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  1. Session 1: What is "Gender"? 6 items
    1. Essential 2 items
      1. Knowing women: feminism and knowledge - Helen Crowley, Susan Himmelweit, Open University 1992

        Book Essential Chapter: "Gender Difference and the Production of Subjectivity" by Hollway, pp. 240-274. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    2. Supplementary 4 items
      1. Gender trouble: feminism and the subversion of identity - Judith Butler, ebrary, Inc 1999

        Book Recommended pp. 1-25. Also available in print (see below).

      2. Gender trouble: feminism and the subversion of identity - Judith Butler 2006

        Book Recommended p.1-25

  2. Session 2: Trends in Gender and Development: From WID to GAD and beyond 6 items
    1. Essential 3 items
    2. Supplementary 3 items
      1. Of marriage and the market: women's subordination internationally and its lessons - Kate Young, Carol Wolkowitz, Roslyn McCullagh 1988

        Book Recommended

  3. Session 3: Feminisms, The Politics of Location and Intersectionality 5 items
    1. Essential 2 items
      1. Third World women and the politics of feminism - Chandra Talpade Mohanty, Ann Russo, Lourdes Torres c1991

        Book Essential Chapter: "Under Western eyes: feminist scholarship and colonial discourses", pp.51-80. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

      2. re-thinking intersectionality - Jennifer C Nash 2008-6

        Article Essential

    2. Supplementary 3 items
      1. What Should White People Do? - LINDA MARTÍN ALCOFF 08/1998

        Article Recommended

      2. Toward a Decolonial Feminism - MARÍA LUGONES 2010

        Article Recommended

      3. Daughters of the goddess, daughters of imperialism: African women struggle for culture, power and democracy - Ifi Amadiume 2000

        Book Recommended Read: "Introduction". pp. 1-19. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

  4. Session 4: Sexuality and Poverty 6 items
    1. Essential 3 items
      1. The history of sexuality - Michel Foucault, Robert Hurley 1979

        Book Essential Chapter: "Right of Death and Power over Life" - DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    2. Supplementary 3 items
  5. Reading Week 0 items
  6. Session 6: Gendered Political Economy 7 items
    1. Essential 4 items
      1. Towards a gendered political economy - Joanne Cook, Jennifer Roberts, Georgina Waylen, University of Sheffield. Political Economy Research Centre 2000

        Book Essential Read: "Introduction". pp. 3-13. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

      2. Gender and the political economy of development: from nationalism to globalization - Shirin Rai, ProQuest (Firm) 2002

        Book Essential Read: "Introduction: Mapping the Gendered Political Economy of Development" , Print copies also available (see below).

      3. Gender and the political economy of development: from nationalism to globalization - Shirin Rai 2002

        Book Essential Read: "Introduction: Mapping the Gendered Political Economy of Development"

      4. Gendered Politics of Securing Inclusive Development - Sohela Nazneen, Simeen Mahmud September 2012

        Webpage Essential

    2. Supplementary 3 items
      1. Feminists Theorize International Political Economy - Kate Bedford, Shirin M. Rai 09/2010

        Article Recommended

      2. Global Tides - Raewyn Connell 02/2014

        Article Recommended

      3. Gendering Global Governance - Shirin Rai 01/2004

        Article Recommended

  7. Session 7: Gender and theoretical perspectives on livelihoods, resources and globalisation 10 items
    1. Essential 7 items
      1. Gender and environment - Susan Buckingham 2000

        Book Essential Chapter 3: "Explaining gender-environment relationships", pp. 33-45. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

      2. Feminist political ecology: global issues and local experiences - Dianne Rocheleau, Barbara Thomas-Slayter, Esther Wangari 1996

        Book Essential Chapter "Gender and environment", pp. 3-23. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

      3. Women and the environment: a reader : crisis and development in the Third World - Sally Sontheimer 1991

        Book Essential WED Position Read: "Women, water and sanitation", pp. 119-132. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

