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All of the themes selected in this program will be, firstly studied and analyzed generally, and then will focus, specially, on selected readings, texts and films referring to Spanish culture, history and life.
GENERAL TOPICS TO BE DISCUSSED IN THE COURSE:
Gender in History: an overview. Defining the concepts
Gender, Sexuality and dominance
An Overview of Gender roles throughout Spanish History
Private versus public spheres: women and men
Writing and language. Making the Silences Speak: Gender and writing
Men and women and the family
Gender and education
Men, women and health
Men and women at work
The picture is political: Representation of men and women in Spanish Contemporary Popular Culture
Selected readings taken from:
Brooksbank Jones, Anny: Women in Contemporary Spain (Manchester U.P., 1997)
Various Authors: The Polity Reader in Gender Studies (Cambridge, Polity Press, 1994) Galerstein, Carolyn L. Women writers of Spain : an annotated bio-bibliographical guideBG R2/B/01/LI134.2/WOM/GAL
Griffin, Gabriele: Women's employment, women's studies, and equal opportunities 1945-2001 : reports from nine European Countries BG 396.2/WOM/GRI
Morcillo, Aurora: TrueCatholic womanhood : gender ideology in Franco's Spain
Peach, Lucinda J. Women in culture: a women's studies anthology