Dagmar Lorenz-Meyer





Ph.D., 2000

London School of Economics, UK, Gender Institute

MA, 1993

University of Hamburg, Germany, Department of Psychology



“New Materialism: Networking Scholarship on ‘How Matter Comes to Matter’” (COST Action IS1307, European Commission 2014-2018)

International Conference Grants from ATGENDER (Gothenburg 2013); European Association for the Study of Science and Technology (EASST) (Copenhagen 2012); Friedrich Ebert Foundation (Budapest 2012)

Visiting Research Fellow, Centre for Gender Research, Uppsala University, Sweden 2011; December 2012.

PUBLICATIONS (selection)

Retooling memory work as re-enactment’ in P. Hinton and P. Treusch (Eds.) Teaching with Feminist Materialisms, pp. 85-100, Utrecht: ATGENDER. The European Association for Gender Research, Education and Documentation, 2015.

“Reassembling gender: On the immanent politics of gendering apparatuses of bodily production in science” Women: A Cultural Review 2014, 25(1): 78-98.

“Timescapes of activism: Trajectories, encounters and timings of Czech women’s NGOs”, European Journal of Women’s Studies 2013, 20(4): 408-424.

“Locating excellence and enacting locality”, Science, Technology & Human Values (2012) 37(2): 241-263.

 “Jak v praxi ovlivnit spory o hranice? Proč se nepodařilo přírodovědce přesvědčit o významnosti genderu‘[How to Tell Boundary Corrosive Stories? Revisiting Failures to Render Gender a Matter of Concern with Practicing Scientists], Socialní Studia 2012/3: 65-83.

 “Visceral gendering and a politics of connectivity”, Women’s Studies International Forum 2011, 34 (6): 562-569.

“Gendered and gendering ambivalences in science, or how professional identities come to matter”, in C. Burton-Jeangros and C. Maeder (Eds.) Identité et transformation des modes de vie, pp. 166-183, Zurich: Seismo Verlag, 2010.

“Possibilities of enacting and researching epistemic communities”, Sociological Research Online, 15 (2) 13, 2010. [nominated for SAGE Prize for Innovation and Excellence 2011]

“Where, when, and how is gender intersectional? Approaches to teaching and researching intersectionality”, in B. Knotková-Čapková (Ed.) Ročenka Katedry genderových studií FHS UK 07/08 [Yearbook of the Department of Gender Studies], pp. 178-200, Prague: Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Humanities, 2010.


Reviewer for Cultural Studies Review; Current Sociology; Czech Sociological Review; Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies

Co-chair of the COST Working group “New Materialisms on the Crossroads of the Natural and Human Sciences” (with Cecilia Åsberg and Ana Mouraz)

Member of the COST IS1307 Management Committee and Country Representative for the Czech Republic (2014-2018)

Member of Advisory Board for H-Net European Material Feminisms

Member of the Society for the Social Studies of Science (4S)

Member of the European Association for Gender Research, Education and Documentation (ATGENDER)

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Jessica Lynn – the Butterfly Project

The Department of Gender Studies (FHS) invites you to the guest lecture by Jessica Lynn, Kinsey Institute Global Ambassador

from the Indiana University. The interactive lecture will be held on Saturday 11 May 2019 from 13 at the areal FTVS UK (José Martího 269/31 Praha 6 – Veleslavín) in the seminar room FHS 1 on the third floor.

Jessica Lynn is a world-renowned transgender advocate and activist. Her experiences as a transgender woman and parent led her to dedicate her life to spreading awareness and acceptance for gender non-conforming communities around the world. Over the last several years, Jessica has crisscrossed the globe sharing the story of her journey over 700 times in 22 different countries and is now internationally considered one of the foremost transgender speakers due to her dynamic, refreshingly honest speaking style and signature ask-me-anything Q& A sessions.


The Department of Gender Studies (FHS) cordially invites you to the guest lecture „Counting Zero: Rethinking Essence and Difference in Feminist Epistemologies“ by Dr Xin Liu from the University of Helsinki. The interactive lecture will be held on Wednesday 14 November 2018 from 10.30–12.00 at the areal FTVS UK (José Martího 269/31 Praha 6 – Veleslavín) in the seminar room FHS 1 on the third floor.



Entering the Vortex: Avant-Garde Sci-Fi and the Lesbian Feminist Frontier

The Department of Gender Studies and Mezipatra Queer Film Festival invite you to the lecture Entering the Vortex: Avant-Garde Sci-Fi and the Lesbian Feminist Frontier by Ramzi Fawaz.


Getting to us


Charles University

Faculty of Humanities

Department of Gender Studies

José Martího 31

162 52 Praha 6

Tel.: +420 220 172 431