Gender and COVID-19 Online Resource - Homepage "The Poltics and Intersections of COVID-19: Critical perspectives from Gender Studies"
It is my pleasure to announce the launch of the homepage "The politics and intersections of COVID-19: Critical perspectives from gender studies". The homepage is the result of a two-day seminar that was held earlier this year at the Centre for Gender Studies, Karlstad University. The homepage collects 16 presentations by 23 scholars, who present their research on the gender and sexual politics of COVID-19 from around the world, and thus provides a focus on critical knowledge from within gender studies on the effects of the ongoing pandemic. You can find the homepage by following this link: https://sola.kau.se/covid19andgender/
Please feel free to use the homepage as part of teaching and dissemination. We are of course always available to be contacted if you have any questions.
All the best and happy holidays,
Sebastian (on behalf of the organizing team: Sebastian Mohr, Tara Mehrabi, and Luca Tainio)
Senior Lecturer in Gender Studies Managing Editor for NORMA: International Journal for Masculinity Studies Editor at Kvinder, Kn & Forskning/Women, Gender & Research
Karlstad University 65188 Karlstad Sweden
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