Classic basic works on feminist and gender studies. Beginnings of feminist theory: pre-revolutionary contributions, French revolution, theoretical emergence of feminism (liberal feminism, socialist feminism). First feminist movements: suffrage. International regulations on equality: Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948). Basic contemporary work on feminist and gender studies. Feminism in philosophical key: Simone de Beauvoir. Feminist movement of the 1960s, the second wave: liberal feminism, radical feminism, social feminism. Questioned modernity and postmodern thinking: feminism of difference, ecofeminism, postcolonial feminism, queer theory. International regulations and actions on equality and difference.
Competencies and learning outcomes
- Understand and appropriately employ online resources in professional practice or research on matters concerning gender equality and prevention of gender-based violence.
- Identify analysis models of feminist criticism.