Podcast fra Monsternettverket
Monsternettverket er en plattform for å tenke om – og med – monsteret og det monstrøse som en figur som markerer forskjell fra det «normale».
Open lecture with Nina Trige Andersen at Network for Gender Studies
Re-writing labor history from the margins: Filipinas working and organizing at Copenhagen hotels 1960s-2010s.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Workshop 2 in the Transforming Identities project: Challenging Nordic exceptionalisms. May 8-10 2019, University of Gothenburg.
OPEN SEMINAR: THE NECROPOLITICS OF PUBLIC MOURNING
This seminar will focus on the necropolitics of assimilation, mourning and public performances of loss in the context of white-nation making in Scandinavia. Jan-Therese Mendes and Mons Bissenbakker will present two papers followed by discussion. The seminar will be chaired by Lene Myong, Gender Studies, University of Stavanger.
The new politics of identity in the Nordic region
A public conversation with Mohamed Abdi, Faith Mkwesha, Anna-Maria Sörberg, and Gavan Titley. Chair: Elisabeth L. Engebretsen.
Haunted Humanity: Workshop by The Monster Network
In light of so-called migratory challenges and increasing nationalism in the Nordic countries, this workshop critically engages with ongoing debates about exclusion and inclusion through the ideas surrounding monsters, ghosts and haunting. The workshop explores not only important historical contexts for how monsters emerged as justifications for discrimination and violence, but also the monstrous Others as figures that haunt the foundations of the very idea of humanity, and what it means to be human today.