Calendar

Date
Location
Description
Type
Link
15 October 2018 -
10 January 2019
Online
The Power of Words and Scientific Perspectives: A Distance Course in Theory of Science and Study Design in Relation to Global Justice
The course offers postgraduate students training in critical science and in making ethical research assessments.

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PhD-course
19 December 2018
Umeå, Uppsala, Karlstad
Feminist geographies, 7,5 ECTS credits
PhD course within the National program for research education in Human geography, spring 2019

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PhD-course
19 December 2018 -
20 December 2018
Stockholm
Conference Programme: Board diversity quotas: Yes, no, maybe?


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Conference
31 December 2018
 
Call for Proposals for edited volumes for the Teaching With Gender series


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Call for papers
7 January 2019
Gothenburg
CfP g19 – 2019 conference for gender studies
Rethinking Knowledge Regimes: Solidarities and Contestations The g19 conference in Gothenburg 7-9 October 2019 - Rethinking Knowledge Regimes: Solidarities and Contestations - seeks to bring together the broad and interdisciplinary field that constitutes gender studies in Sweden today. It addresses the current societal challenges at both local and global levels and enquires about how gender studies can contribute to analysing the major events in the contemporary world.

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Call for papers
9 January 2019
Roskilde
Lecture: Democratic care as a Response to Neopopulist Protectionism, Professor Joan Tronto (University of Minnesota)
In her lecture Tronto will discuss neoliberalist and neopopulist discourses on care.

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Lecture
9 January 2019
Roskilde
Phd workshop: Care in neoliberal, Nordic welfare states
The collaboration between Nordic Care Crisis Network, Forskerskolen på ISE, RUC og Center for Køn, Magt & Mangfoldighed, RUC invites you to: The Nordic welfare states are usually assigned the status of gender equal states, where full time paid work can be combined with motherhood (and daughterhood). This has been based upon large parts of care as a responsibility of the state and professionalization of care for pre-school children, sick and elderly. However, decades of neo-liberalism in terms of marketization, self-responsibilizing and increasing reliance on volunteering have had effects upon welfare professionals and those traditionally considered vulnerable.

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Seminar
11 January 2019
 
ATGENDER Spring Conference 2019 Feminist Teaching Through Emotions, Feelings and Affects
The 2019 edition of the ATGENDER Spring Conference is dedicated to emotions, feelings and affects

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Call for papers
14 January 2019
Stockholm
CfP: Hospitality, hostility and everything in between in an era of forced displacements
Drawing on discussions in the social sciences and humanities as well as activist and artistic practices, this conference aims to bring together leading international scholars, early career researchers, postgraduate students, artists and activists to explore and share perspectives on the diverse meanings of hospitality and how it is being imagined and practiced.

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Call for papers
15 January 2019
Brussels
Tackling Inequalities in Early Years
This international symposium offers a timely and invaluable opportunity for all relevant stakeholders to engage with EU new proposals on early childhood education and care. It will also set priorities for future policy recommendations and priorities, as well as offer delegates a platform to share idea and best practice from across Europe. EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION BEFORE DEC 7, 2018!

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Seminar
17 January 2019 -
18 January 2019
Bologna
International conference New perspectives in feminist labour history: work and activism
The two-days conference called by the EHLN working group “Feminist Labour History” and the SISLAV working group “Gender and Labour”, supported by the Department of History and Cultures at Bologna University, explores new perspectives in gendered labour history as arising in Europe and around the world since the beginning of the 21st century. The conference builds on and moves forward the debates on and within feminist labour history which took place during the Turin (2015) and Paris (2017) conferences of the ELHN, with the aim of including selected papers in prospective book projects.

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Conference
28 February 2019 -
2 March 2019
Indiana
International Girls Studies Association conference
The 2019 Host Committee is very pleased to announce that Profs. Ruth Nicole Brown and Lynne Vallone will be our keynote speakers.

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Conference
14 March 2019 -
16 March 2019
Göttingen
Contested Kinship
This conference seeks to further research in the field of critical kinship studies by bringing together different disciplinary perspectives into a cultural hermeneutic approach.

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Conference
18 March 2019 -
12 April 2019
Stockholm
The Body in Theory and Practice, 7.5 ECTS
The Department of Ethnology, History of Religions and Gender studies offers this course as part of the Doctoral School in the Humanities in the spring semester 2019.

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PhD-course
21 March 2019 -
23 March 2019
Newport
Global Status of Women and Girls: "Intersectionality: Understanding Women's Lives and Resistance"
This year's conference theme is Intersectionality: Understanding Women’s Lives and Resistance in the Past and Present. The registration will be online on October 15th 2018.

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Conference
11 April 2019 -
12 April 2019
Rome
2nd International Conference on Gender Research (ICGR 2019)
Call for papers open until Sept 20, 2018. More info to come!

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Conference
25 April 2019 -
26 April 2019
Stockholm
Hospitality, hostility and everything in between in an era of forced displacements
Drawing on discussions in the social sciences and humanities as well as activist and artistic practices, this conference aims to bring together leading international scholars, early career researchers, postgraduate students, artists and activists to explore and share perspectives on the diverse meanings of hospitality and how it is being imagined and practiced.

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Conference
7 May 2019 -
10 May 2019
Karlstad
Revisiting the Home: the 3rd International Geomedia Conference
Welcome to the 3rd International Geomedia Conference!

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Conference
22 May 2019 -
24 May 2019
 
NORA Conference 2019
Border Regimes, Territorial Discourses & Feminist Politics

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Conference
22 May 2019 -
24 May 2019
Reykjavík
Border Regimes, Territorial Discourses and Feminist Politics
Gender and feminist researchers are invited to participate in the NORA 2019 Conference on critical feminist cross-disciplinary research and activities. The conference is co-hosted by RIKK – Institute for Gender, Equality and Difference, the EDDA Research Center and the United Nations University Gender Studies and Training Programme at the University of Iceland. The 2019 NORA – Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research – conference focuses on the theme of material and symbolic borders in a period of nationalist revival. What explains the return to territoriality? What kind of political, cultural, and social boundaries are being constructed or reproduced? How are border regimes in the present and the past shaping and gendering relations? How are new or redefined boundaries affecting work for social justice and equality as well as intersectional, gender, queer and feminist research? And how can feminist resistance be organized against paternalistic modes that reinstate and reinforce relations of inequality?

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Conference
1 September 2019
Oslo
Third European Conference on Domestic Violence
Keynotes and paper sessions will focus on a range of research topics related to domestic violence relevant to practice, services and policy development. We invite you to come and share your most recent findings and ideas and to meet old and new colleagues and friends here in Oslo.

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Conference
7 October 2019 -
9 October 2019
Gothenburg
Gender conference g19: Rethinking Knowledge Regimes: Solidarities and Contestations
The g19 conference in Gothenburg 7-9 October 2019 seeks to bring together the broad and interdisciplinary field that constitutes gender studies in Sweden today. It addresses the current societal challenges at both local and global levels and enquires about how gender studies can contribute to analysing the major events in the contemporary world.

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Conference
10 December 2019
Karlstad
CfP: Revisiting the Home: the 3rd International Geomedia Conference
Geomedia 2019 welcomes proposals for individual papers as well as thematic panels in English through the conference website.

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Call for papers
Logotype Nordic Council of Ministers Logotype Swedish Secretariat for Gender Research Logotype University of Gothenburg