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25.02.2014 - 25.02.2016
Call for Teaching Portfolios for Visiting Lecturer Positions in the Near Future
The Department of Gender Studies at the Central European University in Budapest, Hungary invites teaching portfolios from gender studies scholars in any area of social science and humanities who wish to be considered for several teaching openings we anticipate in the coming years in our MA and PhD programs. These positions are likely to be on a one-course basis but might also cover multiple courses if portfolios and teaching needs coincide well. Courses in Gender Studies at CEU cover a broad array of topics from various disciplinary and interdisciplinary perspectives.
18.08.2014 - 22.08.2014
Critical Theory Beyond Negativity: the Ethics, Politics and Aesthetics of Affirmation
The intensive course “Critical Theory Beyond Negativity: the Ethics, Politics and Aesthetics of Affirmation” explores critical theory in the Continental philosophy tradition, with special reference to the work of Gilles Deleuze, Luce Irigaray, Henri Bergson and Rosi Braidotti. The course offers an introduction to contemporary critical debates on the function of ‘the negative’ in the construction of subjects and of their epistemic and ethical values. Starting from an assumption that we are in the midst a ‘posthuman turn,’ it explores different aspects of posthuman subjectivity and stresses the productive potential of the posthuman condition, advocating for the politics of affirmation.
Jubileumskonferens 40 - årsjubileum för det nordiska jämställdhetssamarbetet (1974-2014)
1974 beslutade Nordiska ministerrådet att inleda ett formellt samarbete om jämställdhetsfrågor. Detta beslut har utan tvivel spelat en stor roll för det faktum att ingenstans råder större jämställdhet mellan könen än i de nordiska länderna.
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 - 12.09.2014
Queer Migrations and Mobilities: Sexuality, Gender, Citizenship, and Intimacy from a European Perspective
Confirmed key participants
Dr. Jon Binnie, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
Prof. Dr. Kira Kosnick, Goethe-University Frankfurt, Germany
Dr. Tracy Simmons, University of Leicester, UK
Dr. Francesca Stella, University of Glasgow, UK
09.10.2014 - 10.10.2014
Combating Gender Stereotypes in and through Education”
Education is a basic human right recognised by international law, notably by the European Convention on Human Rights. Through compulsory education, children and young people, whatever their gender, are prepared and empowered to fully participate in society. The education system sets the basis upon which countries preserve their heritage and contribute to their overall development and prosperity.
Nordic Research Programme on Health and Welfare
NordForsk hereby issues a Call within the newly established Nordic Programme on Health and Welfare. Appr. 140 MNOK will be shared between three to five large-scale projects, running for five years.
23.10.2014 - 24.10.2014
In/Equalities in Diverse Societies. Identifying problems, remedies, alternatives
11th International Etmu Days conference
12.11.2014 - 13.11.2014
Part-Time Work in the Nordic Region
NIKK will present the results from the project Part-Time Work in the Nordic Region a conference in Reykjavik, 12 November 2014, during the Icelandic Presidency of the Nordic Council of Ministers. The following day is a Nordic conference on equal pay organized in the same place.
21.11.2014 - 22.11.2014
Gender Studies Conference 2014
Money, Sex and Power
26.11.2014 - 28.11.2014
Gender and Diversity—Travelling Concepts across Time and Space
Any field of research has key analytical concepts, including gender studies. In this course
some of the key analytical concepts are identified, their history is illustrated and their
applicability discussed. Concepts often become fashionable – and salient - and turn into
fast travelling concepts. However, analytical notions are also situated in space which has
been shown for the concept of ‘class’ and recently ‘intersectionality’.
03.12.2014 - 06.12.2014
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE Migrations of Knowledge: Potentials and Limits of Knowledge Production and Critique in Europe and Africa
Forty years ago the University of Oldenburg was founded as a new regional academic institution open to democratic reforms of teaching and research, while emphasizing the social commitment of science in its declaration of principles. Other reform universities such as Bremen or Osnabrück share this critical approach. Particularly the decision to name the university after Carl von Ossietzky embodied research understood as critical intervention. Carl von Ossietzky, a pacifist journalist and radical critic of the complicity of science and technology with militarism, received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1935 when he was detained in the concentration camp Esterwegen near Oldenburg. He died in 1938 in Berlin due to his suffering during his imprisonment.
12.01.2015 - 13.01.2015
SFY:n kollokvio teemalla SUKUPUOLI Jyväskylässä
Suomen Filosofinen Yhdistys ry:n ja Jyväskylän yliopiston filosofia-oppiaineen järjestämä "yhden sanan kollokvio" teemalla SUKUPUOLI.
09.09.2015 - 11.09.2015
Leeds, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Feminist and Women's Studies Association (FWSA) Conference. Everyday Encounters with Violence: Critical Feminist Perspectives
This three-day conference aims to create an inclusive and supportive
space for scholars at all career levels to come together in a supportive
environment to engage in critical feminist perspectives on violence.