Activism: Gender, Sexuality, and RaceSummer Course

Major Discipline(s)
Anthropology, Gender Studies, Sociology
Location: Copenhagen
Session 1

Together, we examine activism of social movements on gender, sexuality, and race in Scandinavia. The course offers a theoretical introduction to the concept of identity politics and empirical insights into activism and social movements in a Scandinavian context. Throughout the course, hands-on experience with activism embodies a theoretical understanding of identity politics, enabling you to critically reflect on what role collective action plays in social change.


Sara Ezban Grützmeier

DIS Summer Faculty

Cand. Soc. in Development and International Relations, Global Refugee Studies from Aalborg University (2013). Worked with ethnic minority integration in the Copenhagen Municipality and in civil society organizations focusing on youth activism. Currently working as project coordinator in Sabaah, a volunteer-based organization for LGBTQ people with ethnic minority background in Denmark. With DIS since 2015.