- ATHENA 3
- GENDER 2006
- ACADEMIC &
2005 - 2009
GENDERGRADUATES - The Marie Curie Fellowships for Early Stage
GENDERGRADUATES, The Marie Curie Fellowships for Early Stage
in the field of gender and women's studies granted
early stage researchers access to a training program offered by a
network of seven universities in different European countries.
Acclaimed for high expertise in gender research and education,
partner institutions jointly trained and exchanged junior PhD
students. The Marie Curie Early Stage Training Scheme was designed
to encourage international mobility and, therefore, carried an
enhanced salary/stipend package.
University of £ód¼, Poland (Prof. Elæbieta H.
University of Bologna, Italy (Prof. Vita
Cornelia Goethe Centrum in Frankfurt am Main,
Germany (Prof. Brita Rang),
University of York, United Kingdom (Prof.
Linköping University, Sweden (Prof. Nina Lykke),
Ljubljana Graduate School in Humanities,
Slovenia (Prof. Svetlana Slapsak),
Utrecht University, the Netherlands (Prof. Rosi Braidotti and Prof.
Women’s Studies Centre hosted four Marie Curie
2005 - 2007 Maja Sager, Sweden,
2005 - 2006 Karin Lenke, Sweden,
2006 - 2007, 2008 Marita Zitmane, Latvia,
2007 - 2008 Sanja Kajinię, Croatia.
WSC participated in the following international meetings within
Marie Curie GENDERGRADUATES project:
March 2006 – Consortium kick-off meeting,
Utrecht, the Netherlands,
March 2006 – PhD seminar “Linguistic Turn and
Beyond,” Utrecht, the Netherlands,
March 2006 – PhD course “Structural and
Post-structural Approaches in Feminist Theory,” Örebro, Sweden,
June 2006 – International conference “Hetero
Factory,” Linköping, Sweden,
September 2006 – NOISE Summer School, the
Network of Interdisciplinary Women's Studies in Europe, Utrecht, the
March 2007 – Management Meeting, Bologna, Italy,
August 2007 – NOISE Summer School, “Un-settling the canon:
Generating alternative feminist knowledge practices” Bologna, Italy,
July 2008 – Euroscience Open Forum, Barcelona,