Centre for Women's and Gender Research

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Centre for Women's and Gender Research (SKOK) is a multidisciplinary research center that aims to strengthen the critical diversity, sexuality and gender research at the University of Bergen.

Our core activites are research, dissemination and education.

>> Read more about SKOK here.

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Masculinity in Contemporary Literature and Music (KVIK206)

In spring 2024, the theme for KVIK206 Gender and Sexuality in a Global Context will be "Masculinity in Contemporary Literature and Music".

Meet our researcher in training
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A fatter gender and sexuality research

SKOK’s new PhD candidate, Sunniva Árja Tobiasen, will research gender and sexuality norms and how expectations of sexuality and gender have a bodily dimension.

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Listening to Papenreye – the soundscape of an urban asylum camp

In this essay published by Global Research Programme on Inequality - GRIP, SKOK's postdoctoral fellow Kari Anne Drangsland focuses on the soundscape of urban asylum camps in Germany.
UiB strategy and diversity policy
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How does the University of Bergen facilitate diversity?

A vision of diversity is central to the work on the new UiB strategy, but what does diversity mean, and how does diversity policy translate into action?