InterGender PhD course “Researching Differently: Transdisciplinary challenges and postconventional methodologies in feminist inquiry”

Here comes an announcement from InterGender – International Consortium for Interdisciplinary Feminist Research Training:

InterGender – International Consortium for Interdisciplinary Feminist Research
Training

For this course PhD students, but also advanced Master’s students are eligible to apply.

Title of the Course: Researching Differently: Transdisciplinary challenges and postconventional methodologies in feminist inquiry

Time: 7-8-9 December 2022
Location: Zoom
Deadline for applications: 30 October 2022

Applications should be sent to:
InterGender Consortium Coordinator Edyta Just (edyta.just[at]liu.se)

Maximum number of participants: 30

Organised by:
Local InterGender Course Organizer: Linköping University
InterGender, International Consortium for Interdisciplinary Feminist Research Training

Course coordinator:
InterGender Consortium Coordinator: Edyta Just (edyta.just[at]liu.se)

Teachers:
Madina Tlostanova, Professor, Gender Studies, Linköping University, Sweden.
Katja Aglert, Professor, Gender Studies, Linköping University, Sweden.
Marietta Radomska, Assistant Professor, Gender Studies, Linköping University, Sweden.

Course description:
In the present condition of planetary environmental disruption, rising global inequalities, technologies intervening in ‘life itself’, differentially distributed human and more-thanhuman vulnerabilities, as well as social and environmental violence, critical and creative thinking becomes more urgent than ever. Conventional humanities and social science frames, grounded in the traditional idea of the autonomous human subject, distinct disciplines, and a firm boundary between nature and culture, are no longer tenable. Challenges of today require innovative approaches and transdisciplinary skill sets. This InterGender PhD course introduces the students to the cutting-edge methodological developments in contemporary feminist and critical studies, while focusing on some of the most promising postconventional approaches to feminist research.

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