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Migration researcher Marry-Anne Karlsen at the Centre for Women's and Gender Research (SKOK) at UiB has been granted prestigious funding by the EU to do research on expert knowledge in asylum litigation.
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?
What follows are mid-term reflections from a human geographer and a legal researcher about their experience working together on the interdisciplinary project TemPro.
On 3 May, researchers from the Centre for Women's and Gender Research (SKOK) at UiB presented preliminary research results at a seminar debate in Spain.
In the following, we want to reflect on what it means for interdisciplinary studies of migration to understand time as multiple, uneven, and relational.
In this blog post, anthropologist at the University of Bergen (UiB), Christine M. Jacobsen, reflects on interdisciplinarity across law and anthropology in migration studies.
A social scientist’s perspective on the legal theories of immigration detention reviews.
Professor in philosophy at UiT, Annamari Vitikainen, is guest researcher at the Centre for Women’s and Gender Research (SKOK) in the academic year 2021-2022.
UiB researcher Redi Koobak is one of the editors behind the new volume Postcolonial and Postsocialist Dialogues: Intersections, Opacities, Challenges in Feminist Theorizing and Practice.
The first journal for Arabic speakers in Norway, DER, includes in its latest issue a translated version of UiB researcher Randi Gressgård’s article about microaggression: Banging one’s head against the wall.
On 5 February 2021, Noor Jdid will defend her PhD thesis at the University of Bergen.
On 21 January 2021, Kari Anne Drangsland will defend her PhD thesis at the University of Bergen. Her thesis is called “Working to ‘Wait Well’. Exploring the temporalities of irregular migration in Germany."
Researchers from UiB’s WAIT project have published a new book about waiting as both a social phenomenon in migration and as an analytical perspective on migration processes.
Professor Ragnhild Muriaas at the University of Bergen started her working career as a DJ. Now she investigates what strings must be played in politics to make a footprint.
PhD candidate at the Centre for Women's and Gender Research (SKOK), Rowan Violet Maddox, writes about neurological conditions and how they interact with gender.
In a recent blog post, Claus Halberg summarizes his project’s starting point in feminist theory and posits that philosophical questions are at the core of feminist theory.
Pride 2020 is upon us, and in the Centre for Women's and Gender Research's (SKOK) research and teaching, you can find many exciting perspectives related to this year’s programme.
In April, WAIT researcher Shahram Khosravi was interviewed about the pandemic and borders as part of a series of conversations called Four Rooms.
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