26 april, 2018 - kl. 17:00 till 18:00
Why do migration and migrants’ rights need to be central to a feminist agenda? What role does gender play in experiences of migration and the asylum process? What do different forms of resistance to border control and exclusion look like in relation to gender and in different national and transnational contexts?
These are some questions that Maja Sager, PhD and associate senior lecturer at the Department of Gender Studies in Lund, has looked at in her research. She has studied inequalities, racism, and sexism both on a local and a national level from an intersectional feminist perspective. In Sager’s ongoing project she takes a closer look at the courts in Sweden and how they emerge as an arena for political and social struggles over racism.
During this FUF-seminar Sager will talk about her ongoing project and give us an insight to her experiences.
When? Thursday 26 April, 17.00 – 18.00
Where? Flygeln, Geocentrum 1, Sölvegatan 10, Lund
We are looking forward to seeing you!