Students are expected to develop a critical, anthropological perspective on the articulation of gender and migration. Using the concept of mobility in the globalized environment students will be able to discern various forms of migration and examine gender’s constitutive role in shaping these formations. Students are aimed to:
Discern the concepts of mobility, migration and refugyness, and mark the differences between local, ethnic, national and tracial formations regarding migration
Recognize ethno-cultural contexts in the formation of gendered mobility’s conceptualizations and practices
Recognize the influence of global, national and local ideas in women’s mobility practices.
Understand the articulation of gender and “race” in the constitution of racialized diasporas
Collect and analyse field data regarding immigration, and reflect on the gendered, moral and political dimensions of methods of collecting these data.
This course aims to:
Produce free, creative and inductive thinking
Cultivate respect for difference, multiculturalism and show social and professional responsibility and sensitivity to migration, racism, and gender issues.
Search for analysis, synthesis of data and information with the use of the necessary technology
Team work and working independently
Criticism and self-criticism
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Independent teaching activities
Weekly teaching hours
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Is the course offered to erasmus students: