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01.02.2015 - 01.02.2018
Glasgow, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
PhD Research Project Opportunity- Ageing in sport: Challenging women’s invisibility
This PhD studentship would fill a gap in knowledge about the role played by sport, historically but also throughout the lifecourse of current cohorts of older women, in shaping how we understand women’s ageing.
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PhD-course
19.03.2015 - 05.05.2015
Useita paikkakuntia, Finland
MAHDOLLISUUS VAI TAAKKA - Koulutus työelämää koskevista yhdenvertaisuus- ja tasa-arvolain muutoksista
Vuoden 2015 alussa tuli voimaan uusi yhdenvertaisuuslaki. Samalla naisten ja miesten välisestä tasa-arvosta annettua lakia tarkistettiin. Mitä uutta uudistukset tuovat työpaikoille? Mikä muuttuu, mikä ei?
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Course
27.04.2015 - 28.04.2015
Linköping, Sweden
Postcolonial and Postsocialist Dialogues: Intersections, Opacities, Challenges in Feminist Theorizing and Practice
The conference is open to everyone and there is no registration fee. However, please sign up by sending an email to redi.koobak@liu.se and indicating your name, affiliation and whether you would like to participate in one or both days of the conference. We would appreciate it if you could notify us of your participation by 20 April.
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Conference
28.04.2015
Rome, European
Call for papers: “Straight with a twist”. Call for Papers on the 3rd European Geographies of Sexualities Conference, Rome, 16-18 September 2015
Reflections on heterosexuality beyond the heteronormal

This session aims to critically reflect on and explore possibilities for a queer analysis of heterosexuality. We follow the line of argument that queer should not be reduced to sexual preference (cfr. “Queer is more than short hand for LGBT” (Browne, 2006, p. 886); Thomas, 2000), nor should it (only) imply an expression of “an affiliation with antihomophobic politics” (Butler, 1993, p. 230).
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Call for papers
28.04.2015 - 30.04.2015
Cape Town, South Africa
Gender Summit 5 Africa 2015
The Gender Summit 5 South Africa 2015 is the next in the in the Gender Summit global series of events. The theme is Poverty Alleviation and Economic Empowerment through Research and Innovation. The event will be held in Cape Town, South Africa and will be hosted by the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) of South Africa.
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Conference
28.04.2015 14:00-16:00
Helsinki, Finland
Christina Research Seminar: Linda McKie "Researching Families, Violence and Social Change"
The lecture is organized by Gender Studies and the doctoral programme Gender, Culture and Society (SKY)
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Lecture
29.04.2015 12:00-13:30
Oslo, Norway
RIKS lunch: Norwegian policies of immigration concerning queer asylum seekers
Seminar with PhD research fellow Deniz Akin, NTNU, based on his PhD project-in-progress about Norwegian policies of immigration concerning queer asylum seekers, that is, people who seek asylum on the basis of their non-heterosexual sexuality.
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Seminar
29.04.2015 10:30-12:00
Umeå, Sweden
Vem tillsätter morgondagens makthavare?
Hur kan de politiska partierna påverka den sociala representativiten, exempelvis genom medlemsrekrytering, nomineringsprocesser och listsammansättningar, och vilka begränsningar finns för underrepresenterade grupper att göra karriär inom politiken?
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Seminar
29.04.2015 10:00
Helsinki, Finland
Vapaus ja seksuaalisuus - Tutkielmia liberaalista etiikasta
FM Tommi Paalanen väittelee 29.4.2015 kello 10 Helsingin yliopiston valtiotieteellisessä tiedekunnassa aiheesta "Vapaus ja seksuaalisuus - Tutkielmia liberaalista etiikasta".
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Public defence of doctoral thesis
30.04.2015
Brunel, European
Call For Papers: Fifty Shades of Grey (2015)
The cinematic release of Sam Taylor-Johnson’s Fifty Shades of Grey (2015) has already garnered speculation, derision and debate equal to its highly controversial source text, E. L. James’ homonymous trilogy. Its alignment with mass media, a predominantly female audience and mainstream cinema make it a concurrently anticipated and abhorred rich contemporary text. Intensities: The Journal of Cult Media thus invites papers which will interrogate this adaptation from a plethora of new perspectives including industry, text and reception analysis.
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Call for papers
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