Gender, relationships, and sexuality: An empirical study on the lived experiences of young Catholic women
In this brown bag seminar, Eline Huygens will present her current work in progress as part of her PhD project entitled ‘Gender, relationships, and sexuality. An empirical study on the lived experiences of young Catholic women’. In particular she will talk about the entanglement of relationships and religiosity in Catholic women’s lives.
Eline is a doctoral researcher and teaching assistant at Ghent University, involved in the linking course and master programme Gender and Diversity, and member of the Centre for Research on Culture and Gender. In her doctoral research, she investigates how religion shapes the experiences and practices of Roman Catholic women pertaining to relationships and sexuality.
This brown bag seminar will take place on Zoom. Please register by sending an email to Nika.Looman@UGent.be.
This seminar is open to all, PhD students, postdocs, senior researchers, and other interested individuals.