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Thursday 12 November 2020

9:00-9:25 Virtual welcome
Venla Oikkonen (Chair of Organizing Committee)
Anu Koivunen (Professor of Gender Studies, Tampere University)
Sanna Karkulehto & Tuija Saresma (Chairs, The Association for Gender Studies in Finland)

9:30-11:00 Panels 1


1.1. Are we over the couple yet? 1

Anna Avdeeva, Anna Heinonen & Hannareeta Seling (University of Helsinki): Short project introduction: Intimacies beyond Identities: A Queer/Feminist Perspective on Practices of Relating

Aditi Maddali (Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai): Non-normative relationalities: Everyday practices and non-normative possibilities of relating

Tuuli Innola (Tampere University): Odd companionships – the everyday affectivity of sharing one’s life

Anna Heinonen (University of Helsinki): Friendship at home: everyday in domestic space shaping friendship intimacies in Finnish small-scale communes


1.2. Creative methods for research, activism and change with young people on gender, sexuality and power 1 (NB. This session will convene in Finnish.)

Saara Isosomppi (Nord University): Lasten liikunnan affektiiviset eriarvoisuudet: keskustelua metodologian työstämisprosessista

Eveliina Puutio, Tuija Huuki, Suvi Pihkala & Anni Lehmusniemi (University of Oulu): Alakoulutyttöjen ei-normatiiviset suhdekulttuurit

Marita Husso, Satu Lidman & Helena Päivinen (Tampere University): Encountering gender based violence and power relations with children and young people

Suvi Pihkala & Tuija Huuki (University of Oulu): Ethical sustainability in sensitive crafty-activist research with children, gender and (abuses of) power in young peer cultures


1.3. Gender+ Equality, Politics, and Institutions: Contemporary changes and challenges in Europe 1: Contemporary policy struggles around gender-based violence

Büke Boşnak (Istanbul Bilgi University): Feminist Responses to the Backlash against Istanbul Convention in Turkey: Insights and Challenges

Valentine Berthet (Tampere University): Norms under construction and contestation: between support and opposition to the EU’s ratification of the Istanbul Convention in the European Parliament

Chara Chioni-Chotouman (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens): Penalising revenge pornography: policymaking and legislative trends across Europe


1.4. Gendering research in and outside academia 1

Päivi Korvajärvi (Tampere University): Gendering effects of hiding and downplaying gender in research and innovation

Demet Démirez (Tampere University): A gendered analysis of women’s entrepreneurship in innovative sectors

Minna Salminen Karlsson (Uppsala University): Women are a bit different, but we treat them the same 


1.5. Kriittistä tutkimusta miehistä ja mieheyksistä 1

Tuija Koivunen (Tampereen yliopisto): Miehet ja maskuliinisuudet Sukupuolentutkimus-lehdessä

Leena-Maija Rossi (Helsingin yliopisto): Miesfeminiinisyyyden mahdollisuuksia, tapaus Tom of Finland 

Luca Tainio (Helsingin yliopisto): The trans penis. Negotiations of vulnerability, masculinity and sexuality in YouTube vlogs by transmen

Susi Nousiainen (Jyväskylän yliopisto): Maskuliinisuuden narratiivit suomalaisella pelialalla


1.6. Queering the future for law? 1: Women’s issues in court and law

Ahalya Ganesh (Tampere University): Feminist Futures in Retrograde: The Case of Safoora Zargar and Indian Courts

Marew Abebe Salemot (Debark University): Gender Based Violence vis-à-vis the Ethiopian Legal Regimes

Nicole Stybranova (University of Helsinki, Eric Castrén Institute): Tokening Protection of Women in Migration Law: Strategies of Exclusion in Contemporary Europe and the Nineteenth Century USA  


1.7. Reclaiming Reproductive Futures 1: practices of kinship, family formation and parenthood

Joren Buyck (Tampere University): (Trans)forming kinship: An institutional ethnographic study of transgender fertility care

Sanna Poelman (Tampere University): In want of a child. An ethnographic study on Thai women living with fertility disruptions and childlessness in Finland

Armi Mustosmäki and Tiina Sihto (University of Jyväskylä): “You can’t say f*** this shit” – Negotiating the boundaries of public expression of negative maternal emotions


