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New Nordic feminisms?

New Nordic feminisms?

How are the current prospects and future possibilities of feminisms envisioned by Nordic self-identified feminists? We would like to encourage everybody in the network to present what they feel is relevant and in the format they feel is relevant to the future of feminisms (or at least touch upon this theme, following the intentions of the network). This could be in the form of visions, hypotheses, how the world has changed, feminist trends, etc. The format can be papers, poems, (PowerPoint) presentations, posters, other visual forms of presentation, etc.


25.08.2017 kl. 10.00 - 27.08.2017 kl. 12.00


Deadline for proposals and abstracts of 300 words: 16 June 2017.

Submission to EasyChair.

Deadline for papers: 21 August 2017.

See the final program here.



Call for presentations

Please send a proposal for presentations, posters and/or other visual forms of presentation about activities by organizations, campaigns, or anything you find relevant in relation to the above description and the theme of the network. Please submit before 16 June 2017 to Marianne Ellersgaard: ellersgaard@cgs.aau.dk  and indicate any need of technical equipment that you cannot bring yourself. 

Call for papers

Please send a proposal for a paper or Power Point presentation discussing the future of feminisms (or at least touch upon this issue, following the intentions of the network; see the general description above). Please send an abstract of 200-300 words before 16 June 2017 to https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ffnn32017


Rauna Kuokkanen, Centre for Indigenous Studies, University of Toronto, Canada

Encarnación Gutiérrez Rodríguez, Institute for Sociology, Justus-Liebig-University, Germany


Beatrice Halsaa (FFNN local organizer): beatrice.halsaa@stk.uio.no

Pauline Stoltz (FFNN coordinator): stoltz@cgs.aau.dk

Marianne Ellersgaard (FFNN secretary): ellersgaard@cgs.aau.dk  

Please see More about
The Future of Feminisms in the Nordic region Network





The Future of Feminisms in the Nordic Region Project


Centre for Gender Research, Oslo University