Doctoral Workshop with Joanna Moszczyńska: Feminist and Gender Theoretical Approaches in Research
This doctoral workshop also includes two public lectures
February 10-11, 2022
This interdisciplinary workshop, organized by CITAS postdoc Joanna Moszczyńska, is aimed at doctoral and postdoctoral researchers, as well as students who are developing a master's thesis that will incorporate gender and feminist theory. The main objective of the workshop is for participants to develop their familiarity with concepts, methods and theories from feminist critique and gender studies, in order to demonstrate how they could be applied in individual research projects.
Drawing on theories and concepts, as well as specific case studies, we will work towards developing relevant methodological approaches. The focus will be on three areas, namely: ontology (theories of being and reality); epistemology (theories of knowledge production); and politics (relations and practices of power).
There will also public lectures as part of the event on each day, supported by the Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies (GS OSESUR). To gain access to the lectures please follow this link to the Zoom room: Meeting-ID: 677 7935 7328
Thursday, 10.02.22, 16:15 - 17:45
“What Difference Does Difference Make? Intersectionality and its Critics” (in English)
Nikita Dhawan (TU Dresden)
Meeting-ID: 677 7935 7328
Nikita Dhawan holds the Chair of Political Theory and History of Ideas at the Technical University Dresden. Her publications include: Impossible Speech: On the Politics of Silence and Violence (Academia: 2007); Hegemony and Heteronormativity: Revisiting “the Political” in Queer Politics (co-ed., Ashgate: 2011); and Decolonizing Enlightenment: Transnational Justice, Human Rights and Democracy in a Postcolonial World (ed., Barbara Budrich: 2014).
Friday, 11.02.22, 11:45 - 13:15
“Digital Feminisms and Culture: Reading Nanjala Nyabola and Legacy Russell”
Meeting-ID: 677 7935 7328
Ana Nenadović holds a PhD from the Free University of Berlin. In March she will take up her position as Lecturer in Global Liberal Arts at SOAS University of London. Her research interests include gender studies, postcolonial studies, and trauma.
Details for the researchers participating in the full workshop
Please prepare the following in preparation for the workshop:
- a short sketch of your ongoing project (PhD thesis, postdoc project, article in progress) - 1 page
- a short comment outlining the importance of feminist or gender-oriented approaches to your project - around 1/2 page
There will also be readings made available in GRIPS ahead of the workshop.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with further queries.
This workshop will take place in English.