Category Archives: Pedagogy

Slides to Colonial history of South-east Asia

Slides to colonial History of Southeast Asia (This presentation is created to be used in an on-line teaching course of Southeast Asian Studies. This course is offered only to a group of wonderful students of Lodi High School, Wisconsin, USA). Colonial History of Southeast Asia from Tuke Ingkhaninan

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Professor Ann Ferguson’s History of Feminist Theory Course Syllabi

http://www.umass.edu/wost/syllabi/fall2009/692b-ferguson.pdf

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Zehra Arat’s Women’s Rights and Human Rights Course Syllabi

http://learning.berkeley.edu/AIUSA-syl/pdf/Zehra_Arat.doc.pdf This course focuses on the definitions of human rights and the ways women’s experiences of human rights violations are gendered. It examines the roles of custom and law, international human rights conventions, the shortcomings of the international human rights structures in protecting women’s rights, and strategies that women have employed to promote their rights, […]

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Jody Ranck’s Human Rights Syllabi

http://learning.berkeley.edu/AIUSA-syl/ranck-spring99.html “The discourse of human rights is increasingly becoming one of the most globalized values of our times, yet by no means does this resolve numerous tensions and contradictions embodied in various political contexts where rights talk is central. This course will attempt to examine recent poststructuralist and feminist theoretical works on the politics of […]

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Professor Michael Buroway on Public Sociology (Lecture)

MICHAEL BUROWAY: Public Sociology shares a communication with publics beyond the academy. What are Publics? Publics can be very diverse. Publics can be active or passive, mainstream or oppositional. Which implies a complex double communication among members of public themselves in communication with sociologists. Publics have an internal conversation even as they are in communication […]

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