Teaching plan

DateTeacherPlaceTopicLecture notes / comments
25.08.2011Øystein Gullvåg Holter  12.15 am-3.00 pm at Veilabben, Gaustadaleèn 25, room 124  Introduction – why theories of gender equality and inequality are needed   Therborn, Gøran: Introduction, in Göran Therborn: Between Love and Power. Family in the world 1900-2000. Routledge, London 2004, pp 1-12, 17-29, 301-6 (29 pages) Bennett, Judith M.: History matters. Patriarchy and the Challenge of Feminism (extracts pp 6-19, 54-60). Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press , 2006 (19 pages) CEDAW convention, cf. http://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/cedaw/text/econvention.htm (5 pages)  
01.09.2011Øystein Gullvåg Holter  12.15 am-3.00 pm at Veilabben, Gaustadaleèn 25, room 124  Theories of gender inequality part one   A Early texts Holter, Harriet: “Sex Roles and Social Differentiation”. In H. Holter: Sex Roles and Social Structure. Universitetsforlaget ,Oslo 1970, pp 9-53 (44 pages) Hirdman, Yvonne: “The gender system”. In Tayo Andreasen (ed.) Moving on. Aarhus: University Press, 1991 pp 187-207 (20 pages) B Family systems Rubin, Gayle: The Traffic in Women: Towards a Political Economy of Sex. In: Lewin, Feminist Anthropology: A Reader (pp 87-106). Blackwell 2006 (19 pages) Davidoff, Leonore: Regarding Some ‘Old Husband’s Tales’: Public and Private in Feminist History. p 227-265 . In Davidoff, Leonore: Worlds Between. Historical Perspectives on Gender and Class. Routledge, New York 1995 (38 pages) C Sexuality Michel Foucault, Scientia Sexualis, in vol. 1 of The History of Sexuality, trans. Robert Hurley, Penguin, Harmondsworth, 1984, p. 53-73 (20 pages) Butler Judith (2001): “Subjects of Sex/Gender/Desire” in Phillips Anne (ed.): Feminism and Politics. Oxford University Press. s.273-291 (18 pages) Attwood, Feona: Introduction, in Attwood, Feona ed: Mainstreaming Sex: The Sexualisation of Western Culture. Tauris, London 2009, p. xiii-xxiv (16 pages) Cahill, Ann: Foucault, Rape, and the Construction of the Feminine Body. Hypatia 2000, 15, 1, 43-63 (20 pages)  
08.09.2011Øystein Gullvåg Holter  12.15 am-3.00 pm at Veilabben, Gaustadaleèn 25, room 124  Theories of gender inequality (part two)   D Work Acker, Joan: “Hierarchies, jobs, bodies: A theory of gendered organisations. Gender and Society 1990, 4, 2, 131-58 (27 pages) Jonasdottir, Anna G: Constructive theses, p 217-227 In: Why Women are Oppressed, Temple University Press, Philadelphia 1994 (10 pages) Halsaa, Beatrice: A Passion for Love. In Jones, Kathleen & Karlsson, Gunnel (eds): Gender and the Interests of Love. Essays in honour of Anna G. Jonasdottir. Centrum for feministiska samhallsstudier 8, Ørebro 2008 (pp 43-70) 27 pages Lyng, Selma Therese: “Mothered” and othered. (In)visibility of care responsibility and gender in the processes of excluding women from Norwegian law firms. In: Lewis, P. and Simpson, R. (eds.) (2010). Revealing and Concealing Gender: Issues of Visibility in Organizations. Palgrave (25 pages) E Changing discrimination forms Holter, Harriet: “Women’s research and social theory”. In H. Holter (ed.) Patriarchy in a welfare society. University Press, Oslo 1984, pp 9-25 (17 pages) Walby, Sylvia: Introduction, in Walby, Sylvia: Theorizing Patriarchy p 1-24, Blackwell, Oxford 1990 (24 pages) Holter, Øystein Gullvåg: Looking for causes 285-90, On patriarchal strategy p 383-87, Three patriarchal contexts of modern society p 408-12, in: Holter, Øystein Gullvåg Gender, Patriarchy and Capitalism, WRI, Oslo 1997 (23 pages). Dubber, Markus Dirk: Police as patria potestas. In Dubber, Markus Dirk: The Police Power. Patriarchy and the Foundations of American Government. Columbia Univ Press, 2005 p 3-28 (25 pages) Joyce, Rosemary: Introduction p 6-21, Understanding sex and gender biologically p 43-45, Goddesses, matriarchs and manly-hearted women p 46-55. In Joyce, Rosemary: Ancient bodies, ancient lives. Thames and Hudson, London 2008 (26 pages)  
