PhD course on gender and research methodologies in Social Sciences
This course (3 ECTS) is an introduction on how to employ various research methods in interdisciplinary social sciences from a gender perspective. We will touch upon classic and modern debates regarding feminist methodologies.
After this course, students will have a better understanding of feminist methodologies. They will be able to critically reflect upon the choice and application of research methods and analysis from a gender perspective in their own PhD research.
The course is designed as an interdisciplinary, interfaculty endeavour organised by Radboud University’s Gender & Diversity Studies (Faculty of Social Sciences), in collaboration with the Nijmegen School of Management and the Netherlands Research School of Gender Studies (NOG).
Organizers: prof. dr. Marieke van den Brink and dr. Inge Bleijenbergh.
For more information on the course see here.
Dates: October 28 and 29, 2021 at Radboud University Nijmegen (on location, if possible)
Deadline to register: September 19, 2021 through this registration form.