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Antwerp Gender and Sexuality Studies Network (A*)
Call for Papers: Between Support and Resistance
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Looking for Cucumber: representations of gay men's style on television
FSW Lecture by Shaun Cole, in collaboration with A* - the Antwerp Gender and Sexuality Studies Network
Women and the Populist Radical Right: Caught between feminism and Sexism
Lecture series by Professor Cas Mudde, laureate of the Belgian Francqui Professor Chair 2017 - 2018
How are social (gender) norms linked to (sexual) health of adolescents?
Conference lecture by Sarah Van de Velde (UAntwerp)
How to study the complexity of femininities, masculinities and gender fluidity?
The 2018 Interuniversity Gender Research Seminar will focus on the complexity of femininities, masculinities and gender fluidity.
Male Bonds in Nineteenth-Century Art
The conference will probe, challenge and expand upon the academic narrative of male homosociality through the lens of nineteenth-century art history.
Media, Gender and Sexuality in Europe
International Communication Association preconference
Prague preconference on 'Media, Gender and Sexuality in Europe'
International Communication Association preconference on 'Media, Gender and Sexuality in Europe'
Queer Voices: The roles of music in LGBTQ lives
PhD defence Marion Wasserbauer - Department of Communication Studies
Antwerp Queer Arts Festival
International arts festival, questioning gender and sexual diversity, Lecture by Nicola Brajato (UAntwerp)
Queer Fashion Talk by Nicola Brajato
PhD researcher and A* member Nicola Brajato will be part of the fifth edition of the Antwerp Queer Art Festival with a talk on Queer Fashion in collaboration with MoMu (Mode Museum)
Beyond controversy: gender-quota implementation in academic decision-making bodies
PhD defence Jolien Voorspoels - Department of Political Science
Economization of gender equality discourse and policy in the European Union
A* Lecture by Dr Anna Elomäki
Queering Fashion/Queering Identity
A* lecture by Nicola Brajato
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