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Contact:

info@gcg.uni-goettingen.de
Tel.: 0551-3910937


Research coordination:

Dr. Konstanze Hanitzsch



Office hours:

Wednesday, 3-5pm
Thursday, 11am-5pm
Friday, 11am-1pm


Office address:

Platz der Göttinger Sieben 7
(Verfügungsgebäude, Raum 0.105)
37073 Göttingen


Mailing and delivery address:

Platz der Göttinger Sieben 1
37073 Göttingen









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Genderlabor


"Genderlabor" on the topic of body modifications




In the winter semester 2016/17 the "Genderlabor" will take place for the third time, this time with a focus on body modifications. The "Genderlabor" is a collaboration between the Göttingen Centre for Gender Studies (GCG), the Graduate School of Humanities Göttingen (GSGG), and the Göttingen Graduate School of Social Sciences (GGG). It offers graduate students, doctoral and post-doctoral candidates the opportunity to present and discuss their research projects. Since the summer semester 2016 a workshop under the heading "Situated knowledge - theory, methodology, empiricism" is also a regular part of the "Genderlabor"; this time the topic will be Research on the Net, and it will take place on 24.01.17.

Also in store, amongst other things: The documentary "Vulva 3.0 - Zwischen Tabu und Tuning" ("Vulva 3.0 - Between taboo and tuning"), and, for the first time, two presentations in English: On medical technologies and parenthood in Israel and affirmative action in South Africa.

The "Genderlabor" will kick off on 27.10.2016 with a talk by Elin Halvorsen (Berlin) on her documentary project "Haarkleid" on the topic of "Female body hair - an invisible taboo?", 18-20h at the Graduate School of Humanities Göttingen (Friedländer Weg 2).

You are cordially invited to all events:






  • Genderlabor: Dialogue | 27.10.2016 | 18-20h

    Elin Halvorsen (Berlin):
    Female body hair - an invisible taboo? Discussion with Elin Halvorsen on her current documentary project "HAARKLEID"

    Location: Graduate School of Humanities Göttingen (GSGG), Friedländer Weg 2, 37085 Göttingen






  • Genderlabor: Presentation | 10.11.2016 | 16-18h

    Carla Schriever (Oldenburg):
    The inability to mourn the foreign body

    Location: Graduate School of Humanities Göttingen (GSGG), Friedländer Weg 2, 37085 Göttingen






  • Genderlabor: Presentation | 01.12.2016 | 16-18h

    Svenja Schurade & Mira Lou Braun (Göttingen):
    "It's like a game: They play with our lives". The Balkan route between agency, humanitarianism and repression

    Location: Graduate School of Humanities Göttingen (GSGG), Friedländer Weg 2, 37085 Göttingen






  • Genderlabor: Presentation | 12.01.2017 | 16-18h

    Dr. Nitzan Rimon-Zarfaty (Göttingen):
    Medical Technologies at the Beginning of Life, the construction of the fetus and the experience of parenthood: Applying Relational Approach to Lay Moralities of Prospective Israeli Parents

    Location: Graduate School of Humanities Göttingen (GSGG), Friedländer Weg 2, 37085 Göttingen







  • Situated knowledge - Theory, methodology, empiricism - method workshop: Research on and about the net

    Presentation 23.01.2017, 18-20h
    Dr. Christoph Bareither (Tübingen):
    "online.feld.forschen": Ethnographic analysis through the medium Internet
    Location: Graduate School of Humanities Göttingen (GSGG), Friedländer Weg 2, 37085 Göttingen


    Workshop 24.01.2017, 10-16h
    Research on the Net
    Attention, different location: Tagungszentrum Sternwarte, Seminarraum 2, Geismar Landstraße 11, 37083 Göttingen
    Please register until 16.01.2017 at nwagene@gwdg.de







  • Genderlabor: Film | 26.01.2017 | 18-21h

    Dr. Marion Hulverscheidt (Kassel):
    "Vulva 3.0. - Zwischen Tabu und Tuning" (Vulva 3.0 - Between taboo and tuning) documentary (2014) with subsequent discussion

    Location: Graduate School of Humanities Göttingen (GSGG), Friedländer Weg 2, 37085 Göttingen






  • Genderlabor: Presentation | 09.02.2017 | 16-18h

    Dr. Anna Minasyan (Göttingen):
    The Impact of Affirmative Action on the Occupational Segregation by Gender in South Africa

    Location: Graduate School of Humanities Göttingen (GSGG), Friedländer Weg 2, 37085 Göttingen