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2017.09.22 | Research policy

Det er ikke kvinderne, der skal fikses

Det er kulturen og strukturen, som skal i fokus, når der skal rettes op på den skæve kønsbalance på øverste karrieretrin på Health. Sådan lød anbefalingen fra den irske kvindeforsker professor emeritus Pat O’Connor

2017.09.04 | Events

Food and Masculinity; Contemporary Perspectivies

Open Seminar at AU September 20th 12:00-17:00

2017.08.09 | Events

FUTURE FEMINISM – Events

Aarhus 2017 European Capital of Culture

2017.07.06 | Education news

Gender, Power, and Identity – In a local and global perspective

PhD Course at Aalborg University, 22-24 November 2017

2017.07.06 | Education news

Critique rather than criticism - Foundations and implications of affirmative methodologies

PhD course at AU, 5-7 December 2017

Upcoming events

Thu 28 Sep
11:00-13:00 | IMC Meeting Room, Jens Chr. Skous Vej 4, Building 1483-312
Beyond the comfort zone of heteromasculinity? Young men, respectability and sexual violence
Talk by Lucas Gottzén, Stockholm University
Thu 26 Oct
11:00-13:00 | IMC Meeting Room, Jens Chr. Skous Vej 4, Building 1483-312
A historical perspective on female academics
Talk by Ning De Convinck-Smith, Danish School of Education
Thu 30 Nov
11:00-13:00 | IMC Meeting Room, Jens Chr. Skous Vej 4, Building 1483-312
Coming out of the closet - a social and interactional accomplishment
Talk by Steffen Madsen, MA graduate in linguistics

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About the network

Gendering in Research is a network for gender researchers and students with a gender interest. We get together the last Thursday of every month for a talk on gender followed by discussion and free sandwiches. The intention is to facilitate an Interdisciplinary Gender Network, which facilitates collaboration, discussion and gender research at Aarhus University.

Cofounder & Network Coordinator

Lea Skewes

Research Assistant