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The Global Gender Matters Network 2014

Here, you will find information about previous editions of the seminar serie Global Gender Matters as well as for the upcoming events.

The next workshop for Global Gender Matters Network with Kirin Narajan, University of Wisconsin. (June 11, 15.15-17. Room 221, Allhelgona kyrkogata 14 M, Lund). Programme to be announced.

Old posters from The Global Gender Matters Network:
Development Research Day 2013
Gender in focus at Development Research Day 2013
Spring 2013
Fall 2012
Spring 2012
Fall 2011
Spring 2011
Fall 2010


Department of Gender Studies, Lund University.
Professor Diana Mulinari: Diana [dot] Mulinari [at] genus [dot] lu [dot] se
Professor Helle Rydström: Helle [dot] Rydstrom [at] genus [dot] lu [dot] se

Gendering Asia

– a new and groundbreaking series addressing gender issues.

Gendering Asia addresses the ways in which power and the constructions of gender, sex, sexuality and the body intersect with one an-other and pervade contemporary Asian societies. The series invites discussion of how people shape their identities as females or males and, at the same time, become shaped by the very societies
in which they live. The series is concerned with
the region as a whole in order to capture the wide range of understandings and practices that are found in East, Southeast and South Asian societies with respect to gendered roles and relations in various social, political, religious, and economic contexts. Gendering Asia is, then, a multidisciplinary series that explores theoretical,
empirical, and methodological issues in the social sciences.

More about the Gendering Asia book series