Our courses in English
This transdisciplinary course provides you with the tools to interpret and critically interrogate how issues of threat, war and security politics are manifested in the cultural sphere.
This course aims to offer a historical overview of the emergence of the “apocalypse” as a specific religious category and as a distinct literary genre.
An introduction to an ethnological analysis and understanding of Swedish society, past and present.
Study some of the most important magical texts and traditions that have flourished in Europe and the broader Mediterranean area.
Get the analytical tools to problematize, historicize, and understand the diverse intersectional othering process.
The course provides knowledge about how environments and remnants of 20th century Sweden and Europe today are re-interpreted and used for new purposes.
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How ERG is run
One department - three areas of research
The course introduces gender and youth culture as a field of knowledge production and research.
On 6 September 2023, international scholars gathered at Stockholm University to discuss the history and philosophy of A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami.
The next conference within the research programme The Lost Navy will take place at Sveaborg, Finland in June 2024. Wish to participate? Call for papers is open until December 31.
Gender and Sexuality in Danish Fantasy Literature for Children 2000-2023.
Intersections of education, identity, and gender. Hybrid seminar.
Queer Friendships (on the surface and between the lines) in Writings by Hermann Hesse.