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    Joan Duda, professor of sports psychology, made honorary doctor at Malmö University. Follow her honorary doctorate lecture online, October 20, 2022, 1.15pm CET

    Joan Duda, professor of sports and exercise psychology, has been made an honorary doctor at Malmö University. She is internationally known for her research on motivational processes on how to create better experiences of sports for children and teenagers. Follow her Honorary Doctor's Lecture live.

    Call for Participants | “In My Queer Zone: ‘Vulnerable’ Bodies and Carnal Knowledge in Cancer’s Margins”, by Dr. Geneviève Rail | Online and onsite, University of Toronto, November 15, 2022.

    Reflecting on Pronger’s legacy and ground-breaking writings on the body, gender, sexuality, desire, health, science and technology, Dr. Genevieve Rail will discuss recent research that aims to document how sexual minoritized individuals navigate fields of knowledge inflected by dominant discourses on biomedicine, risk, neoliberalism, homophobia and stereotypical rhetorics of “women’s health” and “lesbian health", in line with Pronger’s stout resistance to patriarchal, homophobic and territorializing projects.

    Free Virtual Lecture | Biofeminism: The Epistemic Politics of Inclusion in Women’s Sport, by Madeleine Pape | Annual Donald Macintosh Memorial Lecture, January 27, 2022

    We are pleased to welcome this year's lecturer, Dr. Madeleine Pape, who is a sociologist and Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Lausanne, Switzerland. She obtained her PhD in the Department of Sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2019. Dr. Pape's current work examines feminist and scientific debates over biological sex and how claims about sex difference shape the pursuit of gender equity in sport and biomedical research.
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