Category Archive: Research

The sexy librarian or the bun lady?

by

2013 AtGender Spring conference, April 26-28, Gothenburg , Focus: ‘Teaching with gender’

Institutionalizing intersectionality : the changing nature of European equality regimes

by

  Authors: Krizsan, Andrea, Hege Skjeie og Judith Squires (eds.) This book gives a comparative view on how European governments have tried to handle the concept of intersectionality. Abstract: An exploration of the… Continue reading

Call for Contributions to Book: ‘Teaching (in) libraries and archives’

by

Students of gender studies are expected to know their way around libraries and archives when searching for information, but are rarely invited to critically reflect on the way these political, gendered knowledge spaces… Continue reading

FRAGEN online

by

Recently I heard from Ursula Nienhaus (FFBIZ, Berlin) that the website of the project FRAGEN (FRAmes on GENder) is already online. I looked at the page and found out, that the texts are… Continue reading

New list of journals

by

Take a look at our new list of peer reviewed journals in the field of gender research. This is a list of about 165 peer reviewed journals within the broad field of women’s… Continue reading

UN resolution 1325 ten years on

by

Ten years after UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on women, peace and security was adopted by the UN Security Council, the issue of the role of women in war and conflict has achieved… Continue reading

“At the limit of what a person can bear”

by

New PhD-thesis from Norway: Most pregnant women whose foetus is proven to have a genetic abnormality choose to have an abortion, but reaching that decision is a painful, exhausting process for most of… Continue reading

The boundaries of desire

by

NEW PhD-thesis from Norway: Post-apartheid South Africa: A white professor is accused of sexually harassing a coloured student and loses his job. His daughter is gang raped by a group of black men.… Continue reading