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FEMCIT explores the relationship between the changing forms  and practices of gendered citizenship in a multicultural Europe and the demands and practices of contemporary women’s movements. We are studying how citizenship is gendered, and how women, as ordinary citizens and activists, have been involved in challenging inequalities and injustice across Europe.

Project News

Publications from FEMCIT keep on coming!

Nicky Le Feuvre and Sasha Roseneil have just had an article published in the journal Social Politics:
'Entanglements of Economic and Intimate Citizenship: Individualization and Gender (In)Equality in a Changing Europe'.

And the Work Package 6 team recently published 'Living Apart Relationships in Contemporary Europe: Accounts of Togetherness and Apartness' in the journal Sociology (Mariya Stoilova, Sasha Roseneil, Isabel Crowhurst, Tone Hellesund and Ana Cristina Santos)


Research Updates
New PhD thesis to be published in FEMCIT Book Series

Former FEMCIT-researcher, Trine Rogg Korsvik, recently defended her PhD thesis with the title:  'Pornograhy is the theory and rape is praxis': Women's struggle against rape and pornography in France and Norway ca. 1970-1985, at the Faculty of Humanities, University of Oslo.


6_frameworkFEMCIT is funded by EU's Sixth Framework Programme Coordinated by the University of Bergen.