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Forskarseminarium

Varje termin ger Genusvetenskapliga institutionen ett flertal forskarseminarium, här hittar du information om aktuella seminarium serier.
Forskarseminarier listade här är öppna för allmänheten. De flesta seminarium sker på engelska, vilket språk seminariet ges på framgår av språket på texten nedan.

crip&queer seminar HT19

Welcome to this fall's Crip & Queer seminar series! 

14 November, 13.15 - 15.00:

Keynote lecture: In But Not Of The Academy, Z Nicolazzo


Gender, work and feminist political economy

A new seminar series at the Department of Gender Studies – open to the public!

Most welcome to the seminar series on gender, work and feminist political economy. The seminars will introduce ongoing research projects and feminist scholars working on issues of labor, economy and power relations in global capitalism.

October 30, 15:15-17:00: 

Sofie Tornhill, Linnaeus University:

'The Business of Women's Empowerment. Corporate Gender Politics in the Global South'

Room: M:224, Department of Gender Studies

 

November 20, 15:15-17:00:

Oksana Shmulyar Gréen & Charlotte Melander, Gothenburg University:

'Post-accession EU migration to Sweden: Parents' and childrens' experiences of caregiving within a transnational setting'

Room: M:224, Department of Gender Studies

 

November 29, 15:15-17:00:

Nora Räthzel, Umeå University:

'Labour and nature - views, practices, concerns of workers, unionists and cooperative members'

Room: M:128, Department of Sociology

 

December 5, 13:15-16:00:

Adelle Blackett, MgGill University Faculty of Law, Canada:

'Everyday Transgressions - Domestic Workers' Transnational Challange to International Labor Law'

 

After the lecture, a panel consisting of Adelle Blackett, Niklas Selberg (Faculty of Law), Terese Anving (Department of Gender Studies) and Åsa Lundqvist (Department of Sociology) will discuss labor protection, domestic work and feminist organizing. 

Room: Sh:128, School of Social Work. 


Open Lecture: “Decolonise or indigenise? Moving towards sovereign spaces and the Māorification of New Zealand museology”

 

Welcome to an open lecture with Puawai Cairns, Head of the Mātauranga Māori/Māori Collection at Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa.

This event is organised by the Study Group Moves towards an anticolonial academy: exploring post and decolonial epistemic options, in cooperation with the Rörelsernas Museum and the support of the Department of Gender Studies and Pufendorf Institute of Advanced Studies. 

November 13, 15:00-17:00:

“Decolonise or indigenise? Moving towards sovereign spaces and the Māorification of New Zealand museology”

Place: Pufendorf Institute of Advanced Studies, Biskopsgatan 3, Lund.


 

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