Project publications thus far
  • Mupotsa, Danai S. 2019. “Feeling backwards: temporal ambivalence in an African city”. Feminist Theory First Published February 25, 2019.
  • Mupotsa, Danai S. 2019. “Knowing from Loss.The Sociological Review first published 13 December 2019.
  • Mupotsa, Danai S. 2019. “Fragile Feeling.” Journal of African Cinemas 11(3).
  • Mupotsa, Danai S. 2020. “Conjugality.” GLQ 26 (3) (out Spring issue, online by early Jan, print by March).
  • Mupotsa, Danai, 2020. "Breathing Under Water." forthcoming in Surfacing, edited by Desiree Lewis and Gabeba Baderoon, Wits University Press.
  • Mupotsa, Danai S. & Xin, Liu 2019. “Stammering tongue” In: Theme issue: "Ghostly border-crossings: Europe in African and Afrodiasporic narratives". Editors: Polo Moji and Natasha Himmelman. Tydskrif vir Letterkunde 56(1) PUBLISHED: 2019-04-29
  • Oinas, Elina 2019. “HIV Politics and Structural Violence: Access to Treatment and Knowledge”. In Confortini, Catia & Vaittinen, Tiina (eds.) Gender, global health and violence: Feminist perspectives on peace and disease. Rowman & Littlefield: London & New York.
  • Liu, Xin, Oinas, Elina, Zhao, Yan, Leppänen, Katarina, Yu, Lily and Sundberg, Trude 2019. “Welfare State and Feminist Transnational Knowledge Production”. In Savinetti, Nicol (ed.) Gendered Dimensions of Welfare in China and the Nordic Region Feminist transformations, visions and recommendations. A Sino-Nordic Gender Studies Network Workshop The Danish Cultural Center, Beijing 25 – 29 March 2019. Copenhagen: NIAS – Nordic Institute of Asian Studies Report. Available at Gendered Dimensions of Welfare in China and the Nordic Region - Feminist transformations, visions and recommendations p. 17-23.
  • blackademiagasm: regular blog by Gorata Chengeta who analyses her PhD journey. Collaborators: Elina Oinas (PI); Salla Aldrin Salskov, Ali Ali, Dr. Liu Xin, Katriina Huttunen, Dr Aynalem Megersa, Dr Mulumebet Zenebe, Dr Danai Mupotsa, Gorata Chengeta, Ndjaka Mtsetwene, Wairimu Murithii, Anele Ganta.
  • Oinas, Elina 2021. Wayward academia – wild, connected, and solitary diffractions in everyday praxis. Matter – Journal of New Materialist Research 2(1):26-51.

  • Salskov, Salla Aldrin 2020. A Critique of Our Own? On Intersectionality and “Epistemic Habits” in a Study of Racialization and Homonationalism in a Nordic Context, NORA - Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research 28(3):251-265, DOI: 10.1080/08038740.2020.1789218