Family and Care Studies / Gender and Queer Studies

Appenroth, Max Nicolai

Max Nicolai Appenroth is a trans activist and Ph.D. candidate at the Institute of Public Health at the Charité Universitätsmedizin in Berlin. His research, teaching, and activism focus on the (in)accessibility of healthcare for trans people on an...


Bose, Käthe von

Käthe von Bose is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Research Training Group "Automatisms" at the University of Paderborn. She did her PhD at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Women and Gender Studies at the TU Berlin and with a DFG-scholarship of the...


Castro Varela, María do Mar

María do Mar Castro Varela is a professor of pedagogy and social work at the Alice Salomon Hochschule Berlin. In her research, she focuses on intersectional gender and queer studies, postcolonial studies and critical education.


Clotworthy, Amy

Amy Clotworthy holds a Ph.D. in ethnology and a Master's degree in applied cultural analysis, both from the University of Copenhagen. In her position at the interdisciplinary Center for Healthy Aging (CEHA), she teaches and conducts research on how health...


Derboven, Wibke

Wibke Derboven (Licenciate Degree of Engineering), born 1958, works as a research associate in the research group »Work, Gender and Technology« at Hamburg University of Technology, led by Gabriele Winker. She researches and teaches from a sociological and...


Dionisius, Sarah Charlotte

Sarah Charlotte Dionisius (Dr. phil.), born 1986, is research associate at the chair for organisation, technology and gender, at Universität zu Köln and received her doctorate at Goethe-Universität Frankfurt at the institute of sociology. Her research...


Eckardt, Sarah

Sarah Eckardt (Dr. phil.) is a research assistant at the chair for empirical social research in Erfurt. The sociologist received her doctorate within the doctoral program »Family in Change. Discontinuity, tradition and structure formation« of...

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