After completion of this course, the student has learned to:|
A) work with the important aspects of genderstudies, such as critical reading, collecting and analysing data;
B) practice with doing fieldwork/empirical research;
C) to start up a research and use the library;
D) practice academic English.
Due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus the NOISE Summerschool, as referred to below, will not take place this year. |
This course starts with the yearly NOISE Summerschool (a small contribution to the NOISE programme will have to be paid). The NOISE Summerschool always takes place in the last week of August (i.e. the week before the academic year starts). After the thematically focused introduction to the course via the summerschool the course continues to train students in the basic building blocks of doing interdisciplinary feminist research: critical reading, collecting data/ building a corpus of texts, objects or phenomena, analyzing and writing. The course offers students the opportunity to map their fields of interest and makes them acquainted with empirical research/fieldwork. The course focusses on ‘doing gender’, which means that students learn to encounter gender studies in practice. In this context, the students will write an academic paper related to the summerschool topics, and get acquainted with the requirements for academic papers in this master programme. Furthermore, the students will be given instructions about academic English and the library.
Only open to students of the MA Gender Studies.
Deze cursus wordt online aangeboden. Let op: toetsing kan op locatie plaatsvinden.|
Kijk voor meer informatie over de cursus vanaf augustus regelmatig op Blackboard.