Gender Studies Seminar Series in Methodologies
Gender Studies Seminar Series in Methodologies is a series of webinars hosted by the Department of Gender Studies during 2021.
During these seminars we invite scholars who, in different ways, discuss some key issues of feminist methodologies. Among these issues are: research politics and ethics, significance and forms of the engaged scholarship in our times and resulting methodological dilemmas as well as methods of analysis with a special focus on narratives. The series also offers an opportunity to bring to the fore some ongoing methodological discussions that the researchers at the department engage in.
Activist research in a context of migration control – dilemmas and difficulties.
Emma Söderman, Socialhögskolan, Lunds universitet
Dangerous methodological liaisons. The statistical study of social constructions and historically changing variables.
Edda Manga, Mångkulturellt centrum
The forgotten victims of WWII in Poland. Tensions between past and today.
Contesting binaries through memory work.
Linda Berg, Umeå University
The Politics and Ethics of Representation in Qualitative Research: Addressing Moments of Discomfort
Critical Methodologies Collective
Researching Otherwise? Autoethnographic Notes on the 2013 Stockholm Riots
Paulina de los Reyes & Markus Lundström, Stockholm University
Transforming narratives in shifting times
Ann Phoenix, University College London
Ethics in practice: tensions between prospective and emergent research ethics
Sara Eldén, the Department of Sociology, Lund University