I am a doctoral candidate in Gender Studies. I hold a Master of Science in Gender Studies (2010) from Lund University.
In addition to my academic studies, I have experience evolving from social movements in South Asia and Latin America. In 2007, I did an internship at a Chilean women's organisation, Anamuri, working for the rights of Indigenous women and women farm labourers.
- Indigenous feminisms
- Sami studies
Current Research and Teaching
My ongoing doctoral research focusses on Sami contributions to feminist thinking. Starting from conversations with Sami feminists, with the aim of learning and sharing feminist analyses and experiences, I explore issues of decolonisation, self-determination, and the intersection of gender and Indigeneity.
I am currently a guest researcher at Vaartoe – Centre for Sami research, Umeå University.
I have taught on different courses at the undergraduate and graduate level at the Department of Gender Studies, mainly with a focus on migration, globalization, and antiracist and postcolonial feminisms.
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Ina Knobblock is a doctoral candidate in Gender Studies. She holds a Master of Science in Gender Studies from Lund University.
Decolonising Feminism: Sami Feminist Conversations (PhD)