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Call for Papers: Postcolonial Publics: Art and Citizen Media in Europa

The Postcolonial Intellectuals and Their European Publics Network is delighted to invite contributions to a conference paper on the topic of postcolonial publics expressed and engaged through “citizen media” (Rodriguez 2001; Baker & Blaagaard 2016) and art, in a postcolonial Europe. The conference papers will also serve as chapters for an edited [...]

Call for Papers: Postcolonial Publics: Art and Citizen Media in Europa2021-05-06T10:28:27+02:00

Lecture ‘Syrian LGBTIQ Refugees after the Hype: Affects, Representations, and Queer Humanitarianism’ by Fadi Saleh

On Tuesday June 29, 2021 from 17:00-18:30 hrs Dr. Fadi Saleh will give the online NOG lecture 'Syrian LGBTIQ Refugees after the Hype: Affects, Representations, and Queer Humanitarianism'. In this NOG lecture, Fadi Saleh provides a brief history of the emergence, consolidation, and disappearance of Syrian LGBTIQ refugees as a humanitarian [...]

Lecture ‘Syrian LGBTIQ Refugees after the Hype: Affects, Representations, and Queer Humanitarianism’ by Fadi Saleh2021-05-03T16:34:30+02:00

Masterclass Queer/Trans Anthropology: Insights for Transdisciplinary Research by Fadi Saleh

On Wednesday June 30, 2021 from 11:00-15:00 hrs Dr. Fadi Saleh will teach the online NOG masterclass 'Queer/Trans Anthropology: Insights for Transdisciplinary Research'. Over the decades following the emergence and consolidation of queer and, later, trans studies, cultural anthropologists started to import and incorporate queer and trans theories, methods, and methodologies [...]

Masterclass Queer/Trans Anthropology: Insights for Transdisciplinary Research by Fadi Saleh2021-05-04T11:02:50+02:00

NOISE 2021 Summer School ‘Borders, Boundaries and the Politics of Belonging. Feminist Digital Cartographies’

Borders, Boundaries and the Politics of Belonging. Feminist Digital Cartographies August 30 - September 3, 2021 - online@Utrecht University, the Netherlands This year, the 28th edition of the NOISE Summer School will take place online from August 30 to September 3 and will introduce you to cutting-edge scholarship on borders, boundaries [...]

NOISE 2021 Summer School ‘Borders, Boundaries and the Politics of Belonging. Feminist Digital Cartographies’2021-05-04T14:14:17+02:00

PhD Defense Melis Mevsimler, April 21, UU

On Wednesday April 21, 2021 NOG PhD Melis Mevsimler will defend her PhD thesis Translocal Modes of Belonging. Diasporic Identity and Digital Media Amongst Migrant Women in London at Utrecht University.  Migrant women and digital technologies Over the last decade in Britain, dominant media narratives and populist representations have played a [...]

PhD Defense Melis Mevsimler, April 21, UU2021-04-19T10:03:55+02:00

Doing Gender Lecture – Chiara Bonfiglioli

The Netherlands Research School of Gender Studies in cooperation with her partners organises the DOING GENDER Lecture Series. These lectures stress the importance of doing gender work combined with an active involvement in the practice of gender theory and research. The concept of DOING GENDER supports a hands-on approach to gender [...]

Doing Gender Lecture – Chiara Bonfiglioli2021-05-05T09:06:31+02:00

Mina Hunt

Mina Hunt Burnside is an external PhD candidate at ICON, Utrecht University. Her research primarily deals with issues of gender registration from a trans theoretical standpoint. She is interested in how the state utilizes certain transgender narratives to forward its agenda and how these mobilizations often ignore trans subjectivity which is [...]

Mina Hunt2021-03-01T10:51:35+01:00

Doing Gender Lecture – Phoebe Kisubi Mbasalaki

The Netherlands Research School of Gender Studies in cooperation with her partners organises the DOING GENDER Lecture Series. These lectures stress the importance of doing gender work combined with an active involvement in the practice of gender theory and research. The concept of DOING GENDER supports a hands-on approach to gender issues [...]

Doing Gender Lecture – Phoebe Kisubi Mbasalaki2021-02-03T16:16:58+01:00

Prof. Dr. Sarah De Mul, OU

Sarah De Mul is Professor of Literature, Culture and Diversity at the Open University in the Netherlands. Her publications and research interests are situated in the field of comparative postcolonial and gender studies with a particular focus on literatures in Dutch and English. Her projects explore adaptations of postcolonial theory in [...]

Prof. Dr. Sarah De Mul, OU2021-02-02T16:18:42+01:00

Prof. Dr. Liedeke Plate, RUN

Liedeke Plate is Professor of Culture and Inclusivity in the Department of Literary and Cultural Studies of Radboud University. She publishes internationally on the subject of women, reading and rewriting, the material turn in literary and cultural studies, cultural memory, and gender and urban space. One of her current projects explores literature [...]

Prof. Dr. Liedeke Plate, RUN2021-02-02T13:50:32+01:00

Lou Mousset

Lou Mousset is a PhD candidate in the Department of Sociology at the University of Amsterdam. Her PhD project is part of the larger NWO-VICI project EnGendering Europe’s Muslim Question. The working title of her research is Politics of decline; gender, race and the death of France and attempts to further theorize [...]

Lou Mousset2021-02-18T14:45:09+01:00