International Exploratory Workshop: Imagine Otherwise 2016

Vom 5. September bis 9. September 2016 fand an der Universität Basel der International Exploratory Workshop Imagine Otherwise statt.

 

 

Programm

   Monday: Feminist Activism / academic feminism

Panel 1: Activist scholarship and transnational feminist praxis

Margo Okazawa-Rey

Lektüre:

Sudbury, J., & Okazawa-Rey, M. (2015). Activist scholarship: Antiracism, feminism, and social change. Routledge. S. 1-11

Sudbury, J., & Okazawa-Rey, M. (2015). Activist scholarship: Antiracism, feminism, and social change. Routledge. S. 205-223    

   

   Tuesday: Ageny & power relations

Panel 2: Das Verhältnis von Agency und Struktur

Michèle Amacker & Andrea Maihofer

Lektüre:

Duits, L., & van Zoonen, L. (2006). Headscarves and Porno-Chic: Disciplining Girls’ Bodies in the European Multicultural Society. Sage. S. 103-117

Gill, R.C. (2007). Critical Respect: The Difficulties and Dilemmas of Agency and ‘Choice’ for Feminism. Sage. S. 69-80

Duits, L., & van Zoonen L. (2007). Who’s Afraid of Female Agency?. Sage. S. 161-170

 

 

Panel 3: Struktur und Agency im Bereich der Sozialen Sicherheit

Martin Lengwiler

Lektüre:

Pierson, P. (2004). History, Institutions, and Social Analysis. Princeton University Press. S. 133-167

Kahlert, H., & Weinbach, C. (2015). Zeitgenössische Gesellschaftstheorien und Genderforschung. Springer VS. S. 57-80

Panel 4: Decolonizing (gender) relations

Bilgin Ayata

Lektüre:

Lugones, M. (2007). Heterosexualism and the Colonial / Modern Gender System. Indiana University Press. S. 186-209

Walia, H. (2013). Journey toward Decolonization. AK Press. S.249-314

Fakultativ:

Achebe, C. (1977). An Image of Africa. The Massachusetts Review. S. 782-794

Hornscheidt, A.L. (2011). Postcolonial continuities in Danish monolingual dictionaries: Towards a critical postcolonial linguistics. De Gruyter Mouton. S. 265-298

   Wednesday: Affective relations

Panel 5: Affective relations

Elisabeth Anker

Lektüre:

Anker, E.R. (2014). Melodrama and the politics of freedom. Duke University Press. S. 1-64

Fakultativ:

Anker, E.R. (2014). Melodrama and the politics of freedom. Duke University Press. S. 225-257

   Thursday: In the name of gender

Panel 6: Intersectionality in theory and method

Ange-Marie Hancock

Panel 7: In the name of gender

Shahra Razavi & Elisabeth Prügl

Lektüre:

Prügl, E. (2016). Neoliberalism with a Feminist Face: Crafting a new Hegemony at the World Bank. Feminist Economics. S. 1-24

Razavi, S. Women’s Empowerment and Human Rights: No Empowerments without Rights. UN Women.

Fakultativ:

Razavi, S. Substantive Equality for Women: The Challenge for public policy. S.26-61

 

 

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