1.8. Reclaiming the futures of popular music

Jan Szpilka (University of Warsaw): No (Bright) Future: Uncertainty and futurity of feminist and queer punk

Milla Tiainen & Taru Leppänen (University of Turku): Transing Music and Voice Studies? Exploring the Mattering Materialities of Singing and Trans Existence with Demian Seesjärvi


1.9. The future of sexuality studies 1: The un/re/making of sexual subjectivities

Kata Kyrölä (Åbo Akademi University): (Non-)sovereignty of the sexual: thinking self-determination, desire and subjectivity through queer indigenous studies

Angelica Stathopoulos (The New School for Social Research): Smaller Selves: A Queer Ethics of Diminutive i’s

Milka Njoroge (Åbo Akademi University): Unresolved Futures


1.10. Toimijuus ja suhteet dataistuneessa kulttuurissa

Karoliina Talvitie-Lamberg (Jyväskylän yliopisto), Julius Hokkanen, Sanna Valtonen & Anne Soronen (Tampereen yliopisto): Eriarvoisuus ja haavoittuvuus datatutkimuksessa

Minna Saariketo (Aalto-yliopisto), Auli Harju (Tampereen yliopisto) & Seija Ridell (Tampereen yliopisto): Media-arki 2030: nuoret tulevaisuuden yhteiskuntaa kuvittelemassa

Pekka Koskinen (Helsingin yliopisto): Verkkovälitteisen vammaisaktivismin mahdollisuudet ja rajat

Sanna Valtonen (Tampereen yliopisto): Haavoittuvuuden kerrostumat. Paperittomien kokemuksia dataistuneesta arjesta


1.11. Visual politics and gender on social media 1

Heidi Härkönen (University of Helsinki): Cuban girls’ quince photos in social media and beyond

Dawn Woolley & AC Davidson (Leeds Arts University and University of Huddersfield): Bois of Isolation – queering gender binaries in the confines of pandemic

Heini Salminen (University of Helsinki): Visual Self-Representations as Political Participation on Non-Binary Activists’ Social Media Selfies


11:15-12:30 Keynote: Roman Kuhar: Anti-gender movements across Europe and beyond (chair: Johanna Kantola)

12:30-13:30 Lunch

13:00-13:30 The Association for Gender Studies in Finland Master’s Thesis Award (in Finnish)

13:30-15:30 Panels 2


2.1. Affective Biopolitics in the Nordic Racial Welfare States 1

Lovisa Häckner Posse (Lund University): Maintaining family order? – The maintenance requirement in Swedish migration law

Michael Nebeling Petersen & Mons Bissenbakker (University of Copenhagen): Danish Ghetto Legislation as affective governmentality

Riikka Prattes (Duke University): Racializing workers and inclusive subordination in social reproduction


2.2. Art as feminist research, art as feminist activism 1

Valentina Errázuriz (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile): Embroidering the feminist future, high school feminists and art-based collective testimonios research

Ecenur Güvendik (Middle East Technical University): Gender and professional achievement: Turkish Women Conductors in Classical Music Orchestras

Utu-Tuuli Jussila (Aalto University, University of Helsinki): IN/VISIBILITY, queering visibility in photography


2.3. Creative methods for research, activism and change with young people on gender, sexuality and power 2

Päivi Honkatukia, Marja Peltola, Anu Isotalo, Roosa Saukkonen & Timo Aho (Tampere University): Methodological challenges in exploring the meanings of sexual consent in young people’s everyday lives

Satu Venäläinen (University of Helsinki): Exploring the mattering and meanings of sexual harassment among young people with participatory workshops

Marian Tumanyan, Tuija Huuki & Suvi Pihkala (University of Oulu): Transformative capacity of arts-based processes: A case of a Finnish school girl

Helena Louhela, Tuija Huuki & Suvi Pihkala (University of Oulu): Challenges and opportunities in reconciling research and school orientations when addressing sexual harassment among children in ethically sustainable manner


2.4. Critical Feminist Approaches to Negotiation, Mediation and Conflict Resolution 1

Pınar Sarıgöl (Bielefeld University): Smile whatever happens?! The far-right neoliberal politics, family and woman

Marjaana Jauhola (University of Helsinki) and Shyam Gadhavi (Prakrit Foundation for Development): Gender and Syncretist Devotion to holy sages in Kachchh (Gujarat, India) as a practice of everyday peaceful coexistence

