Roundtable discussion: Higher Education Policies and the Odds of Teaching Gender Studies, January 25, 2017


The Department of Gender Studies cordially invites you to the roundtable discussion, in the framework of the Erasmus+ project GeSt: “Gender studies curriculum: A step for Democracy and Peace in EU-neighbouring countries with different traditions”:

Higher Education Policies and the Odds of Teaching Gender Studies
CEU, Nador 9, Gellner Room
4 pm, January 25, 2017

Andrea Pető, CEU, Budapest
Erzsébet Barát, University of Szeged
Beáta Nagy, Corvinus University, Budapest
Anikó Gregor, ELTE University, Budapest
Vassiliki Deliyanni-Kouimtzi, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

Our guests from various Hungarian universities and a Greek university discuss institutional support and difficulties concerning establishing and running gender studies master programs, the higher education policies supporting and impeding the institutionalization of gender studies, and the successes and failures of gender studies program development and management within such institutional and policy frameworks.

Round table discussion invitation can be found HERE

Round table discussion recording can be found HERE

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