CFS seminars Fall 2021
The research environment CFS is headed by professor Maria Jansson. The seminars normally take place on Tuesdays between 13.00-14.30. A link to zoom and papers/abstracts will be sent out a few days before the seminar.
If you are not a CFS member and would like to join a seminar, please contact Ingela Abramsson.
Tuesday 31 August CANCELLED DUE TO ILLNESS!
Evelina Johansson wilén & Lena Gunnarsson: Book launch; Vad är en kvinna (Diadalos).
Tuesday 14 September
Amund Rake Hoffart will nail his thesis in the discipline Gender Studies at the School of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences (HumES).
Title of the thesis: Intersectional intersectionality? Interpretative politics in metacommentaries on intersectionality
Tuesdag 21 September
Gunnel Karlsson: Presentation of book; En kvinna i regeringen. Stadsrådet Ulla Lindströms liv och arbete, (Apell förlag).
Friday 8 October
13.15 in Hörsal F (preliminary)
Amund Hoffart will defend his thesis with title "Intersectional intersectionality? Interpretative politics in metacommentaries on intersectionality" . Opponent: Dr. Kathy Davies, Free university of Amsterdam.
Tuesday 12 October
A Swedish model of cohesion - Gender relations in the Swedish Armed Forces
Presenter: Dr. Alma Person, Senior Lecturer, Tema Genus, Linköping University, Sweden
Discussant: Dr. Erika Svedberg, Senior Lecturer, Malmö University, Sweden.
Tuesday 26 October
Tobias Axelsson, paper: Exploring the relation between gender equality and norm-critisism an analysis of focus group discussions with Swedish preschool managers.
Tuesday 9 November
Evelina Johansson Wilén, Lena Gunnarsson, båda forskare i genusvetenskap, Örebro universitet och Johanna Sjöstedt, adjunkt och koordinator för g22, Karlstad Universitet: Book launch; Vad är en kvinna (Diadalos).
Tuesday 30 November
Sofia Strid, Jenny Westerstrand, Åsa Eldén & Petra Ornstein: Presentation of prevalence study.
Tuesday 14 December
11.45-12.45. Lunch seminar, Berglind Rós Magnúsdóttir, University of Iceland: ”Critical Love Studies in an Icelandic context”
Tuesday 14 December
Maria Wendt and Cecilia Åse, both Stockholm University, resents results from their project on the death of soldiers participating in the war in Afghanistan.