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Thursday seminar: Chemistry or service?
How is ’sugar daddies’ desire for sugar dating arrangements to be based on mutual interest and pleasure played out in a commercial context that is constructed to bypass the requirement of such mutuality?
Welcome to the Thursday seminar: Chemistry or service? Sugar daddies’ quest for mutuality within the confines of commercial exchange
Thursday seminar: Hedged Out
Why is the “one percent” in the United States composed of mostly White men?
Welcome to the seminar Hedged Out: Insecurity and Inequality on Wall Street
Presentation of Katarina Pirak Sikku's artwork Agálašvuođa giesaldagagat
The artist Katarina Pirak Sikku presents the artwork Agálašvuođa giesaldagagat at Carolina Rediviva in Uppsala, and meets the curator Natalie King for a conversation.
Women's Participation in Biological Research
Welcome to the 60% seminar for Juvêncio Manuel Nota, PhD student at the Centre for Gender Research
Thursday seminar: Genus, klass och konsten att göra entré
A seminar about gender, class and the art of making an entrance
Queer seminar: Who's laughing now? Feminist tactics in social media
Why and how does a politics of pleasure matter in our time?
Issues of Gender Mainstreaming in Mozambique
Welcome to the 60% seminar for Generosa Cossa José, PhD student at the Centre for Gender Research
Thursday seminar: European Borderlands
This seminar is based on the newly published book Borderlands in European Gender Studies: Beyond the East–West Frontier, edited by Teresa Kulawik and Zhanna Kravchenko