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Research seminars

The gender studies department's research seminars with international and national researchers. On this page you will find information about current seminar series.

Every semester, the Department of Gender Studies host research seminars where researchers from around the world are invited to present and discuss their research. Our research seminars are open to the public and usually held in English. 

Gender Studies Seminar - Spring 2024

During spring 2024 the Department of Gender Studies are hosting a series of seminars within the Gender Studies Seminar Series. Organizers are Professor Mia Liinason and Associate senior lecturer Orlanda Siow. 

Critical contributions and interventions into conditions for knowledge production

The Gender Studies Seminar Series invite researchers to share their insight on key issues for gendered and sexualized lives and knowledges, and to engage in critical discussions about the development of gender studies as an interdisciplinary and intersectional research field. Bringing together scholars from various research fields and theoretical traditions, this seminar series offers a platform for critical reflexions and new insights. Seeking to provide a space for intellectual exchanges around the role of knowledge production in turbulent times, the spring 2024 Gender Studies seminar series at the Department of Gender Studies put the focus on critical contributions and interventions into conditions for knowledge production – in gender studies, in higher education, in modes of situated knowledge, and under forms of enduring coloniality.


Research seminars
Illustration: Sarah Hirani