This seminar aims at providing students with an overview of perspectives on the role of gender in peace and conﬂict. It will investigate intersectional identities, exploring vulnerability and power in the intersections of difference and belonging. For professionals in the ﬁeld, it means the opportunity to gain theoretical background for working with the concepts of gender and its cognates creatively and critically in their personal and professional lives, allowing identiﬁcation of new courses of action in their own context.
- Key terms and main perspectives within gender studies
- Criticism and dialogue among those perspectives
- Inﬂuence of gender studies in peace, conﬂict and violence
- Discussion, analysis, and reﬂection of gender in peace and conﬂict
- Strong theoretical background and critical thinking
- Participation in the weekly online sessions, each Tuesday, 15h00 -16h30 CEST, for 90 mins, May 19 to June 30. The participation in a minimum of 4 out of 7 online sessions is obligatory.
- Technical check on Tuesday, May 12, 15h00 - 16h30 CEST
- Watching of pre-recorded lecture (in your own time)
- Reading designated texts and videos (around 30 pages per week)
- Response (half-page maximum) to the theme designated each week in the forum discussions
- Writing 2 papers in week 3 and week 6 (2-3 pages each) consolidating reﬂections and applying learnings to a context of your choice
- Working hours approximately 4h30 hours per week, + 3 hours in week 3 and 6
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