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.
Decolonised Sexualities: The Lived Experiences of Black Township Women Who Love Women On January 24, 2018 Phoebe Kisubi Mbasalaki will defend her PhD thesis at Utrecht University. This thesis centres the lived experiences of black township women in same-sex relationships in Cape Town and Johannesburg. The main question—‘How do black township [...]
On February 20-22, 2018 the InterGender Consortium in cooperation with the Netherlands Research School of Gender Studies and the Graduate Gender Programme is organizing a PhD course on the Politics of Vulnerability at Utrecht University. This PhD course will focus on vulnerability as a political matter. In contemporary Western contexts, [...]
On Thursday October 5 artist Tabita Rezaire will give a lecture on her video work. The session is titled 'Decolonial trinity: technologies of the spiritual, erotic and politic'. Tabita Rezaire (b.1989, Paris) is a French - of Guyanese and Danish descent - video artist, health-tech-politics practitioner and Kemetic/ Kundalini [...]
The Netherlands Research School of Gender Studies in cooperation with the Graduate Gender Programme (GGeP) at Utrecht University organises the eighteenth round of 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 [...]
In November 2017 Professor Rosi Braidotti will give a masterclass for the Netherlands Research School of Gender Studies. This intensive masterclass offers an introduction to contemporary critical debates on the construction of (nomadic) subjects. Cultural diversity, global migration, digital ‘second life’, genetically modified food, advanced prosthetics, robotics and reproductive [...]
Prof. dr. Selma Leydesdorff is hoogleraar aan de Universiteit van Amsterdam / Faculteit Geesteswetenschappen met als leeropdracht Oral history and Culture. Zij geeft vanwege haar aftreden als hoogleraar in een academische zitting op donderdag 28 september 2017 om 15.00 uur precies een openbaar afscheidscollege getiteld: Het verhaal, trauma en herinnering [...]