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2018.08.10 | Seminar

Interdisciplinary seminar on sex education

How is sex education conducted in Denmark today? How has it developed over time? What are the main problems and focal points? How do we conduct a norm critical sex education? How do we address different age and target groups? How should social workers address the sexuality of disabled people living in institutions? These are just some of the…

2018.07.12 | Grants

“Gender Blender” - 4.9 million DKK for gender research

VELUX foundation have awarded the Women’s museum in Aarhus and researchers from Aarhus University a grant of 4.9 million DKK for a collaborative research project on gender. Three members from the research group Sexuality Studies take part in the project: Jakob Rosendal as post.doc, Camilla Skovbjerg Paldam and Louise Fabian as project leaders.

2018.05.07 | Course

Teaching: Autumn 2018. HUM-fag: Sexuality Studies

It is the third year in a row that there is a course on sexuality studies for students at Faculty of Arts.

2018.02.26 | Lecture/talk

Lecture on Sigmund Freud

Curious on Sigmund Freud? Member of the research unit Sexuality Studies, Jakob Rosendal, gives a talk on Sigmund Freud in “Filosofibar”, Wednesday 7/3-2018, 15.00-16.00. The lecture is free and will be held in Danish. Venue: Cafeen – Studenterhus Aarhus.

Foto: Colourbox.dk

2018.02.12 | Grants

Grant for activities 2018

The research group Sexuality Studies has received a grant of 29.000 DKK for activities in 2018 from School of Communication and culture . Thanks! Great to be recognized and feel the institutional support for our research.

Sarah Lucas: Au Naturel (1994)

2016.03.18 | Course

Teaching Autumn 2016: HUM-fag: Sexuality studies

Sex plays a major role in media, in our daily lives, in culture – maybe more than ever before, or maybe just in more explicit ways. The aim of this course is to understand, theorize and question the interrelations of sexuality and human culture.

2016.03.01 | Lecture/talk

Podcast: The child as catalyst for change

Hear podcast of Camilla Skovbjerg Paldam's lecture: The child as catalyst for change - free upbringing, free sex and socialism in early 20th century at History of Sexuality Seminar, Senate House, London, 20th October 2015

2015.03.09 | Publication

Danish translation of Badiou on Love

by Jakob Rosendal

2015.03.05 | Visit

Camilla Skovbjerg Paldam: Visiting Expert of Sexuality Studies

at University of Kent, Canterbury, UK

Material from seminars

"The sexual child": View poster and abstracts from the seminar