Over het leven & het werk van Rosa Luxemburg en parallel aan de creatie van de nieuwe theatervoorstelling ,Rosa. gaan de makers, spelers en muzikanten met jou in gesprek.
Op 04 december 2020 nodigen we jou uit om deel te nemen aan het online-debat
over Rosa Luxemburg – revolutionair, socialiste, feministe en pacifiste in het Berlijn van 1900. Zijn haar stellingen vandaag de dag nog steeds relevant? Spreekt de tijd tegen haar of was ze net visionair?
Meer informatie: Open call – online debat Rosa
At Ghent university, in the Department of Philosophy and Moral Sciences, we are looking for two full-time PhD students as part of an SNSF-FWO-funded project (Family Building at Advanced Parental Age: An Interdisciplinary Approach). The project is a collaboration with the Institut für Bio- und Medizinethik (IBMB), Basel (Switzerland). The candidates will closely collaborate with two researchers and a (co-)supervisor who work at the IBMB. Below, some information about the project is provided.
The PhD students will work as part of a team to conduct an explorative study of the normative and empirical literature, as well as a qualitative interview study capturing the experiences of stakeholders and their moral views concerning responsible parenthood in relation to advanced aged parents. For these positions, the separate packages and tasks for each of the PhD students will be decided in consultation with the selected candidates.
Meer informatie: https://www.ugent.be/en/work/vacancies/scientific/doctoral-fellow-doavu
15 PhD vacatures in de EU in het veld van gender en diversiteit, deadline is 15 november.
Meer informatie: https://gversity-2020.eu/job-positions.html
De SERV zoekt een medewerker ‘Intersectoraal adviseur Non-discriminatie en Inclusie’
Ben je vertrouwd met het Vlaamse sectorale beleid, de werking van de sectorfondsen en de thema’s non-discriminatie en inclusie of ben je bereid om je er in onder te dompelen? Dan ben jij de geknipte kandidaat.
Meer informatie in de vacaturetekst.
SDG lecture of the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences – Ghent University
Panel debate with Jason Hickel (LSE), Lata Narayanaswamy (Leeds University) and Ruth Nyambura (Nairobi, Kenya)
September 24 – 19:30-21:00 – Online
The development paradigm, rooted in colonial heritages, based on modernist notions of progress, and premised on unsustainable economic growth, has been subject to postcolonial academic and (grassroots) activist critiques almost as early as it was introduced in the 1950s. Presently, however, with the compounded effects of economic and climate crises, and the migration/refugee debate, the notion of ‘post-development’ is gaining wider currency, urging both academics and the development sector to explore alternatives to development. Addressing key challenges such as debt, poverty, growing inequalities and environmental degradation, the panel debate will discuss the SDGs as the most recent (inherently contradictory) expressions of the development paradigm, and debate alternative approaches, knowledge-bases and practices.
More information: https://www.ugent.be/en/research/devcooperation/sdgsessions and https://webappsx.ugent.be/eventManager/events/SDGsandbeyond
The Ghent Centre for Global Studies will host an online decolonial and antiracism workshop series by the feminist, anti-racist association BAMKO, from September 2 to December 16-17, 2020. The program was co-designed by BAMKO and members of the GCGS and will comprise of online evening sessions, every other Wednesday, with a double closing session and two excursions on a Saturday (tbc).
Among the lecturers / moderators are Gillian Mathys (Dept. of History), Joachim Ben Yakoub, Soraya El Kahlaoui, Koen Bogaert and Omar Jabary-Salamanca (Dept. of Conflict & Development), next to international and national guest speakers (both academics and activists).
The workshop combines theoretical and practical training for students and activists. BAMKO gives priority to women and racialised or other minorities, and every participant needs to enrol for the full program (it is not possible to attend just one or a few sessions).
The deadline for enrolment is August, 21. For more info on registration and fees, please contact BAMKO at: firstname.lastname@example.org
**SVR exists to give students at the BA and MA level (as well as BA and MA graduates) a chance to present, share and discuss their work in an academic setting and to be recognised for their expertise. We aim to make knowledge production in academia more inclusive and democratic by facilitating peer-to-peer teaching practices and an open minded, supportive feedback culture. It is important to us that researchers have the opportunity to get critical feedback on their work – by exchanging ideas and hearing meaningful critique from other student researchers.
The Studierendenvortragsreihe* Gender Studies is searching for speakers for its upcoming lecture series at HU Berlin, WiSe 20-21 and we would greatly appreciate it if you could share the CfP with your networks and students!
SVR: (Re)Forming Methodologies will explore the limits and possibilities of “queerly” writing and researching from a multi-disciplinary angle by focusing on seven individual student projects that experiment with methodological practices within the field of gender and sexuality studies.
Lectures will be held online bi-weekly (twice a month), and each session will include two speakers, with 14 in total. While the seminar will be offered to HU students in the modules Free Choice and ÜWP (überfachlicher wahlpflichtbereich with 4 LP), the lectures are also open to the public.
How to apply:
If you are interested in presenting your work at the (Re)Forming Methodologies: International Student Lecture Series on Gender and Sexuality Studies, please submit your proposal to us by no later than 13 September 2020. / midnight (CET)
For further information, including application details, please see the PDF.
Het Departement Communicatiewetenschappen van de Faculteit Sociale Wetenschappen zoekt een voltijdse (100%) doctoraatsbursaal Media en diversiteit
Meer informatie: https://www.uantwerpen.be/nl/jobs/vacatures/ap/?q=1137&descr=Doctoraatsbursaal-Media-en-diversiteit