Author Archives: Anders Hansson
Call for papers Queer Concepts for the 2020s LAMBDA NORDICA – NORDIC JOURNAL FOR LGBTQ STUDIES Deadline for abstracts: October 15, 2018 It has been almost thirty years since Teresa de Lauretis organized the conference at UC Santa Cruz from … Continue reading
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Lambda Nordica draw their readers’ attention to a campaign aiming to fund the translation of an interesting PhD thesis. Please refer to this webpage for more information. The campaign is open until January 30.
Together with its guest editors Robert Kulpa and Joanna Mizielinska, Lambda Nordica is happy to announce its new issue 4/2012 “In transition”?: Central/Eastern European Sexualities”
lambda nordica is currently accepting manuscripts for the open issue 4/2013. Articles should be between 5,000 and 7,000 words including footnotes and references and should not previously have been published. Accepted languages are Swedish, Norwegian, Danish and English. Detailed instructions … Continue reading
Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) is a searchable database listing more than eight thousand scientific Open Access publication. Open Access means that scientific results are made freely available on the Internet, and DOAJ requires a certain minimum access level in … Continue reading
The Strindberg centenary is being celebrated by theatres, papers, TV and in the academic world. In this issue of lambda nordica, the focus is on the tension between norm and deviation, power and counter-power that the Strindberg jubilee brings out. … Continue reading
We are pleased to announce the second international Somatechnics Conference to be held in the Nordic region. The idea of somatechnics, which has gained wide critical currency since it was first suggested , reflects an understanding of corporeality, embodied subjectivity … Continue reading
Following last week’s extra annual general meeting, lambda nordica is glad to announce that Jenny Björklind will succeed Dirk Gindt as co-editor. Jenny holds a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature and is Associate Professor of Gender Studies at Uppsala University.