Örebro University is currently offering research study opportunities on the doctoral programme in Gender Studies. For the successful candidate, the programme will conclude with the award of the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy, Gender Studies. The starting date of the programme is Autumn 2020.
Gender Studies at Örebro University is a social science-orientated discipline in the Division of Gender Studies and Sociology within the School of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences. It is a highly international research environment, which also leads the Centre for Feminist Social Studies. The theoretical base is within feminist theory, and currently research is conducted on knowledge production, violence, work, love, sexuality, gender equality policy, mobility, international relations, sustainability and critical studies on men and masculinities. As a doctoral student, you will become part of a lively research environment with multiple national, European and international projects and collaborations. Gender Studies at Örebro University is an active member in many national, Nordic and international fora for gender research, e.g. Swedish Gender Research Association, The Nordic Association of Feminist and Gender Research, ATGENDER, and RINGS.