how might a new ecology of religion energize planetary practices of hospitality under radically asymmetrical conditions?
03.09.2014 - 05.09.2014
8th European Conference on Gender Equality in Higher Education
Building Futures - Equality Challenges in Higher Education: Encouraging Theory and Practise Dialogues
11.09.2014 - 13.09.2014
1st International Conference on Men and Masculinities
Initiative for Critical Studies of Masculinities (ICSM) cordially invite to the first international conference on men and masculinities to take place in Turkey, in collaboration with Center for the Study of Men and Masculinities at Stony Brook University, Ankara University Women’s Studies Centre (KASAUM) and Izmir University Women’s Studies Centre (KCAUM).
11.09.2014 - 13.09.2014
CFP: Taking place – Moving borders in Nordic literatures
We focus on topics related to indigenous literature, critique concerning national canons, concepts of borders and transgression of borders, themes of place, space and relocation in literature. Even though literature is the main focus of this conference other media that borders to literature, such as film and music, are also of interest, especially if treated as an expression of intermediality.
15.09.2014 - 18.09.2014
Arctic Modernities - an international interdisciplinary conference
The Arctic Modernities Conference will investigate the impact of modernisation and modernity on the Arctic as a cultural formation from a variety of perspectives across the humanities: literary, visual and cultural. We particularly welcome papers addressing three nodal points that are often interlinked within discourses of Arctic modernity: gender, indigeneity and ecology.
25.09.2014 - 26.09.2014
Engendering Cities: Designing Sustainable and Inclusive Urban Environments
This conference addresses how gender dimensions interact with built environments as they are relevant to several of the Grand Challenges identified in the New European Research Framework Program Horizon 2020.
01.10.2014 - 02.10.2014
NFU 2014: On whose terms? Communication, Collaboration and Power in Development Research
This year’s conference aims to discuss and reflect on cross-cultural communication in development research and practice. Relevant questions include: how do cultural differences impact knowledge production and organisation? What are fruitful ways of dealing with power asymmetries in research relations? What impacts do gender, ethnicity and class have on knowledge production and power asymmetries? What are the most effective parameters for collaborative research?
16.10.2014 - 17.10.2014
A MULTITUDE OF ENCOUNTERS WITH ASIA – GENDER PERSPECTIVES
The conference and PhD Course are organized by RIKK - Centre for Women’s and Gender Research & EDDA – Center of Excellence, University of Iceland, NIAS – Nordic Institute of Asian Studies and GAN - Gendering Asia Network
05.11.2014 - 07.11.2014
Voices in Nordic Gender Research
Celebrating over two decades of Gender Research and of the joint Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research, NORA, the journal invites gender- and feminists researchers to participate in the first Nordic Conference for Gender Research: NORA conference 2014.
26.11.2014 - 27.11.2014
Invitation to a Nordic-Arab PhD course on “Comparative studies of women in public life – theoretical and methodological challenges”
Our Nordic-Arab research collaboration project, financed by the Swedish Research Council, is pleased to invite to a Nordic-Arab PhD-course, November 26-27, 2014 on “Comparative studies of women in public life – theoretical and methodological challenges”. The aim of the project is to present and encourage discussion on theoretical and methodological challenges, when conducting comparative studies – comparative in time and/or location. PhD students, who are doing research on women in public life within social sciences, humanities, media analysis etc., are welcome to apply for this course.
02.12.2014 - 04.12.2014
Sundvolden hotell, Norway
General course 2014: Theoretical positions in Norwegian gender studies
Which theoretical positions do we find in Norwegian gender studies today? How do various scholars use the concept of gender in their own research? Are the distinctions between them related to discipline, research questions and/or belonging to different generations in gender studies? With this course, we wish to draw up a map of the actual state of the field, contribute to furthering reflection on our own research practice, and invite an open, exciting and constructive dialogue between different positions in gender studies.
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