Gender, intersectionality and migration
The Department of Gender Studies has a strong, well-established research profile covering gender, intersectionality, migration and racism.
Issues concerning cultural identities, diaspora, the significance of national and ethnic borders and racism’s varying character locally and globally are analysed using theoretical tools from cultural studies to post-colonial theory.
This is a research environment that through national and international collaborations has established central perspectives on issues concerning justice, global power relations and exclusion mechanisms.
- Decolonising Feminism: Sami Feminist Conversations - Ina Knobblock, Doktorand
- An outsider within the nation? Jewish identity and anti-Jew racism in contemporary Sweden - Hansalbin Sältenberg, Doktorand
- The court as an emerging arena for struggles against and about racism - Marta Kolankiewicz och Maja Sager
- Invandrade mödrar - rasifierade barn. Vägval,konflikter och visioner - Diana Mulinari
- Beyond racism. Ethnographies of antiracism and conviviality - Diana Mulinari
- INTERSEC_RACE/Challenging the Security/Migration Nexus after 9/11: Race Politics, Racism and Gender in the Mediterranean Region - Teresa Cappiali