News and Events
8 January 2019
This special issue focuses on the impacts of gender registration and the possibilities for abandoning such practices. Deadline for submission: 4 February 2019.
20 December 2018
Koen Leurs, Sanne Sprenger, Ena Omerović and Hemmo Bruinenberg developed a program called “Media literacy through making media”.
5 November 2018
The PCI announces its 8th film series with a selection of films that draw on a variety of different contexts in our postcolonial world.
5 October 2018
California requires listed companies to appoint a woman on the board. Three questions to Linda Senden, expert European gender equality.
13 September 2018
This book offers an innovative take on the role of intellectuals in Europe through a postcolonial lens.
4 September 2018
Prof. Sandra Ponzanesi received a NWO grant for her international research project 'Postcolonial Intellectuals and their European Publics'.
15 June 2018
Special Issue of PhiloSOPHIA: A Journal of Continental Feminism 8.1 (2018), edited by Birgit Kaiser and Kathrin Thiele.
13 April 2018
The Special Collection 'Forced migration and digital connectivity in(to) Europe', published in Social Media + Society is edited by Koen Leurs and Kevin Smets.
27 March 2018
Sandra Ponzanesi, leader of ERC project CONNECTINGEUROPE, organised the conference during her visiting professorship at Columbia University.
16 March 2018
Koen Leurs and Alison Harvey have co-edited a special issue with a selection of works presented at the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR) conference.
23 January 2018
This special issue introduces the notions of encapsulation and cosmopolitanism to understand digital migration studies
13 December 2017
Doing Gender in Media, Art and Culture is a comprehensive gender studies textbook with an international focus.
30 October 2017
Professor Dr Gloria Wekker, Professor Dr Philomena Essed and Dr Leo Balai together win the Black Achievement 2017 in the category Science.
21 September 2017
Store chain HEMA has announced to discontinue sex indications in children's clothing: no more “boys” or “girls” departments, but simply “kids”.
22 August 2017
Prof Dr Rosemarie Buikema (Gender Studies) explains why a seemingly small change in addressing people has a big impact on how people interact with each other.