      4. Gender Analysis and Reform of Irrigation Management: Concepts, Cases and Gaps in Knowledge September 1997

        Book Essential GED Position Chapter: "Gender, irrigation and environment: arguing for agency", pp. 25-42

      5. Staying alive: women, ecology and development - Vandana Shiva 1989

        Book Essential Ecofeminist Position Chapter 6: "Women and the vanishing waters", pp. 179-217. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    2. Supplementary 3 items
      1. Women, the environment and sustainable development: towards a theoretical synthesis - Rosi Braidotti, International Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women 1994

        Book Recommended

      2. Gender and environment - Susan Buckingham 2000

        Book Recommended

  8. Session 8: Gender(ed) Violence in War and Peace 7 items
    1. Essential 4 items
      1. Feminist Africa 2010

        Journal Essential The editorial is the priority, but the whole journal is very useful

      2. Preventing violence against women and girls in conflict - Mazeda Hossain, Cathy Zimmerman, Charlotte Watts 06/2014

        Article Essential

      3. Gender violence: a cultural perspective - Sally Engle Merry 2009

        Book Essential Read at least the introduction. Also available in print (see below).

      4. Gender violence: a cultural perspective - Sally Engle Merry c2009

        Book Essential Read at least the introduction

    2. Supplementary 3 items
  9. Session 9: Men, Masculinities and Patriarchy 7 items
    1. Essential 3 items
      1. Men and development: politicizing masculinities - Andrea Cornwall, Jerker Edström, Alan Greig 2011 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential Read: "Introduction: politicizing masculinities in development", pp. 47-57, Also available in print (see below).

      2. Men and development: politicizing masculinities - Andrea Cornwall, Jerker Edström, Alan Greig 2011

        Book Essential Read: "Introduction: politicizing masculinities in development", pp. 47-57

    2. Supplementary 4 items
      1. The masculinity studies reader - Rachel Adams, David Savran 2002

        Book Recommended Read: "The history of Masculinity" by Connell, pp. 245-261. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

      2. Masculinities under neoliberalism - Andrea Cornwall, Frank G. Karioris, Nancy Lindisfarne 2016

        Book Recommended Read: "Introduction, masculinities under neoliberalism", pp. 1-28 . Also available in print (see below).

      3. Masculinities under neoliberalism 2016

        Book Recommended Read: "Introduction, masculinities under neoliberalism", pp. 1-28

      4. Missing Men? - Andrea Cornwall 04/2000

        Article Recommended

  10. Session 10: Engaging with "culture", tradition and rights 9 items
    1. Essential 5 items
      1. Human rights and gender violence: translating international law into local justice - Sally Engle Merry 2006 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential Read: "Disjunctures between global law and local justice", pp.103-133. Also available in print (see below).

      2. Human rights and gender violence: translating international law into local justice - Sally Engle Merry 2005

        Book Essential Read: "Disjunctures between global law and local justice", pp.103-133

      3. Culture and rights: anthropological perspectives 2001

        Book Essential See especially chapters by Cowan, Dembour and Wilson, Dembour, Griffiths, Eriksen, Gellner and Montgomery. Also available in print (see below).

      4. Culture and rights: anthropological perspectives - Jane K. Cowan, Marie Bénédicte Dembour Dembour, Richard Wilson 2001

        Book Suggested for student purchase See especially chapters by Cowan, Dembour and Wilson, Dembour, Griffiths, Eriksen, Gellner and Montgomery.

    2. Supplementary 4 items
      1. Human rights in cross-cultural perspectives: a quest for consensus - University of Saskatchewan. College of Law 1995

        Book Recommended

  11. Session 11: Power, Empowerment and Social Change 5 items
    1. Essential 2 items
      1. Marxism and the interpretation of culture - Cary Nelson, Lawrence Grossberg 1988 etc

        Book Essential Chapter: "Can the subaltern speak" by Spivak, pp. 271-313. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    2. Supplementary 3 items
      1. Outline of a theory of practice - Pierre Bourdieu, Richard Nice 1977

        Book Recommended

      2. The SAGE handbook of power - Stewart Clegg, Mark Haugaard 2009

        Book Recommended

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