Élise Féron (Tampere Peace Research Institute, TAU) Feminist approaches to dialogue and peacebuilding. Some lessons learned in Burundi


2.5. Feminist Science and Technology Studies and the Politics of Futures

Andrea Ford (University of Edinburgh): Period tracking, self-management, and the future of reproductive healthcare

Maria Temmes (Asian University for Women): A Transnational Feminist Engagement with Personalised Medicine

Mianna Meskus (Tampere University): Contested reproductive futures and synthetic gametes: A speculative feminist approach to in vitro gametogenesis

Stine Willum Adrian (Aalborg University): Technologies at Heart – the remaking of death at the medical frontier

Venla Oikkonen (Tampere University): Postpandemic futures and the affective appeal of immunity


2.6. Feminist, trans and queer perspectives on environmental emergencies and livable futures 1

Charli Brissey (University of Michigan – Ann Arbor): Infrastructures of Catastrophe: We’re All Dancers Now

Sage Brice (University of Bristol): Crane-human encounters in field and studio: drawing transindividual ecologies


2.7. Gender+ Equality, Politics, and Institutions: Contemporary changes and challenges in Europe 2: Challenges to gender equality in national contexts

Katinka Linnamäki (University of Helsinki): Performing nationhood during the Covid-19 pandemic in Hungary

Marsela Dauti & Geldona Metaj (Uppsala University): Precarious Gains: Democratic Regression and Gender Quotas in Politics

Laine Munir (African Leadership University): Vulnerabilities and Strategic Responses to LGBTI+ Identity Among Pakistani Refugees in Europe and Their Families Left Behind

Gala Naseva (Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities, Skopje and Justus Liebig University Giessen): Entwining care with mistreatment: The exploitative Balkan narrative. The position of Roma women in Western Balkans’ labour market

Aneta Ostaszewska (University of Warsaw): “Fight the virus, not the women”. What is going on in Poland during COVID-19 pandemic


2.8. Gendering research in and outside academia 2

Maria López Belloso & Silvestre Cabrera (University of Deusto): Methodological contributions to the implementation of GEPS 

Charlotte Silander, Maria Pietilä, Ida Drange & Liza Reise: Comparison of gender equality policies in Norwegian, Swedish and Finnish universities

Mervi Heikkinen (University of Oulu), Lena Abrahamsson (Luleå University of Technology) & Päivi Naskali (University of Lapland): Reclaiming Equal Futures in Arctic Universities

Hilde G. Corneliussen & Gilda Seddighi (Western Norway Research Institute): Employers’ renegotiations of gender equality in IT organizations


2.9. Queering the future for law? 2: Queer and non-binary law

Luana Mathias Souto (Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais): Gender, sovereignty and fraternity

Elin Jonsson (Umeå University) & Erik Mägi (University of Gothenburg): Legislation on transgender and intersex parenthood – the current situation and future for Sweden

Ino Kehrer (University of Padova, Human rights centre): Universality for whom? The rights of intersex people

Amalia Verdu Sanmartin (University of Turku) & Aleida Luján Pinelo (University of Turku): Challenging the neutrality of law – Diffractive possibilities for critical thinking in legal education 


2.10. Reclaiming Reproductive Futures 2: non-human struggles for a brighter tomorrow?

Kathrine Dow (University of Cambridge): Reproducing (Bio)Diversity? London Seed Activists Respond to Systemic Racism

Taija Kaarlenkaski (University of Turku): Gender, Work and Agency on Contemporary Dairy Farms Using Automated Milking Systems

Elina Helosvuori & Riikka Homanen (Tampere University): When craft kicks back: Embryo culture as knowledge production in the context of the transnational fertility industry

Merike Helander (University of Helsinki): The Artificial Womb – the residence of the fetus or the premature baby?