15.09.2011Øystein Gullvåg Holter  12.15 am-3.00 pm at Veilabben, Gaustadaleèn 25, room 124  Male dominance and masculine hegemony   Connell R.W: “The Social Organization of Masculinity” in Connell R.W: Masculinities. Polity Press. 1995. p.67-86 (19 pages) Beasly, Christine: Rethinking Hegemonic Masculinity in a Globalizing World. Men and masculinities 2008, 11, 1, p. 86-103 (17 pages) Reeser, Todd : Theorizing masculinity, in: Reeser, Todd: Masculinities in Theory, Wiley Blackwel 2010, p 17-54 (37 pages) Holter, Øystein Gullvåg: Power and structure in studies of men and masculinities, NORMA 4, 2009, 2, 132-150 (18 pages) Edwards, Tim 2006: Violence and violation – men, masculinity and power, In: Edwards, Tim: Cultures of Masculinity, Routledge, London, 2006, pp 44-63 (19 pages) Baker, Laura A: Theories of violence: biology. In: Gottesman, Ronald: Violence in America - an Encyclopedia, vol 3, p 307-11 (5 pages). http://www.haverford.edu/library/reference/mschaus/ICPR281/bakerbiologyacs.pdf  
22.09.2011madeleine kennedy-mcfoy   12.15 am-3.00 pm at Veilabben, Gaustadaleèn 25, room 124  Gender equality – global and historical perspectives   Braidotti, Rosi: Identity, Subjectivity and Difference: A Critical Genealogy. In: Griffin, Gabriele and Braidotti, Rosi: Thinking Differently. Zed Books, London 2002, pp 158-178 (20 pages) Fraser Nancy (1997): “From Redistribution to Recognition? Dilemmas of Justice in a “Postsocialist Age”” in “Fraser Nancy: Justice Interruptus. Critical Refelctions on the “Postsocialist” Condition. Routledge. p.11-39 (28 pages) Fraser Nancy (2008): “Reframing Justice in a Globalizing World” in Fraser Nancy: Scales of Justice. Reimagining Political Space in a Globalizing World. Polity Press. p.12-20 (8 pages) Scott Joan W.: “Deconstructing Equality Versus Difference: Or the Uses of Poststructuralist Theory for Feminism” in Feminist Studies Vol 14 No 1. 1988, p 33-50 (17 pages) Young Iris Marion: “Polity and Group Difference: A Critique of the Ideal of Universal Citizenship” in Phillips Anne (ed.): Feminism and Politics. Oxford University Press 2001, p 401-429 (28 pages)  
29.09.2011Øystein Gullvåg Holter  12.15 am-3.00 pm at Veilabben, Gaustadaleèn 25, room 124  Seminar on method and thesis writing   Allen, Sister Prudence: The Concept of Woman – The Aristotelean Revolution 750 BC – AD 1250, Grand Rapids, Wm E Eerdman 1997 (1985), The victory of the Aristotelean revolution, p 468-73 (5 pages) Moi, Toril (1991): Appropriating Bourdieu, New Literary History 22 (3) ca 15 pages Merton, Robert: Three Fragments from a Sociologist's Notebooks: Establishing the Phenomenon, Specified Ignorance and Strategic Research Materials. Annual Review of Sociology, 13,1-28, 1987 (27 pages) Slavoj Zizek: How did Marx invent the symptom, extract p 11-30, in The sublime object of ideology, Verso London 1989 (19 pages)  
