This optional module aims to equip students with the theoretical and conceptual foundations for understanding the relation between gender, society and development; Advance students’ ability to use gender as an analytical lens for the study of development; Foment a historical and geographically diverse understanding of the emergence of thinking in terms of gender and development discourse and practice; Advance a critical understanding of issues in gender and development; Advance students’ ability to apply gender as a category of analysis.
*Please note that module information is indicative and may change from year to year.
Taught by: Jelke Boesten
Module assessment - more information
1 x 1,000 Word Mid-Term Essay (20%); and 1 x 3,000 Word Essay (80%)