2.11. Rethinking human-animal relations: Imagining interspecies futures from feminist and intersectional perspectives 1

Lucia Gräschke (University of Eastern Finland): Flying Cats and Dogs: Commodification and Animal Welfare in the Transport of Pets by Air

Lotta Hautamäki (Tampere University): The Living Web of Care: Multispecies Interactions in Animal-Assisted Therapies

Maria Martelli (independent scholar): “The sanctuary is our way of living”: animal sanctuaries as relationships and embodied knowledge


2.12. The future of sexuality studies 2: Global sexualities

Gonca Sahin (independent scholar): The Ties That Matter: Queer Ways of Surviving in a Transit Country

Luan C.B. Cassal (University of Manchester): Queer Studies in Latin America: Could decoloniality teach Europe something about surviving

Nukila Evanty (University of Mahendradatta Bali): Introducing sexuality studies in patriarchal societies and religious conservatism

Riikka Taavetti (University of Helsinki): The Legacy of FINSEX in Sexuality studies

15:30-16:00 Short break

16:00-17:15 Keynote: Kyla Schuller: The Future of Gender: Rethinking the Sex/Gender Distinction (chair: Marjo Kolehmainen)

17:30 virtual social programme (organizer: Cherry Miller)

Please do join us with a glass/cup of something tasty to discuss the theme of hope for feminist futures!


Friday 13 November 2020


9:00-11:00 Panels 3


3.1. Are we over the couple yet? 2

Ela Przybylo (Illinois State University): Rethinking Couple Formation with an Ace and Aro Erotic Toolkit

Nita-Helena Taivaloja (University of Helsinki): Hetero- and mononormativity in consensually non-monogamous ways of forming romantic, emotional and sexual relationships in Finland

Anna Kurowicka (American Studies Center, University of Warsaw): Nonsexual Erotics of Friendship in Donna Tartt’s The Secret History and Tana French’s The Likeness

Yating YU (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University): Media Representations of ‘Leftover Women’ in China: A Corpus-assisted Critical Discourse Analysis


3.2. Changing Gendered Relations and Gendered Resistance 

Susanne Ritter (Åbo Akademi University): The Fat Female Body, Gender, and Intimate Relationships in Finnish Weight Loss TV Shows

Aleksandra Kaminska (University of Warsaw): Who Can Afford Belated Girlhood? Questioning Whiteness of Young Women’s Narratives

Zahra Motamedi (independent scholar): Marginalized Women: Women’s Position in the Power Structure of Afghanistan

Joanna Sieracka (University of Wrocław): The future of feminism in Poland: Left populism or conservative modernization? 


3.3. Gender+ Equality, Politics, and Institutions: Contemporary changes and challenges in Europe 3: Changes and challenges in European gender politics

Eszter Kováts & Elena Zacharenko (University ELTE Budapest): The shift of meanings of gender in EU documents and the right-wing opposition

Johanna Kantola & Petra Ahrens (Tampere University): Four Phases of European Parliament Political Group Formation: Negotiating Power, Democracy and Gender

Valentine Berthet, Anna Elomäki & Barbara Gaweda (Tampere University): Political dynamics, power struggles, and intra-group policy formation in the European Parliament

Cherry Miller (Tampere University): “Ethno, ethno, what?” Outlining how Parliamentary Ethnography can help us to better understand Parliament’s Political Groups


3.4. Gendering research in and outside academia 3

Salla Aldrin Salskov, Liu Xin & Elina Oinas (University of Helsinki): Epistemic disobedience

Rebecca Lund (Centre for Gender Research, University of Oslo): The relationship between feminist knowledge and activism: A narrative approach 

Johanna Hokka (Tampere University): Affective activism in academia: the openings for change in the neoliberal academia


3.5. Kriittistä tutkimusta miehistä ja mieheyksistä 2

Annukka Lahti, Miika Kyllönen, Sanna Pusa, Asko Tolvanen & Nina Laakso (Jyväksylän yliopisto): Häirintä urheilussa – muuttuvatko mieheydet?  

Inkeri Tanhua (Hanken Svenska handelshögskolan): Masculinities and gendering of technology in vocational education  

Laura Mankki, Timo Aho, Helena Hirvonen, Iiris Lehto & Eeva Jokinen (Itä-Suomen yliopisto): “Combining engineer mindset with human touch”. Hybrid masculinities in lean management of welfare service work

Hanna Ojala & Ilkka Pietilä (Tampereen yliopisto): Mikä pitää miehen työssä? Työmotivaatio ja työssä jatkaminen eläkeiän lähestyessä


3.6. Populaarit feminismit

Ella Poutiainen (Turun yliopisto): Uushenkisyys aikamme populaarina feminisminä?

