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By the end of this course, participants will have
• gained knowledge of critical frameworks for examining and understanding harm, violence and justice from a feminist, gender and decolonial perspective;
• honed skills on how to ask critical questions of the politics of harm, peace, transition and justice;
• furthered research and analytical skills, including how to produce a gender analysis of harm and justice through using literary as well as scholarly resources.
The module covers feminist theories of conflict, harm and violence; introduces students to scholarly debates on understanding sexualised as well as broader gendered harms in contexts of conflict and peacebuilding; it uses feminist, gender, intersectional and decolonial theories and critiques of peace, transition and transitional justice as its frame; it offers some exposure to the applied examination of mechanisms such as truth commissions and reparations processes.
|Student Effort Type
|Specified Learning Activities
|Autonomous Student Learning
Those taking this course would bring an interest in feminist and broader gender theories of violence, harm and justice; a specific interest in conflict-related human rights violations and specifically the experiences of armed conflict for civilians; and a broader interest in global conflicts, the idea of peace and peacebuilding and the practice of transitional justice post-conflict.
|% of Final Grade
|Coursework (End of Trimester)
|Assignment: Analytical assessment of core concepts through book review
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