The Netherlands Research School of Gender Studies (NOG) at Utrecht University (The Netherlands) provides a platform for gender sensitive and postcolonial research. Since 1995, the NOG  has offered a highly successful training programme and research environment for postgraduate students, PhD students and senior researchers. The NOG teaching and research staff consists of an international team of professors and senior lecturers from various universities.

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Afscheidsrede Prof. dr. Mineke Bosch, September 16, 2022

Op vrijdag 16 september 2022 neemt Prof. dr. Mineke Bosch afscheid van de Faculteit der Letteren na ruim twaalf jaar aan de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen als hoogleraar Moderne Geschiedenis verbonden te zijn geweest. Zij doet dat met een afscheidsrede, getiteld Vrouwen – Gender – (Geschied)wetenschap – een persoonlijke terugblik. De [...]

Posted on: 23/08/2022|

PhD Defense Rozemarijn van de Wal, September 15, 2022

On Thursday September 15, 2022 NOG PhD Rozemarijn van de Wal will defend her dissertation Dancing in the Kitchens of History. Eileen Power (1889-1940). Her dissertation is part of the wider project SPICE ‘Scientific Personae in Cultural Encounters’. As the aim of the project is to research the construction [...]

Posted on: 23/08/2022|

NOG, NICA & Critical Humanities Seminar Series 2022-2023: Minor movements: How to Create Space for Personal and Political Change?

Introduction: How to Think Change? This year-long seminar creates a space to become more conscious of how the small movements of body and mind are shaped by intersecting power structures. How does capitalism determine our daily habits? How do online platforms like Google re-orient people’s desire? And how does [...]

Posted on: 29/06/2022|

NOG Masterclass Collaborative Research: towards safer spaces of/for research with migrants.

On Friday June 24th, 2022 from 10.30 - 13.00 hrs. the NOG organizes the masterclass "Collaborative Research: towards safer spaces of/for research with migrants." by Dr. Nerina Boursinou and Dr. Evie Papada. The topic of mobility, its uneven forms and hierarchization as well as the panoply of devices/agencies that [...]

Posted on: 23/05/2022|

Farewell Address Prof. dr. Rosi Braidotti

On Monday June 13, 2022 Rosi Braidotti, Distinguished University Professor at Utrecht University and founding director of the NOG and the UU Gender Studies programme, will formally retire by giving her farewell lecture ‘Affirmative Ethics: We Are Rooted But We Flow’ in the Aula of the Academiegebouw. After the [...]

Posted on: 12/05/2022|
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