Hannele Harjunen (Jyväskylän yliopisto): Kehopositiivisuus poliittisena liikkeenä

Emma Lamberg & Hanna Ylöstalo (Turun yliopisto): Hallitus pukeutuu Uhanaan: Feministisen politiikan ja kapitalismin jännät suhteet


3.7. Reclaiming the future and the present through feminist speculation 1

Joonas Säntti (University of Jyväskylä): The apparitional non-binary: ghostly figures of gender minorities in present-day feminist speculative fiction

Riikka Ala-Hakula (University of Jyväskylä): The Utopian Language in Monique Wittig’s Experimental “Science Fiction” Novel Les Guérillères

Kaisa Kortekallio (University of Helsinki): Rewriting Resilience: Maarit Verronen’s Hiljaiset joet as Feminist Speculation


3.8. Rethinking human-animal relations: Imagining interspecies futures from feminist and intersectional perspectives 2

Marianne Mäkelin (University of Helsinki) Enacting killability in ecological relations: mosquitoes, laboratory work and model populations 

Anna Sofia Salonen (Tampere University) Creator, Saviour, Garburator: The Anthropocentric Imaginations in Food Waste Relations

Helen Mäntymäki (University of Jyväskylä): Women and wolves in contemporary crime narratives

Salla Sariola (University of Helsinki): Fermentation and post-antibiotic worlds: tuning into sourdough workshops in Finland


3.9. Sukupuolistuneen väkivallan kohtaaminen kouluissa: kouluammattilaiset uusia tulevaisuuksia luomassa ja tukemassa (huom. alkaa klo 9:30)

Tuija Huuki, Suvi Pihkala, Helena Louhela, Marian Tumanyan & Eveliina Puutio (Oulun yliopisto): Taidelähtöiset ja tutkimusaktivistiset sommitelmat alakoululaisten vertaissuhteiden seksuaalisen häirinnän käsittelyssä

Sisko Piippo (Itä-Suomen yliopisto): Väkivaltaa koskevan verkkokoulutuksen haasteet ja mahdollisuudet

Sonja Tihveräinen (Naisten Linja, Turv@verkko-hanke): Digitaalisen väkivallan tunnistaminen ja kohtaaminen – työpajamallin esittely


3.10. Visual politics and gender on social media 2

Eleonora Esposito (Institute for Culture and Society (ICS), University of Navarra): The Visual Semiotics of Misogyny in the Era of Digital Post-Truth

Sara Tafakori (The Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, Edinburgh University): Affective geographies of rage: The emotional politics of Iranian women’s activism

Katrien Jacobs (Chinese University of Hong Kong): Online Sex Images Speaking of Hong Kong’s History of Demise

Fulya Kama Ozelkan (Sabanci University / Technical University, Istanbul): Feminist Collective Action Through Tweets and Streets


11:15-12:30 Keynote: Cecilia Åsberg: More-than-human feminisms, and sea changes (chair: Riikka Homanen)

12:30-13:30 Lunch

13:30-14:30 Panel  discussion: The future of feminist research after Covid-19  

Panelists: Mwenza Blell (Newcastle University), Andrea Ford (University of Edinburgh), Katariina Mäkinen (Tampere University) and Sertaç Sehlikoglu (UCL). Chair: Venla Oikkonen


14:45-16:15 Panels 4


4.1. Activism and alternative futures

Nina Nyman (Åbo Akademi University): You have 785 pending requests” – On Activism Born Digital, Radical Empathy and Feminist Ethics of Care in Archiving

Anna Puhakka (University of Jyväskylä) Ambivalence and introspection as subtle forms of agency in online fat activism

Rosie Walters (Cardiff University School of Law and Politics), Jenny Rivett and Lilli Loveday: Understanding Girls’ Everyday Acts of Resistance: Evidence from a longitudinal study in nine countries

Aslihan Oguz (food entrepreneur): Towards A Feminist Food System Through A Feminist Systems Thinking Approach


4.2. Affective Biopolitics in the Nordic Racial Welfare States 2

Ella Alin, University of Helsinki: White people policing racialized peoples’ trust in authorities as an act of coloniality and rational modernity

Ingvill Stuvøy, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU): Sustaining Norwegian equality in a time of migration. Social sustainability as a new politics of assimilation?