20.10.2011madeleine kennedy-mcfoy  12.15 am-3.00 pm at Veilabben, Gaustadaleèn 25, room 124  Development and critique of state feminism   Hernes Helga (1987): “Introduction” and “The Welfare State Citizenship of Scandinavian Women” in Helga Hernes: Welfare State and Women Power. Essays in State Feminism. Oslo: Norwegian University Press 1987, pp 9-29, 135-163 (48 pages) Borchorst Anette and Birte Siim: ”Women-friendly policies and state feminism. Theorizing Scandinavian gender equality.” in Feminist Theory, 2008, Vol 9 (2) p. 207-224. Sage Publications, 17 pages Skjeie Hege and Mari Teigen (2005): Political Constructions of Gender Equality: Travelling Towards… a Gender Balanced Society?, in NORA – Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research 13, 3, 187 – 197 (10 pages) Solheim, Jorun: Shelter from the Storm. In: Holter, Ø. G.; Borchgrevink, T. (eds): Labour of Love – Beyond the Self-evidence of Everyday Life. Avebury, Aldershot 1995, p 45-69 (24 pages) Haavind, Hanne (1998) Understanding women in the psychological mode: the challenge from the experiences of Nordic women, in Fehr, Drude von der et al. (eds.): Is there a Nordic Feminism? Nordic feminist thought on culture and society, London: UCL Press. p 243-271 (28 pages) Nielsen, Harriet Bjerrum & Rudberg, Monica (2007): Fun in gender – youth and sexuality, class and generation. NORA 15, 2-3, p 100-113 (13 pages)  
27.10.2011madeleine kennedy-mcfoy  12.15 am-3.00 pm at Veilabben, Gaustadaleèn 25, room 124  Power, equality and justice   Lukes, Steven: Power, freedom and reason. In Lukes, Steven: Power – A Radical View (second edition), Palgrave, New York, 2005, pp 60-107 (47 pages) Connell R.W: ”Modern general theory and its hidden assumptions” in R.W. Connell: Southern Theory. Cambridge: Polity Press, 2007, pp 27-48 (21 pages) Crenshaw, Kimberle Williams: “Mapping the Margins: Intersectionality, Identity Politics and Violence Against Women of Color” in Crenshaw Kimberle, Neil Gotanda, Gary Peller and Kendall Thomas (ed.): Critical Race Theory. The Key Writings that Formed the Movement . The New Press, 1995, pp.357-383 (36 pages) Jfr. http://www.wcsap.org/Events/Workshop07/mapping-margins.pdf Siim Birte and Hege Skjeie (2008): Tracks, intersections and dead ends: Multicultural challenges to state feminism in Denmark and Norway” in Ethnicities 2008:8, s.322-344 (22 pages) Mulinari Diana, Suvi Keskinen, Sari Irni and Sella Tuori: “Introduction: Postcolonailism and the Nordic Models of Welfare and Gender” in Mulinari Diana, Suvi Keskinen, Sari Irni and Sella Tuori; Complying with Colonialism. Gender, Race and Ethnicity in the Nordic Region, Ashgate 2009. s.1-16 (16 pages)  
03.11.2011Øystein Gullvåg Holter  12.15 am-3.00 pm at Veilabben, Gaustadaleèn 25, room 124  Seminar on method and exam/thesis writing (two)    
10.11.2011Øystein Gullvåg Holter  12.15 am-3.00 pm at Veilabben, Gaustadaleèn 25, room 124  Conclusion - Strategies, advances and set-backs in gender equality   Squires, Judith: Equality Strategies: Quotas, Policy Agencies and Mainstreaming, in Squires Judith ed.: The New Politics of Gender Equality. Palgrave Macmillan. 2007. s. 21-51 (30 pages) Dahlerup, Drude: Gender Quotas – Controversial but Trendy, International Feminist Journal of Politics 10:3. 2008. Taylor & Francis. S. 322 – 328 (6 pages) Holter, Øystein Gullvåg 2008: Gender and action research. In Berg, Anne Marie; Eikeland, Olav (eds): Action Research and Organization Theory. Peter Lang, Bern p 167-90 (23 pages)  
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