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18.01.2022 17:15-18:45
Finland
Vulnerability, cruelty and the politics of hope
Guest speaker Leticia Sabsay (London School of Economics) in the Christina Research Seminar in a joint session on feminist theory with Freie Universität Berlin and the Doctoral Programme in Gender, Culture and Society (University of Helsinki).
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Seminar
25.01.2022 14:00-15:30
Online, Finland
Virtual workshop: Racism, anti-racism, and the EU Institutions
The first of the 2022 EUGenDem virtual workshops on ‘Gender, democracy, and polarized politics in Europe’ will be a session on ‘Racism, anti-racism, and the EU Institutions’.
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28.01.2022 12:00-15:00
Rovaniemi, Finland
Väitöstilaisuus: Kotona kylässä - Ei-heteroseksuaalisten ihmisten toimintatilat lappilaisissa kyläyhteisöissä
perjantaina 28.1.2022 klo 12-15
luentosalissa LS2, Yliopistonkatu 8
Lapin yliopisto
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Public defence of doctoral thesis
28.01.2022 12:00-15:00
Jyväskylä, Finland
Public defence of doctoral thesis
31.01.2022
Sweden
Call for Papers G22: Shaping hopeful futures in times of uncertainty: the challenges and possibilities of gender studies
The Centre for gender studies at Karlstad University invites the community of gender scholars to g22, the fifth national conference for gender studies and researchers working with a gender perspective. The dynamic between uncertain times, hopeful futures, and contested histories will be the central point of engagement.
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Call for papers
03.02.2022 13:00-16:00
Verkossa, Finland
Webinaari: Koronakriisin vaikutukset sukupuolten tasa-arvoon Suomessa
3.2.2022 klo 13-16. Ilmoittautuminen päättyy 31.1.2022.
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Seminar
10.02.2022 - 11.02.2022 09:00-13:00
Uppsala, Sweden
Conference
10.02.2022 - 11.02.2022
Uppsala, Sweden
Nordwit Final Conference
Challenging the Nordic Gender Paradox: Gender in the Nordic Research and Innovation Area
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Conference
15.02.2022
Denmark
CfP: Nordic histories and contemporary formations of HIV/AIDS
Women, Gender & Research invites articles that explore the histories of AIDS as well as contemporary cultures, formations, and discourses of HIV/AIDS in the Nordic region. We invite all articles that investigate HIV/AIDS across disciplines, methods, and theories. Articles may engage with some of the questions raised above or discuss HIV/AIDS in other thematic and analytical angles.
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Call for papers
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