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Salla Aldrin Salskov is a philosopher and gender studies scholar. She holds a PhD in Philosophy from Åbo Akademi University (2022). Salla is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Helsinki, in the research project: Will to Relevance - Ideals in Finland-Africa Collaborations in Biomedicine and Gender Studies,  where she works on epistemic habits, societal relevance and the politics of knowledge production by critically assessing what kinds of theoretical, political and ethical investments and positionalities, imagined and real, are made through particular delineations of “proper objects” in feminist, queer and anti-racist academia and activism. 

Her work on feminist philosophy, epistemic habits, HBTQI+-activism, polarization, whiteness, intersectionality, racism and racialization, Wittgenstein and queer love has been published in Sexualities, NORMA: International Journal of Masculinity Studies, NORA – Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research, Feminist Encounters: A Journal of Critical Studies in Culture and Politics, and Policy Futures in Education, and other outlets. She has co-edited a special issue on feminism and critique for Feminist Encounters, a special issue on queer situatendess and concepts för SQS-journal, and she is one of the editors of Ethical Inquiries After Wittgenstein, (co-edited with Nora Hämäläinen and Ondrej Beran, Springer, 2022).

Salla has been a University Teacher (universitetslärare) in gender studies and sociology and lectured on topics such as #metoo and philosophy, gendered and sexual violence, feminist science studies, intersectionality, feminist theory and methodology, gender, embodiment and bodily practices as well as postcolonial feminism and queer theory. 

Her experience of coaching and playing roller derby informs her commitment to critical gender, queer anti-racist theory and politics. 

In the spring 2023 she is a visiting researcher at the department of  gender, sexuality and feminist studies at Duke University. 


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