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Program book g19 7-9 October 2019 (pdf 898 kb)

The pdf:s under Parallel sessions in the left menue are updated, while the Program book is not. Please note the changes in parallel sessions marked out in the Errata:

Errata for the Program book







Monday 7th of October

09.00-10:00 Registration and refreshments

10.00-10.30 Conference opening
Fredrik Bondestam, Director, and Maria Grönroos, Assistant Director, at the Swedish Secretariat for Gender Research, along with  everyone in the conference team, welcomes all to the g19 conference.
Venue: Kongressalen

10.30-11.45 Keynote: Intersectionality’s appropriation? A critical dispute about feminist knowledge regimes and their contestations
Helma Lutz, professor of Women’s and Gender Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany.
Venue: Kongressalen

12.00-13.00 Vegetarian lunch
Venue: Folkets Hus

13.00-15.00 Parallel sessions, Block I
Venue: Folkets Hus, group rooms

15.00-15.30 Break with refreshments

15.30-17.00 Parallel sessions, Block II
Venue: Folkets Hus, group rooms

19.00 Conference dinner (Pre-registration is needed.)
Venue: Folkets Hus


08:30 The conference venue opens

09.00-10.30 Parallel sessions, Block III
Venue: Folkets Hus, group rooms

10.30-11.00 Break with refreshments

11.00-12.30 Parallel sessions, Block IIII
Venue: Folkets Hus, group rooms

12.30-13.30 Vegetarian lunch 
Venue: Folkets Hus

13.30-14.45 Keynote: Remaking feminism anew. The need to decolonize feminism at the end of the world
Yuderkys Espinosa Miñoso, lecturer and independent researcher of the Technological Institute of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic and the Latin American Faculty of Sciences.
Venue: Folkets Hus

14.45-15.15 Break with refreshments

15.15-17.00 Parallel sessions, Block V
Venue: Folkets hus, group rooms

18.30-20.30 OPEN EVENT: Resilience, resistance and melancholy: an evening at Draken on democracy, Sweden’s self-image and academic freedom

Keynote: Rethinking White Melancholia in Times of Crises, with Catrin Lundström, Associate Professor in Sociology at the Institute for Research on Migration, Ethnicity and Society (REMESO), at Linköping University, Sweden.

The keynote will be followed by a panel with Zahra Bayati, David Brax, Anders Lindell and Jenny Gunnarsson Payne.

Moderator and conferencier for the evening: Dona Hariri.

NOTE: The evening is free and for the public to attend but if not a registered conference participant you need to pre-register.
Go to registration


08:30 The conference venue opens

09.00-10.15 Keynote: Queer Paths into Queer Libraries or Performing Kinship in Dangerous Times
Jennifer V. Evans, professor in History at the Department of history, Carleton University & Benny Nemerofsky Ramsay, artist and researcher, Canada.
Venue: Kongressalen

10.15-10.30 Break with refreshments

10.30-12.00 Parallel sessions, Block VI
Venue: Folkets Hus, group rooms

12.00-12.30 Rethinking on stage
Participant’s perspectives: Reflections and insights on the conference, the theme, and beyond, with Mathias Ericson, Sveriges genusforskarförbund & University of Gothenburg, Lisa Karlsson Blom, Linköping University, Azmara Nigusse, Hallwyl Museum, Nana Osei-Kofi, Oregon State University and Jonelle Twum, Lund University.
Final remarks from the organizers.

Venue: Kongressalen

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