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‘Postcolonial Europe: Transcultural and Multidisciplinary Perspectives Social Identities’

Special issue of ‘Social Identities’ journal: ‘Postcolonial Europe: Transcultural and Multidisciplinary Perspectives Social Identities’ Guest edited by Sandra Ponzanesi and Bolette Blaagaard A special issue has appeared of ‘Social Identities: Journal for the Study of Race, Nation and Culture’. This issue focuses on ‘Postcolonial Europe: Transcultural and Multidisciplinary Perspectives Social Identities’ and is guest edited…

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Tuning Educational Structures in Europe. Reference Points for the Design and Delivery of Degree Programs in Gender Studies

Download the full ‘Tuning Educational Structures in Europe’ brochure here. Tuning Gender Studies. Reference Points for Design and Delivery of Degree Programmes in Gender Studies. This booklet is an official document published by the European Commission, under ‘Life Long Learning Programme’. It contains material that make it possible for programmes of Gender Studies, Women’s Studies…

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Volume 8: Teaching Intersectionality

The concept of intersectionality is at the heart of debates about the future of equality policies in Europe. How do different identities interact and affect the opportunities for individuals and groups in society? Public policy used to focus on one or another aspect of equality, such as gender, sexual orientation or physical abilities. The question…

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Volume 7: Teaching Empires

What is the relationship between gender and empire? How will a focus on gender generate new knowledge about histories of empire? The aim of Teaching Empires is to critically examine questions about imperial effort, as remembered, displayed, denied, mythologized or obscured in various European contexts. The book draws upon the research and teaching of scholars…

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Volume 6: Teaching Visual Culture in an Interdisciplinary Classroom

Visual literacy is crucial for understanding the role of visual culture as a key factor in processes of globalization, technologization and multiculturalization, which are all part of our historicity. Certainly, the study of the visual is not limited to the study of images, but also of their effects, material practices they entail and creative potential…

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Volume 5: Teaching with the Third Wave

“Teaching with the Third Wave – New Feminists’ Explorations of Teaching and Institutional Contexts” is a collection of the work of young feminist scholars united in their interest in a Third Wave perspective of teaching which continues feminists’ struggles for equality and female empowerment. The volume presents reflections on the transfer of feminist knowledge inside…

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Volume 4: Teaching Subjectivity

This collection of essays moves from a nodal point that regards the process of constructing women’s “nomadic” identities as informed by the notions of geographical and cultural dislocation, transcultural hibridity, history, loss, memory, contamination and their effect in the subject’s perception of the Real. Within this frame of thought, writing the experience of the ontological…

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Volume 2: Teaching Gender, Diversity and Urban Space.

This is a collective volume presenting a theoretical framework and diverse educational tools that can be used to incorporate gender and sexuality into Spatial Disciplines and the concepts of space and urbanity into Women’s and Gender Studies. The book was conceived in recognition of the fact that the concepts of space, place and urbanity have…

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Volume 1: Teaching with Memories

  Teaching with memories discusses the ways in which one can use the assignment to write the life story of a ‘foremother’ as an educational tool. This book includes descriptions of good practice, short articles about the analysis of specific sources, annotated bibliographies and a wealth of examples of assignments and questions that will help…

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