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Anvendt Filosofi udbyder en uges sommerkursus i rammen af Erasmus Plus-Programmet om ”Feminist Political Philosophy and PBL”. Kurset er det tredje af i alt fire kurser, der behandler emnet ”Gender and Philosophy”. Sommerkurset er et samarbejde mellem Reykjavík Universitet, Universitetet i Yväskulä, Universitetet i Oslo og Aalborg Universitet.
29.05.2017 kl. 00.00 - 02.06.2017 kl. 00.00
"This summer course will investigate the different ways feminist political philosophy has been conceptualized and articulated. In the beginning of the 1980s and 1990s the discussion within feminist philosophy was dominated by a polarization between universalistic egalitarianism and a politics of identity and difference. It newer approaches the complexity of structural oppression of women, the entanglement with other categories such as ethnicity and class, and subtle limitations to women’s life that have their root in a deeper logic of gender ascriptions became more important. Queer theories and the more fundamental questioning of gender as a useful category as such have arisen and have contributed to recent political philosophy. Another major topic for feminist philosophers has to do with the limitations traditional philosophy puts on the kind of subjects that are legitimate to discuss. The realm of the private (e.g. relations of love, birth or housework) had been excluded from traditional political philosophy.
The course will look into the different conceptualizations and articulations of feminist political philosophy with four major topics:
Antje Gimmler, professor
Institut for Læring og Filosofi
Kroghstræde 3, 9220 Aalborg Ø.
05.03.2017 kl. 00.00
24.08.2017 kl. 13.00 - 15.30
We would like to invite all interested colleagues to a new meeting in the network on first year PBL. In light of the presentations and discussions at the last meeting, the topic of our next meeting is “supervision of projects at first year”. Thus, we will address and discuss topics such as: what is the role and responsibilities of the supervisor at first year, how do students experience supervision at first year, what is the trademarks of supervisors at first year, what should be the focal points in supervising groups at first year, how can supervisors motivate students? The meeting is organized around some of these questions, which we will discuss in smaller groups.