The Netherlands Research School of Gender Studies (NOG) hosts the annual National Research Day dedicated to the cutting edge work of junior researchers of Dutch universities in the fields of gender, ethnicity, sexuality and diversity. The 2015 edition of the National Research Day will take place at the Institute for Gender Studies (Radboud University Nijmegen), which celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. Postdocs, PhD's and advanced RMA candidates are cordially invited to participate in this cutting edge event.
Call for papers
The NOG research days, through the presentation of the ‘work in progress’ of the current generation of gender scholars, both monitor and critique national developments and contemporary discussion within the field. The 2015 edition focusses in particular on the effects of 30 years of feminist scholarships and aims to map both urgent and emergent topics and research questions for feminist scholars today.
The Doing Gender in the Netherlands Day is open for presentations of Postdocs, PhD students and advanced research master students registered at Dutch universities.
You may participate as a:
- paper presenter.
- participant without paper presentation.
Abstracts for papers (300 words maximum) can be sent to NOG@uu.nl until Friday March 6. Please mention your name, university and supervisor(s). After the deadline we’ll let you know whether you are accepted as a presenter.
Accepted papers are due Monday May 18 and should be submitted to NOG@uu.nl. The final paper should be 4500-6000 words (excluding footnotes and references).