In the «Workshop on Gender and Quality” we come together to discuss issues of gender inequality and gendered structures within academia.
We will investigate how concepts like scientific quality and excellence are interpreted and applied within university settings, and how gendered structures, implicit bias, micro inequality, discrimination, and sexual and gendered harassment affect academia. These are questions relevant to decision-making processes, such as the assessment and evaluation of scientific work, the organization and execution of hiring processes, and the appointment of leaders to big research projects.
The workshop will focus both on gender in academia in general, and on gender imbalance within philosophy in particular.
All are welcome!
The deadline for registration is Sept 18th.
If you have dietary restrictions, please contact Sigfrid Kjeldaas (email@example.com).
Philosophy and Gender (E 0101)
Monday, Sept 23
Chair: Kjersti Fjørtoft
12.15- 13.00: Tove Pettersen: Philosophy and feminism: On the relationship between (the lack of) gender perspectives and gender balance in the field of philosophy
13.15: 14.00: Inga Bostad: Gender balance as norm criticism, gender blindness and diversity in Norwegian philosophy
14.00- 14.20: Gender imbalance and philosophy - discussion (Plenary: Tove Pettersen and Inga Bostad)
14.20 – 14.40: coffee
Chair: Sigfrid Kjeldaas
14.40 - 15.10: Elin Svenneby: Ka Slags feminist e du? En pliktoppfyllende stipendiats memorarer
15.20 - 15.50: Fredrik Nilsen: Balanse i filosofiens historie
16.00 - 16.30: Trine Antonsen: #Metoo in academia: On the relevance of MacKinnon's "Sexual Harassment in the Workplace"
Chair: Kjersti Fjørtoft
16.40 – 17.20: Kjønnsubalanse og filosofi – årsaker og virkemidler – felles diskusjon (Plenum: Elin Svenneby, Fredrik Nilsen, Trine Antonsen)
19:00: Dinner at Hildr
Equality and quality within academia (E 0101)
Tuesday, September. 24
Chair Malin Rönnblom
09.10- 09.40: Kjersti Fjørtoft: What is happening when we assess each other? Gender equality, epistemic injustice and micro inequality
09.50 – 10.30: Melina Duarte, Annamari Vitikainen, Maria Danielsen: Parenting in social welfare states: A backfire for academics in the tenure track
10.45- 11.30: Cathrine Egeland: Gender imbalance in the field of history
Chair: Annamari Vitikainen
12.30 - 13.00: Mervi Heikkinen: Capturing intersectional gendered excellence in science and technology
13.10 - 13.40: Malin Rönnblom: The difficulties to articulate problems in an era of bench marketing
13.40 - 14.00: Coffee
Chair: Melina Duarte
14.00 – 14.45 : Plenum: The culture of academia, gender equality and diversity
(Sigfrid Kjeldaas, Kjersti Fjørtoft, Cathrine Egeland, Malin Rönnblom)
15.00 – 15:45 Prestige project meeting: “What we have learned – what we wish to pursue” (E 0104)