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.
On December 8, 2021 (22 months after his arrest in Egypt) GEMMA student Patrick Zaki was released on parole! On February 14, 2022 Patrick uttered a statement of gratitude to everyone who supported him. He remains on trial however by an emergency court on "false news charges". After numerous [...]
The PhD/RMA workshop on January 27/28 is fully booked! But you can still register for the public lecture on January 26: firstname.lastname@example.org On January 26 and January 27-28 2022, the NOG PhD Council and Accessible Academia are organizing an online lecture and workshop on Ableism in Academia. The lecture and workshop [...]
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 [...]
On 19 November, NOG PhD Claudia Minchilli will defend her thesis Localizing Digital Diasporas: Diasporic Digital Networking Among Somali, Romanian and Turkish Women Through the Lens of Social Class. In her dissertation, Claudia investigates the diasporic digital practices of Somali, Romanian and Turkish migrant women living in Rome with [...]
On 12 November, NOG PhD Valeria Stabile defends her PhD dissertation titled Pues no soy mujer. The Upheaval of Singularity in Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, which centers on the revolution that sor Juana started in the debate about singularity, sexedness, and in-betweenness—not only in the field of literary [...]
On 5 November, NOG PhD Lieke Hettinga will defend their thesis titled Appearing Differently: Disability and Transgender Embodiment in Contemporary Euro-American Visual Cultures. In their dissertation, they examine how contemporary cultural practices shape and reimagine the legibility and intelligibility of disability and transgender embodiment. Through an analysis of various [...]