Professor J. Jack Halberstam from the Columbia University visited our CoreKin workshop, and gave a public talk at the end of May 2017 at the Helsinki University. The CoreKin Team was mostly delighted to host these events, partly organised together with the SKY Doctoral Programme in Gender, Culture and Society.
*For English speaking audience: in this blog entry we write about the sexual policies of dance, focusing especially on the legacy of ballet: the queer of sexualities in its core and the conflicting claim for gender. The text is based on our participation in the Excellence in Finland accelerator programme […]
“My private and exceptional intimate happiness: same-sex relationships and motherhood during the last Soviet Period in Russia” was the title of the talk that Alisa Zhabenko, a junior CoreKin Team member, gave at the ground-breaking international conference “Communist Homosexuality 1945 – 1989 / Bodies – Languages – Images” at the […]
In sports, the aims often seem to be clear enough. In this sense, science and art, characterized by fumbling, contradictions and a constant state of renewal, are very different. The researcher’s owl of Minerva flies at dusk, while the artist re-imagines the world over and over again. The ethos of […]
Dear Friends, Thank You for being with us this year! The CoreKin Team wishes You very Happy Holidays!!! May your coming 2017 year be filled with magic, dreams and good madness 🙂
“Risks and Protection in Field Work related to Gender and Sexualities” Workshop took place in the University of Helsinki at the 2nd of December. The Corekin Team members were discussing the obstacles, methodological and ethical problems they are facing in their fields. Dr. Thomas Strong from the Maynooth University […]