Lecture series WS 2018/19
Interdisciplinary lecture series:
"New Perspectives: The Potential of Gender Research in the MINT and Humanities".
Winter semester 2018/19, Mondays 13.15-14.45,
Building 40B, Room 238 (FHW Campus))
Prof. Dr. Eva Labouvie (Chair of Modern History/ Gender Studies, Otto-von-Gericke University Magdeburg)
Magdeburger Gender Campus with Dr. Sandra Tiefel (Office for Gender Equality of the Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg)
Coordination Office for Gender Research and Equal Opportuniti
In recent years, gender research has provided numerous insights and impulses that have led to new perspectives, especially in the natural sciences. Oriented towards the international project 'Gendered Innovations', we would like to discuss openly and critically the opportunities of gender studies in this interdisciplinary lecture series. On the basis of current scientific positions and discourses, the aim is to find out whether and which gender perspectives stimulate research and enable new kinds of questions. As lecturers, excellent female scientists are invited to conduct research on topics that are also dealt with in the departments and research foci of the Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg. The lectures follow on from the discourses in the research contexts on site and deal with the question of the perspectives and potentials of gender studies for the MINT and human sciences.
The acquisition of up to 4 CP is possible by participating in a written exam. Modular crediting is differentiated according to degree programmes, see LSF.
Childcare is possible, please contact Dr. Lesske in advance. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Students of all disciplines as well as employees are invited to attend the lecture series. The public event is also aimed at representatives* of gender studies, gender equality officers and all regional actors* in the field of gender and diversity.
Here you can find the current Abstract booklet of the lecture series