Monthly Archives: April 2015

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Desi Prianti

Utrecht University. My research focuses on the question of masculinity in Indonesia. As a patriarchal country, it is belief that masculinity and men posses more privilege than the other gender. However, the feminism movement and the global masculinity gave different face to masculinity which resulted on different demand about what it [...]

2015-10-12T15:37:43+00:00 Posted on: 28/04/2015|PhD Students|0 Comments

Book launch Iris van der Tuin’s ‘Generational Feminism’

On Tuesday 21 April 2015, Dr. Iris van der Tuin will present her new book 'Generational Feminism. New Materialist Introduction to a Generational Approach', in which she redirects the notion of generational logic in feminism away from its simplistic conception as conflict. Also, her new position as the coordinator of the Utrecht Bachelor [...]

2016-01-11T15:56:05+00:00 Posted on: 20/04/2015|News|0 Comments

Krizia Nardini wins AMSA’s 2015 Frankel Scholarship

NOG PhD student Krizia Nardini has been awarded with the annual Loren Frankel Memorial scholarship by the American Men’s Studies Association (AMSA). She received the scholarship during the 23rd Annual Conference of the AMSA in New York. Nardini (alumna of the RMA Gender & Ethnicity, Utrecht University) received the award for her [...]

2016-01-11T15:56:05+00:00 Posted on: 20/04/2015|News|0 Comments

NOG & Nationale Wetenschapsagenda

In de Nationale Wetenschapsagenda komen de thema’s en onderzoeksvragen waar de wetenschap zich de komende jaren op gaat richten. De Nationale Wetenschapsagenda bundelt de krachten van verschillende partijen en stimuleert daarmee samenwerking tussen wetenschappers, het bedrijfsleven en maatschappelijke organisaties. Vragen aan de wetenschap Voorzitters Beatrice de Graaf en Alexander Rinnooy Kan [...]

2016-01-11T15:56:05+00:00 Posted on: 16/04/2015|News|0 Comments

Masterclass with Professor Gloria Wekker

On 24 April the NOG organizes a masterclass with Prof. Gloria Wekker at Utrecht University. This seminar will discuss feminist methodologies, specifically the various ways of gathering and analyzing data (archival materials, oral histories, texts, interviews, ethnography/auto-ethnography, etc.) from a feminist perspective. The focus will be on qualitative research methods on a [...]

2016-01-11T15:56:05+00:00 Posted on: 09/04/2015|News|0 Comments