Department of Development Studies, Palacky University, Olomouc
Lecturer: Dr. Urmila Goel, email@example.com
Friday, 11th October 2013, 10.00 – 13.30 hours
Queer and intersectional criticism
- Sharma, Jaya und Dipika Nath (2005): "Through the Prism of intersectionality: Same sex sexualities in India", in: Misra, Geetanjali und Radhika Chandiramani (2005): Sexuality, Gender and Rights: Exploring Theory and Practice in South and Southeast Asia, New Delhi: Sage, 82-97.
- Menon, Nivedita (2005): “How natural is normal? Feminism and compulsory heterosexuality”, in: Narrain, Arvind und Gautam Bhan (2005): Because I have a Voice. Queer Politics in India. Delhi: Yoda, 33-39.
Group 8 Presentation: Sharma and Nath (2005)
- What is intersectionality?
- Why do Sharma and Nath criticise identity-based politics?
- How can their criticism be applied to development studies?
Group 9 Presentation: Menon (2005)
- What is compulsory heterosexuality?
- What does Menon criticise about Indian feminism?
- How can one apply this criticism to development studies?
- How could it be applied to the situation in the Czech Republic?
Preparation of presentations:
- Send the visualised presentations by Monday, 7th October to the lecturer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- There will be a preparatory discussion of the presentations with the lecturer on Wednesday, 9th October (time and place will be communicated by email).