Fabrizio Borchi


Infrastructures of Solidarity. East-South Women’s Alliances During the Cold War, 1960-1989

This Queer and Feminist Studies Working Group event hosts a talk by Professor Kristen R. Ghodsee, University of Pennsylvania followed by comments by EUI PhD Researchers Marta Chmielewska and Minja Bujakovic. The discussion will be chaired by Anna Dobrowolska, Max Weber Fellow (HEC). Women from the state socialist countries in Eastern Europe—what used to be […]

Feminism, Participatory Action Research and Constructivist Grounded Theory Method

10 November 2021, 16.00 CET In the framework of the seminar series “A Hitchhiker’s Guide to Epistemology, Theory and Methods”, the Qualitative and Fieldwork Working Group hosts its third session with a presentation on “Feminism, Participatory Action Research and Constructivist Grounded Theory Method.” This session hosts Giada Bonu, who will give a presentation related to […]

Regulating human reproduction – Ursula Hirschmann Lecture by Brenda Hale on 8 November

8 November 2021, 17.00 CET, Sala Europa and via Zoom.  In the framework of the Ursula Hirschmann Lecture Series, this hybrid event is jointly organised with the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies. Most of the time, when we talk of regulating reproduction, we are talking of regulating women’s reproduction – enforcing chastity, only allowing abortion […]

Angry Homosexuals – Respectable Homophiles. Lecture by Dario Pasquini on 21 October

Thursday, 21st October 2021, 17:00 – 19:00, Sala degli Stemmi – Villa Salviati – Via Bolognese 156 Firenze Italy, hybrid mode This lecture, in the framework of the Queer and Feminist studies lecture series, will consider two early Italian queer magazines, founded between 1971 and 1972: namely FUORI! and Homo. While “FUORI!” was a radical-leftist […]

DFG-research network „Contemporary Queer Histories in German-speaking Europe” has been approved

The German Research Foundation DFG has granted funding to the research network „Contemporary Queer Histories in German-speaking Europe“ for the duration of three years. The network is co-coordinated by Benno Gammerl, professor for the history of gender and sexuality at the EUI. For further information please see: https://www.geschkult.fu-berlin.de/e/fmi/bereiche/ab_didaktik/News/Netzwerk_Queere_Zeitgeschichte.html