Date de mise en ligne : [16-01-2013]
Mots-clés : politique publique
Gender Studies (Tema Genus), Linköping University, Sweden
. Jeff Hearn, Professor of Gender Studies (Critical Studies on Men and Masculinities), Linköping University, Sweden, and Professor of Management and Organisation, Hanken School of Economics, Finland
. Mieke Verloo, Professor of Comparative Politics and Inequality Issues, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
. Anna Wahl, Guest Professor in Gender Studies, (Gender, Organisation and Economic Change), Linköping University, Sweden.
This course addresses contemporary issues in gender relations and gender power in and around organisations and policy processes. It reviews developments in feminist and critical gender, postcolonial and intersectional scholarship on organisations, policy and policy-making. The lectures will include theoretical overviews as well as focused examples and case studies. This includes the puzzles and dilemmas of studies of policy frame analysis ; the dynamics of advocacy and opposition related to gender equality policies and movements in a European context ; the gendered and intersectional nature of policy ; gender and sexuality in organisations and policy ; men and masculinities in organisations ; feminist organising ; and organisational change in relation to gender equality work, and resistance to such work. Case studies drawn from state, business and NGO sectors include those on variations in notions of inequality/equality in different parts of the same organisation or institution, and gendered and intersectional dynamics in policy-making.
This course is directed both to doctoral students focusing on organisations and/or policy, and those researching other areas where organisational and policy issues may be relevant.
More information on the course : http://www.intergender.net/?q=node/145
For information on application and grants :
InterGender is funded by The Swedish Research Council (Vetenskapsrådet). It is organized as a joint venture between Gender Studies Units and doctoral programmes at Linköping University (host university) and at thirteen other Swedish Universities and international partners.