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  1. Session 1: Identity, Knowledge and the Interdisciplinary Challenge 5 items
    1. Essential 2 items
      1. The Foucault reader - Michel Foucault, Paul Rabinow 1991

        Book Essential Chapter: "Truth and Power" pp. 51-75. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    2. Recommended Additional Reading 3 items
      1. Revisiting the Gender Agenda - Andrea Cornwall 03/2007

        Article Recommended

  2. Session 2: Social Policy, Inclusion and Exclusion 6 items
    1. Essential 3 items
      1. India Exclusion Report 2013 - 2014 2014

        Document Essential Chapter: "Introduction" pp.1-42

    2. Recommended Additional Reading 3 items
  3. Session 3: Intersectionality in Identities and Oppression 5 items
    1. Essential 2 items
      1. re-thinking intersectionality - Jennifer C Nash 2008-6

        Article Essential

    2. Recommended Additional Reading 3 items
      1. Intersectionality: Multiple Inequalities in Social Theory - Sylvia Walby, Jo Armstrong, Sofia Strid 04/2012

        Article Recommended

  4. Session 4: Sexuality and Minority Identities 5 items
    1. Essential 2 items
    2. Recommended Additional Reading 3 items
      1. We Are Not Agents of the West - Ghassan Makarem 14/12/2009

        Article Recommended

  5. Session 5: Group Work: Preparing Policy Briefs 2 items
    1. Essential 2 items
  6. Session 6: Gender, Sexuality and Hidden Care Economies 6 items
    1. Essential 3 items
      1. Introduction to gender, development and care - Deepta Chopra, Caroline Sweetman 02/09/2014

        Article Essential

    2. Recommended Additional Reading 3 items
      1. Feminising the Economy: Metaphors, strategies, politics - JENNY CAMERON, J. K. GIBSON-GRAHAM 06/2003

        Article Recommended

  7. Session 7: Gendered livelihoods, resources and sustainable development 5 items
    1. Essential 2 items
    2. Recommended Additional Reading 3 items
      1. Critique of the Green Economy. Toward Social and Environmental Equity - Barbara Unmüßig, Wolfgang Sachs, Thomas Fatheuer 2012

        Document Recommended

      2. Dynamic sustainabilities: technology, environment, social justice - Melissa Leach, Ian Scoones, Andy Stirling 2010

        Book Recommended

      3. After Nature - Arturo Escobar 02/1999

        Article Recommended

  8. Session 8: Gendered Bodies, ethnicity, conflict and peace 8 items
    1. Essential 5 items
      1. Victims, perpetrators or actors?: gender, armed conflict and political violence - Caroline O. N. Moser, Fiona C. Clark 2001

        Book Essential Read part 1, Chapter 1. Introduction. DIGITISED extract: Direct permission obtained from the publisher for use by students registered on this course.

      2. Victims, perpetrators or actors?: gender, armed conflict and political violence - Caroline O. N. Moser, Fiona C. Clark 2001

        Book Essential Read part 1 chapter 2. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

      3. Victims, perpetrators or actors?: gender, armed conflict and political violence - Caroline O. N. Moser, Fiona C. Clark 2001

        Book Essential Read part 1 chapter 3. Not possible to digitise a 3rd chapter

      4. The women and war reader - Lois Ann Lorentzen, Jennifer E. Turpin c1998

        Book Essential Chapter: "Gendered Nationalism: reproducing 'us' versus 'them'" by Peterson. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    2. Recommended Additional Reading 3 items
      1. Gender and conflict: embodiments, discourses and symbolic practices 2014

        Book Recommended Introduction and country-specific case studies.

  9. Session 9: Dealing with Power and Privilege 7 items
    1. Essential 3 items
      1. Engaging men in building gender equality - Kadri Aavik, Amy Hamilton 2015

        Book Essential Chapter 4: "Undressing Patriarchy in the Male Order Development Encounter" by Edstrom. For details of print copies of this title see entry below

      2. Engaging men in building gender equality - Engaging men in building gender equality 2015

        Book Essential

    2. Case study drawn on in the lecture 1 item
    3. Recommended Additional Reading 3 items
      1. The masculinity studies reader - Rachel Adams, David Savran 2002

        Book Recommended Chapter "The History of Masculinity" by Connell, R. W.

      2. Pedagogy of the oppressed - Paulo Freire 2017

        Book Recommended

  10. Session 10: Institutions Shaping Social Norms; Education and Inclusion 6 items
    1. Essential 2 items
    2. Highly recommended additional readings 4 items
      1. The invention of women: making an African sense of Western gender discourses - Oyèrónkẹ́ Oyěwùmí ©1997

        Book Recommended For details of print copies of this title see entry below

      2. Dropping out: Identity conflict in and out of school in Ghana - Máiréad Dunne, Eric Daniel Ananga 2013-3

        Article Recommended

      3. Decolonizing methodologies: research and indigenous peoples - Linda Tuhiwai Smith 1999

        Book Recommended Chapter 3 Colonizing Knowledges pp.58-77

  11. Session 11: Mobilisations at the Margins 2 items
    1. Essential 2 items
  12. Session 12: Final conference, with assessed group-work presentations 2 items
    1. Essential 2 items
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