Rethinking Women’s Studies: Curriculum, Pedagogy, and the Introductory Course
We comment on the current context framing women’s and gender studies in Canada,identify recent and important curricular trends,and discuss some guiding principles that we have used to revise our first-year course. We offer reflections that might assist instructors in the challenging task of mounting the entry level course.
Nous émettons des commentaires concernant le contexte actuel d'encadrement des études sur les femmes et sur le genre au Canada. Nous identifions les tendances circulaires récentes et importantes, et discutons de quelques principes directeurs dont nous avons fait usage dans le cadre de la révision de notre cours de première année. Nous offrons des réflexions qui pourraient aider les instructeurs avec la tâche difficile de monter le cours de première année.
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