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MGEN0009 GENDER 4: Feminist methodology and research design 10 ECTS
Periods
Period I Period II Period II Period IV
Language of instruction
English
Type or level of studies
Advanced studies
Course unit descriptions in the curriculum
MDP in Gender Studies
School of History, Cultural Research and Art Studies

Learning outcomes

After the course, students:
- can formulate and motivate relevant research questions from a Gender Studies perspective
- can evaluate the benefits and challenges of key Gender Studies research methods in relation to research aims, questions and ethics
- are familiar with central debates and questions within contemporary feminist methodology discussions

General description

Feminist Methodology (lectures, 5 ECTS): weeks 2-10, 9.1.-6.3.2018, Tuesdays 1:30 pm-3:00 pm, Arken building (adress Tehtaankatu 2), room Voltaire (M127)

Feminist Methodology (seminars, 5 ECTS): weeks 12-20, 21.3.-16.5.2018, Wednesdays 1:30pm-3:00 pm, Arken building (adress Tehtaankatu 2), room Westermarck (C101)

The course gives an introduction to what feminist methodology means, and how to produce critical feminist research: how to choose, motivate and formulate a research theme, research questions, research methods, and research ethics; and what it means to produce feminist analysis and write academic texts in Gender Studies. The students will become familiar with the most important feminist research questions and methodologies in cultural analysis as well as ethnographic/qualitative research.

9.1. Salla Tuori: Feminist methodology and research process

16.1. Marianne Liljeström: Is all feminist research autoethnographical?

23.1. Gabriele Griffin: Interviewing as feminist research practice

30.1. Katariina Kyrölä: Working with affect and representation

6.2. Lotta Palmgren: Creative writing in feminist research

13.2. Magdalena Kmak: Knowledge production and research methods in human rights

20.2. Kaisa Ilmonen: What is intersectionality?

27.2. Faith Mkwesha: Decolonial research methodology

6.3. Katve-Kaisa Kontturi: Feminist new materialisms

Teaching

9-Jan-2018 – 16-May-2018

Evaluation

Numeric 0-5.