SAVE THE DATE 2-4 december 2014

PhD course: Postcolonial trajectories in contemporary gender research (at Malmö University)
3 credits

Lecturers: Catrin Lundström (Linköping University) and Paula Mählck (Stockholm University)
Language: English
Course aim: The course aims to problematise how gender theory can be challenged and developed with the help from postcolonial theories. Further, the aim is to introduce theoretical and analytical tools to be used in empirical studies of gender/postcolonial power structures.

Please note: The course has not yet been finalized. Syllabus and more information will be sent out after the summer.

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