(GEND) Gender and Intersectionality in Political Economy
|Dozent/in||Univ.-Prof. Dr. Gülay Çağlar|
|Institution||Freie Universität Berlin|
|Raum||Garystr. 55 301 Seminarraum|
|Beginn||16.04.2020 | 10:00|
|Ende||16.07.2020 | 12:00|
* Emejulu, Akwugo and Bassel, Leah (2017) “Whose Crisis Counts? Minority Women, Austerity and Activism in France and Britain.” In Economic Crisis in Europe. Politics, Institutions and Intersectionality. Edited by Johanna Kantola, and Emanuela Lombardo, 185-208.
* Palgrave Macmillan; Emanuel, David (2017) “Capital T. Trans Visibility, Corporate Capitalism, and Commodity Culture.” In TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly, 4(1), 28-44;
* Marchand, Marianne H. and Anne Sisson Runyan (eds.) (2010) 2nd edition. Gender and Global Restructuring. Sightings, Sites and Resistance. London/New York: Routledge.
This course explores the relationship between states and markets and discusses the ways in which processes of globalization change power configurations within and across societies. This course aims at introducing different analytical lenses for the analysis of intersecting inequalities in the global economy. Referring to feminist, gender, intersectionality, queer, trans and postcolonial studies, the course explores complex power relations in the global economy particularly focusing at topics such as the (international) division of labour, global production, care, (re-)allocation of resources, migration and the commodification of bodies.