Welcome to the CVS seminar series on violence studies 2021

The violence seminar series at Örebro University brings together researchers from across multiple disciplines to engage in research on critical studies on violence in society, in a wide variety of local, national and trans/international contexts, through a range of research projects, and throughout doctoral, postdoctoral, and professorial levels.

SEMINAR SERIES

17 September, Zoom
Higher seminar CVS, All CVS members, 13:15-15:00
CVS grant application – presentation and discussion
Susanne Strand, Associate Professor, Criminology, Örebro University & Sofia Strid, Associate Professor, Gender Studies, Örebro University

24 September, Teams
CVS Lunch seminar, All CVS members, 12:15-13:00
Protection orders as tools to combat contemporary violence. How to prevent and protect? 
Laura Ervo, Professor in Law, Örebro University

15 October, Forum Building F147/Zoom
Higher seminar CVS, All CVS members, 13:15-15:00
Search for missing persons, police rescue mission – a new research field in Sweden
Rebecca Stenberg, University Lecturer, Department of Economic and Industrial Development (IEI), Linköping University

29 October, Teams
CVS Lunch seminar, All CVS members, 12:15-13:00
Catherine Tuvblad, Senior Lecturer in Criminology, Örebro University

19 November, Långhuset L2449/Zoom
Higher seminar CVS, All CVS members, 13:15-15:00
Texts from the annual CVS/ORU conference men’s violence against women
Presenters at the conference

30 November, Långhuset L2449/Zoom
Higher seminar CVS, All CVS members, 13:15-15:00
“Slagen dam 2.1”
Jenny Westerstrand, Visiting Research Fellow, Gender Studies (ORU), Sofia Strid, Associate Professor, Gender Studies (ORU), Hans Ekbrand, Senior Lecturer, Sociology, Gothenburg University and Visiting Research Fellow, Gender Studies (ORU), Astrid Carsbring, Project Secretary, Gender Studies, Örebro University

17 December, Forum Building F139/Zoom
Higher seminar CVS, All CVS members, 13:15-15:00
Honour-based violence – text seminar on popular science texts
Rúna í Baianstovu, Senior Lecturer in Social Work, Örebro University