Feminist Lunch Talks at University of Copenhagen
Four lunch talks at the University of Copenhagen will this autumn put focus on feminist aspects of themes like big data, gender diversity and girls in STEM disciplines (science, technology, engineering, mathematics).
The Feminist Lunch Talks are organised by the Coordination for Gender Research and will all be online events with a Zoom link sent to the participants.
It is free to participate, but registration is required for each event. The individual events have a limit of 30 participants.
September30th, 12.00 - 13.00: "In programming I don’t give myself a gender”: Complicating gender binaries in computer science.
Speaker: Samantha Dawn Breslin, assistant professor, Department of Anthropology/ Copenhagen Center for Social Science Data (SODAS), UCPH.
Registration for Feminist Lunch Talk - Samantha Dawn Breslin
October 21st, 12.00 -13.00: Gendered Formations of Educational Interests and Aspirations - Girls in STEM
Speaker: Jette Sandager PhD Fellow, Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy, CBS Copenhagen.
Registration for Feminist Lunch Talk - Jette Sandager
October 28th, 12.00 - 13.00: Knowledge Hierarchies and Gender stratification in Danish Academia – Presentation of a new research project.
Speakers: Julien Larregue, postdoc, and Mathias Vullum Nielsen, associate professor, Department of Sociology, University of Copenhagen.
Registration for Feminist Lunch Talk - Julien Larregue, post doc and Mathias Vullum Nielsen
TBC! November 4th, 12.00 - 13.00: Isabelle Augenstein (to be confirmed), assistant professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Copenhagen.