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Here you will find information about CIRGEN’s own activities and also about activities in which CIRGEN participates. Scroll down and navigate the different pages that include our earlier activities starting in 2019.

Note: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some activities have been cancelled or postponed. We have updated this information when known.

November 26

Diálogos de Ciencia: Investigadoras en la Universitat de Valencia. Noche Mediterránea de las Investigadoras. Online. Read more.

Mónica Bolufer will tell us about her research career together with other researchers of the Universitat de València.

November 18

Course “Con nombre de mujer (II). Mujeres y género en la Ilustración: una perspectiva europea y transatlántica”. CEFIRE. Valencia (Spain). Read more.

November 17

Conference Sociedad Iberoamericana de Historia de las Emociones y la Experiencia (SIHEX). Mexico City (Mexico). Read more. Cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic.

CIRGEN will participate in the Sociedad Iberoamericana de Historia de las Emociones y la Experiencia (SIHEX) Conference. 17-20 November 2020.

November 14

Seminar Josep Fontana. Barcelona (Spain). Read more.

Mónica Bolufer has been invited to give a talk…

November 13

Enlightened Female Networks: Gendered ways of producing knowledge. Online seminar. Read more.

13 and 14 November 2020. Organizers: Anna Maerker (King’s College London), Elena Serrano (Universitat de València), and Simon Werrett (UCL)

October 7

Conference “Southern Passions. Narrating Nation and Gender (18th-19th centuries)”. Online. Read more.

August 31

9th ESHS Conference “Visual, Material and Sensory Cultures of Science”. Bologna (Italy). Read more. Cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic.

Panel “Touching Visions: Gender and the Potency of Visual Artefacts” by Elena Serrano and …

May 12

Colloquium organized by Societat Catalana d’Història de la Ciència i de la Tècnica. Vic (Spain). Read more.

“Recipes for unwelcome love: Lust, Imagination and Nerves in the eighteenth-century” by Elena Serrano. Cancelled due to COVID Pandemic.

April 24

Course organized by Technische Universität Berlin. Berlin (Germany). Read more.

“How does gender shape science? The intermingling of gender and science in historical contexts” by Elena Serrano.

April 6

Seminar series “La sexualidad en la historia”. Instituto Interuniversitario “López Piñero” (UV). Valencia (Spain). Read more. STREAMED ONLINE

Ester García will give a talk in the seminar series “La sexualidad en la historia”

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