Program och nätverk
Här kan du läsa mer om de program, nätverk och noder som är knutna till Centrum för genusvetenskap.
Nordwit is a Nordic Centre of Excellence, established in 2017 and funded by NordForsk. It is concerned with women’s careers in technology-driven research and innovation in and outside of academe. Nordwit is coordinated by Professor Gabriele Griffin at Uppsala University.
Technologisation is changing the world of work. It erases previous forms and types of employment, gives rise to new jobs, and transforms existing work.
The objective of NORDWIT is to investigate and enhance women's career opportunities and trajectories in technology-driven research and innovation cross-sectorally in public and private sectors, and in civil society. The goal is to improve the gender balance in the research and innovation fields in the new technology driven economies.
Three core research teams located at Uppsala University, Tampere University, and the Western Norway Research Institute are focusing on four pillars of research:
- Women’s technology-driven careers in rural regions
- Research-intensive science and innovation areas
- Digital humanities
It also collaborates with 24 external partners located in Sweden, Norway, Finland, USA and Canada.
The Centre for Gender Research made a successful application to the Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA) to be a partner in a 5-year programme led by Eduardo Mondelane University (EMU), Mozambique, on Gender Mainstreaming: Developing Competencies in Higher Education for Gender Equality, Peace-building and Gender-Sensitive Research Coordinators.
The programme started in January 2018. It includes training MA and PhD students from EMU in Gender Research, supporting the development of gender sensitive policies and training gender equality ambassadors at EMU.
Prof Gabriele Griffin is the Coordinator at the Centre for this initiative which includes Dr Minna Salminen Karlsson as one of the Centre staff involved, as well as Dr Anne Kubai, Dr Jill Tenholm, and Prof Beth Ahlberg. The programme also involves Dr Nadine Lake at the Free State University, South Africa.
Nätverk: Family and kinship studies
Nätverket Swedish Network for Family and Kinship Studies (finansierat av Forte 2016-2018) är placerat vid Centrum för genusvetenskap.
Nätverksträffar sker en eller två gånger per år, och cirkulerar mellan lärosäten. För närvarande har nätverket cirka 70 medlemmar men alla som definierar sin forskning som familj och/eller släktskapsstudier är välkomna att ansluta sig till nätverket.
Nätverk: Nature as Culture
The network ‘Nature as Culture: The (Re)production of Common Sense’ (NaC) aims to investigate and discuss first, how the concepts of nature and culture figure and are articulated, in various disciplinary contexts and secondly, how these concepts, frequently through being taken as common sense, feature in establishing truth claims within different scientific cultural formations.
Co-ordinated by Professor Ulrika Dahl, this CIRCUS-funded interdisciplinary network consists of 13 researchers from 5 faculties, including 5 members from the Centre. The network is aimed at slow and interdisciplinary conversations on complex topics and hosts one workshop per semester.
Nätverk: Heritage Transformations
The network Heritage Transformations (funded by CIRCUS 2022-2023) consists of researchers from different disciplines interested in the transformations of cultural heritage, material/intangible, natural/cultural, human/non-human, analogue/digital and beyond. The purpose of this network is to create greater dialogue between researchers, research groups and institutions and to promote interdisciplinary discussions.
The network explores transformations of cultural heritage from different theoretical and methodological perspectives. entral to the discussions is the tension between preservation and change, as well as discussion of what cultural heritage is, and could be, if removed from assumed moral duty of care and conservation. In exploring transformations of heritage we make enquiries into connections and disconnections between people, pasts and future and acknowledge that cultural heritage is always political, and involves struggles connected to gender, race, ethnicity, functionality, sexuality and/or religion etc.
År 2006 fick Centrum för genusvetenskap tillsammans med Genuscentrum vid Umeå och Linköpings universitet dela på 60 miljoner kronor för att under en femårsperiod stärka vår genusforskning samt bli internationellt etablerade.
Det internationella forskningsprogrammet GenNa: Nature/Culture Boundaries and Transgressive Encounters leddes av professor Margaretha Fahlgren och koordinerades först av docent Tora Holmberg och sedan av FD Anita Hussénius.
Excellensprogrammet pågick fram till 2012, men många av de starka forskningsgrupper, intressanta projekt och internationella samarbeten som kom till under GenNa-tiden lever vidare vid Centrum för genusvetenskap.