17 June 2021 2:00pm–3:00pm
Online via Teams
Sociological perspectives on sex and gender have developed from a binary understanding of sex and gender as biological categories, through the social construction of gender, and the performance of both sex and gender. This talk gives an overview of the development of different sociological approaches to sex and gender and emphasises the importance of intersectional analyses.
Line is an expert on religion, gender and race. Her interdisciplinary research examines women’s and men’s religious, gendered and racial identities and their experiences of discrimination and barriers to citizenship in everyday life. She obtained her PhD and MA in Sociology from the University of Southern California (USC), Los Angeles, USA, and has MA and BA degrees in Political Science from the University of Bergen, Norway. Line joined the School of Social Sciences and Humanities at Loughborough University as Lecturer in 2007.