Hannah Yoken

University of Glasgow

From peripheral to paragon? The transnational development of ‘Nordic feminism’ since the 1960s


Academic History:

2011 - 2015 MA (Social Sciences) History & Politics with Honours of the First Class, University of Glasgow

2015 - 2016 MSc Gender History, University of Glasgow

2016 PhD History, University of Glasgow

Supervisors:

Dr Maud Bracke

Professor Lynn Abrams

Research Interests:

20th century cultural, social & political history, gender history, feminism, social movements in post-war Europe & North America, late modern religious history, social & political theory

Previous Research Projects:

The Development of Feminism within the Context of the Political Student Movement: Finland, 1960-1980 (Undergraduate Dissertation)

The Origins & Development of the Jesus Movement in Finland during the 1970s (Master’s Dissertation)

Scholarships:

Fully funded by the Scottish Graduate School for Arts & Humanities - AHRC DTP.

Awards:

David Kerr Thom Memorial Prize (2013) for best student in the ordinary classes of modern history

Glasgow University Merit Award (2013) awarded while studying abroad at McGill University

James Tumelty Prize (2015) for best graduating student in modern history

James Ewing Prize (2015) awarded to strong candidates in modern history continuing onto postgraduate study at the University of Glasgow

Contact Details:

Email: h.yoken.1@research.gla.ac.uk


First published: 14 November 2016