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Thesis defense: Intimate Partner Violence and Help-Seeking in Lesbian and Queer Relationships
Nicole Ovesen defends her thesis "Intimate Partner Violence and Help-Seeking in Lesbian and Queer Relationships: Challenging Recognition". External reviewer: Prof. Marianne Hester, University of Bristol
Thursday seminar: What is kinship in the age of assisted reproduction?
How have assisted reproductive technologies changed our understanding of kinship? And what can kinship come to mean for future generations?
Queer seminar: Cripping a neoliberal civil society
On contemporary disability activism that challenge sexual norms in Sweden
Thursday seminar: On non-binary people's experiences, and the Black femme form
Two presentations by previous Master students' thesis work at the Centre for Gender Research.
Thursday seminar: Exploring the logics at play in gendering and racializing the geek
What can we learn from the Geek?
Queer seminar: Sensing Sexile: Seeing Latinas, Working Sex
On the life of Adela Vázquez, a Cuban transgender activist.
Queerseminarium: Dis/locating the Queer Muslim in the Archive
The Centre for Gender Research organises open queer seminars for all interested in and/or actively working with the concept of 'queer', through practice, theory or activism.
Thursday seminar: Queer perspectives on foreign and development policy and LGBTQ activism
In times of queer- and transphobic mobilization, anti-gender politics and conservative promotion of “traditional values” across the world, how can queer researchers understand and assess the increased emphasis on LGBTQ rights in (some) states’ foreign and development policies?