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Subject: SV: CFP Bodily Methodologies
From: Signe Bremer <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Etnologi i Sverige.
Date:Tue, 17 Sep 2013 12:59:40 +0000

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Jättespännande verkligen. Jag hade jättegärna deltagit om jag hade vetat vad min försörjning är vid tillfället och om jag har råd att åka. 

Allt gott till dig och hoppas allt är bra med dig!

Varma hälsningar
Från: Etnologi i Sverige. [[log in to unmask]] f&#246;r Karin Lindelöf [[log in to unmask]]
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Ämne: [ETNOLIST] CFP Bodily Methodologies

Extended deadline: 1 October 2013


Call for Proposals - Bodily Methodologies, Gendered Health and Intersectional
Knowledge Production

The 7th Annual Meeting with the Nordic Network Gender, Body, Health in
collaboration with the University of Southern Denmark

December 11th – 13th 2013,
University of Southern Denmark in Odense

A methodology is in short the logos of method, the study of how something is
approached and investigated. A methodology comprises a set of working methods.
The word methodology also signifies the analysis of such working methods and
the theoretical branch concerned with principles of the formation and
production of knowledge.

This conference focuses on methodological complexities and epistemological
challenges in research targeting the interrelations between gender, embodiment
and health. It aims to raise questions concerning the how’s of knowledge
production. The conference seeks to highlight methodologies from different
disciplines, professions, traditions and fields of research, addressing points
of convergence and tension, and discussing how different methodologies can be
creatively combined in approaching the production of knowledge on gender, body
and health.

We welcome submissions for papers, panels, and mini-workshops approaching
issues within the overarching theme from a broad range of disciplines and
fields of research.

Topics can include, but are not limited to:
- Embodied methodologies
- Cultural representations in productions of knowledge
- Productions of ”normal bodies” as healthy bodies and vice versa
- Autoethnographies, Autobiography, Subjectivity and Self-Representation
- The researcher as knowledge producer
- Emotion, subjectivity and experience in the process of knowledge production
- Bodies as Objects and Subjects of Knowledge
- Artistic and creative approaches to research methodologies and knowledge
- Methodologies of Reading Literature and Film
- Newer Methodological Approaches to Reading (i.e. new materialism,
postcolonialism, etc.)
- The relations and tensions between “old” and “new” methodologies

One page abstracts are due no later than September 15, 2013.
Please submit your abstracts to: [log in to unmask]

More information will be made available at .

The Nordic Network Gender, Body, Health was founded in 2007 and had its first
network meeting in January 2008. It is currently based at the Centre for
Gender Research, the University of Oslo, Norway. With the aim of achieving
productive interdisciplinary work on issues concerning gender, body, and
health, the network gathers researchers and practitioners from a number of
diverse fields such as medicine, comparative literature, philosophy,
sociology, anthropology, cultural geography, gender studies, film, media and
cultural studies, sports- and health sciences, psychiatry, social psychology,
and history of science.

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Karin S. Lindelöf

Institutionen för Kulturantropologi och Etnologi
Uppsala universitet

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