Subject coordinator: Helena Hill
Researchers, teaching staff and other personnel:
PhD candidate in Gender Studies within the project Reimagining Nordden in an Evolving World (ReNEW).
Culture and Education
I defended my PhD "Soviet People with Female Bodies" (2007). Currently my research is focused on Women's International Democratic Federation, the Cold War and the Third World.
Elżbieta Korolczuk, Associate professor in sociology, her research involves: social movements, civil society, politics of reproduction and anti-gender campaigns.
Comparative gender studies; intersections of body/bio-politics, citizenship, and knowledge regimes; borderlands of post/decolonial and postsocialist scholarship
Professor of Gender Studies. Deputy vice-chancellor, research. Chair of the steering committee for Center for Baltic and East European Studies and for the library council.
I am a PhD-student as well as teacher in Gender Studies.
My doctoral project is an ethnographic study of Belgrade as a local and global place for medical transition.
gender, sexuality, embodiment, age and ageing, dementia, disability, masculinity
Feminist studies of digital media at the intersection of bodies, gender, sexual politics, and technologies. Critical humanist perspectives on AI, imagination and social justice.
I am mapping the ways queers in Estonia are making close relationships. I am interested in how time, dependency (economic, social, emotional), care and intimacy are negotiated