Interactive technology and "co-creation" fosters diversity at the museum
Digital technology and interaction with the public will help increase diversity and highlight women in the Technical Museum's exhibitions.
Profit-seeking in ice hockey may reinforce macho behaviour
Swedish ice hockey players seemed more prone to macho behavior on Instagram than their Norwegian counterparts. This may be because ice hockey is a national sport in Sweden, which means more professionalisation and commercialisation, according to researchers.
Women in the parables were not just props
Even Martin Luther was more concerned with female characters in the parables than modern researchers have been, according to Ellen Aasland Reinertsen. In her doctoral thesis, she focuses on the Bible's marginalised virgins and slave women.
When the state apologises, history must be rewritten
When victims of state abuse achieve recognition, the identity of the entire people will change, according to Eirik Vatnøy. He has analysed the rhetoric of an Irish rights campaign for women detained in Catholic laundries.
Artificial intelligence is expected to open up great opportunities for society, but what do we know about artificial intelligence and gender equality?
Gender Equality in Research in Europe
Kilden genderreseach.no has mapped similarities and differences among European knowledge centres that work with gender perspectives and gender balance in research.
Master suppression techniques
Master suppression techniques are strategies people or groups of people can use to dominate or humiliate others in a subtle, indirect way.