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Call for proposals to Forum for Norm Critical Research

News: Jan 31, 2018

During EuroPride 2018 the University of Gothenburg organises a Forum for Norm Critical Research. The Forum takes place 16 August, and researchers from every field and aspect are welcome to participate.

This summer EuroPride, Europe’s largest LGTBQ event, will be held in Gothenburg for the first time. The University of Gothenburg participates in EuroPride as proud partner and by joining the Rainbow Parade. This year the University also organises a Forum for Norm Critical Research. This is a popular science event that is meant to put focus on norm critical research. Researchers from different fields and aspects on norm criticism are welcome to contribute to the programme. Contributions can concern everything from history to zoology, the University’s aim is to put together a broad multidisciplinary programme. Researchers that are affiliated with other universities are also welcome to send in proposals.

Forum for Norm Critical Research will be held 16 August at HDK Academy of Design and Crafts at Kristinelundsgatan 6–8. The audience is a general public interested in LGTBQ issues, and the University’s students and staff.

Call for proposals

Send in your proposal to: jessica.ornros@gu.se no later than 12 March.

  • Headline (maximum 60 characters including spaces)
  • Short popular description (maximum 500 characters including spaces)
  • Image (optional)
  • Language (English is most welcome)
  • Type of item (lecture, seminar, display, workshop et c)

The item should be approximately 45 minutes to fit the programme. This is so the audience have time to transfer between items. If you need more time, then your item should be 2 x 45 or 90 minutes.

Questions? Please contact:

Jenny Hultén (to March 1)
031-786 5152

Jessica Örnros
031-786 5055



Originally published on: medarbetarportalen.gu.se

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