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Centre for Interdisciplinary Gender Research

The Centre for Interdisciplinary Gender Research (GIG) is a resource for researchers at the University of Gothenburg, providing opportunities for collaboration, forums and dialogue in connection with gender-related research.

GIG strives to promote high-quality gender research. GIG shall encourage and contribute towards the development of new frontiers for gender research across all faculty areas, interdisciplinary collaboration and cooperation with other universities and surrounding society.

GIG's Concluding event - 6 December

At the end of year 2017, Centre for Interdisciplinary Research (GIG), will cease to exist in its current shape. At that point, the six years' period of economic financing by the University of Gothenburg has reached its end. Since 2011, GIG has been a resource for gender research of all kind at all faculties.

In this concluding seminar, we would like to pay special attention to the conditions of interdisciplinary gender research today by arranging a discussion with participants from universities in Sweden and England. This is followed by an open discussion on how we as gender researchers best can cooperate on but also improve current conditions: How can we utilize and continue developing the work that GIG has made possible? Finally, there will be refreshments while we intermingle and keep on discussing these urgent issues more informally.

Find out more about the event

What does GIG mean?

GIG stands for University of Gothenburg Centre for Interdisciplinary Gender Research.

Advisory board

This is the Advisory Board of GIG

Researchers

Researchers with a special interest in research regarding questions of gender.

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