4.3. Affekti-kahvila

Affekti-kahvilaan ilmoittaudutaan täällä.


4.4. Art as feminist research, art as feminist activism 2

Emmaleena Käkelä (University of Strathclyde): Zine-making as feminist praxis: Co-production in research with refugee women

Jori Pitkänen (Tampere University, Uppsala University),  Josephine Baird (Uppsala University), Emelie Van Rodin (Uppsala University) & Doris Rusch (Uppsala University): A reflection on the ethical decision-making process during participatory game design with and for vulnerable populations 

Jacqueline Wilson (Rhodes University): Embodying pain, trauma, healing and recovery  through  feminist  art visual work


4.5. Critical Feminist Approaches to Negotiation, Mediation and Conflict Resolution 2

Esin Duzel (London School of Economics): Intersectional Feminist Peace in Turkey? Possibilities and Challenges towards Unlocking the Kurdish-Turkish Dyad

Jussi Heikkilä (Jyväskylä University, School of Business and Economics) and Ina Laukkanen (University of Helsinki): Gender-Specific Call of Duty: A Note on the Neglect of Conscription in Gender Equality Indexes

Catia C. Confortini (Wellesley College), Élise Féron (Tampere Peace Research Institute, TAU), Tarja Väyrynen (Tampere Peace Research Institute, TAU): Toward Critical Feminist Conflict Resolution Theory


4.6. Feminist, trans and queer perspectives on environmental emergencies and livable futures 2

Corinna Casi (University of Helsinki): Empower Sami Indigenous Women in Time of Environmental Crises

Sohvi Kangasluoma (Helsingin yliopisto): Narratives of Emotion and Extractivism

Ingvil Hellstrand (University of Stavanger): Utopia or dystopia? Reclaiming the either/or


4.7. Gendering research in and outside academia 4

Isaura Castelao-Huerta (National University of Colombia): Beyond the neoliberalized academy: caring practices of women professors for a better future

Marja Vehviläinen (Tampere University): Vulnerable performances in research in and out of academia: career histories of women in health technology


4.8. Reclaiming Reproductive Futures 3: ethics, justice and reproductive labour

Mwenza Blell (Newcastle University & Tampere University) & Tiia Sudenkaarne (University of Turku & Tampere University): A Finnish Haunting: Interrogating Ethical Imaginaries and Reproductive Practices in a Nordic Welfare State

Teija Rantala (University of Turku): Re-thinking reproductive justice within the Conservative Laestadian procreational politics

Sylvie Armstrong (European University Institute): Labour is Labour: What Surrogacy Can Learn from the Sex Work is Work Movement

Lise Eriksson (Uppsala University): The future of surrogate-born children


4.9. Reclaiming the future and the present through feminist speculation 2

Jani Ylönen (University of Jyväskylä): Childless Creations. Infertility and Genetically Modified Posthumans in Contemporary Science Fiction Literature 

Nóra Ugron (Babeş-Bolyai University): Watering Resistance – Telling herstories of resistance and the possibilities of becoming-with in the Chthulucene in Emmi Itäranta’s novel Memory of Water

Pauline Cullen & Mary P. Murphy (Maynooth University): Feminist Response to Crises: Continuity and Change in Pandemical Times


4.10. The future of sexuality studies 3: Assemblage and embodiment

Marjo Kolehmainen (Tampere University): Re-imagining gender and sexuality: Feminist new materialisms, affect theory and the feminist futures

Annukka Lahti (University of Jyväskylä): Becoming of the family relations and friend circles after a bisexual break-up

Sebastian Corboda (De Montfort University): Non-binary sexualities: The Desire, Practice, and Embodiment Assemblage


4.11. Trans, intersex and agendered futures 

Anna Kavoura & SanTra Rinne (University of Brighton): Transgender Inclusion in the Rainbow Dancing Scene in Finland: Findings and Experiences from a Participatory Action Research

Sam Sanchinel (University of Toronto): Tengo Sueño: A Cross-* Generational Latinx Dream of Borders, Religion, Trans Identity and Queer Possibilities

Pinar Sarigöl (Bielefeld University): Agendered future with the help of love politics


16:20-16:30 Closing words

16:30- The Association for Gender Studies in Finland General Assembly (for SUNS members, in Finnish)