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EVENTS

 

Here you will find announcements of events either directly connected to our MA Program/Research Group, or related to gender studies in general. New updates are displayed with the icon.

 


Gender Studies Research Group /TNT/ Elsewhere

 

Our Gender Studies research group will participate at The Anthropology of Encounters. Frictions in the Past, Present, and Future, the 4th annual conference organized by the Hungarian Cultural Anthropological Association at the University of Szeged, on November 4-5, 2016. Our panel "Bordercrossings, meeting points, spaces of reflection and resistance. 'Out of place' feminist encounters with alterity" presents four papers in English:

    • Annus Irén: Suspended Identities, Heterotopic Realities:  Mediated Migrant Spaces and Experiences
    • Barát Erzsébet: Journeys of Vulnerability
    • Kérchy Anna: From the Circus to the Concentration Camp. Re-enacting Otherness as a Strategy of Resistance in Hungarian Jewish Dwarf Performance Artists' Memoirs
    • Tóth Zsófia Anna: Spaces in transition through encounters with women’s humour

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Public Lectures Series

 

The next presenter in our Public Lecture Series is Andrea Sigrún Hjálmsdóttir, Lecturer at the University of Akureyri, Island. Her talk is at 14:00, April 26th, 2017. For further details please read the event's FLYER.

 

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Research Seminars Series

 

Within the framework of our Research Seminar Series, Dr Mária Kecskeméti, our scholar in residence this academic year, and members of TNT have a meeting at 10 AM on Thursday, January 21st 2016. We are to discuss the possible forms of cooperation between the two research units (Difference, Disability, Inclusion (DDI). University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand and TNT, University of Szeged.

 

 

 

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Workshops

 

On April 11, 2016 TNT organized a workshop discussion on legalizing surrugate motherhood in Iceland with Sigurður Kristinsson, Professor of Philosophy, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Akureyri in the context of his visit to University of Szeged with his colleague, Giorgio Baruchello, Professor of Philosophy, that is aimed at exploring particular forms of collaboration between the Gender Studies Track in our MA program and the MA in Modernity Studies in Akureyri.

 

 

 

 

 

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