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Bachelor's programme in Social Sciences

Periods

Period I (29-Aug-2016 – 23-Oct-2016)
Period II (24-Oct-2016 – 16-Dec-2016)
Period III (9-Jan-2017 – 5-Mar-2017)
Period IV (6-Mar-2017 – 28-May-2017)
Period (29-Aug-2016 - 23-Oct-2016)
Sosiaalitieteiden alat I [Period I]

Webcourse “Introduction to Gender Studies” gives basic introductory knowledge about gender studies. The course begins with introduction to concept of gender and gender studies and continues with seven themes: feminist knowledge, men and masculinities, equality policy, family, intersectionality, gendered practices of working life, and body and sexuality. The course is for exchange students and everyone interested in gender studies. Previous studies in gender studies are not required.

The course will be organized 3.10.–25.11.2016. Each week the students will read text and/or other material available in the internet and discuss them in small groups in the Moodle learning environment.

The course is organized by HILMA Network for Gender Studies. Application to course: starting 29.8. with this form  https://elomake.helsinki.fi/lomakkeet/71850/lomake.html
There can be max 30 students in the course.

Enrolment for University Studies
Teaching
3-Oct-2016 – 25-Nov-2016
Periods: I II
Language of instruction: English
Sosiaalitieteiden alat II, ks. myös yhteiskunta- ja kulttuuritieteiden teemat! [Period I]

General description of the course

The course consists of lectures (14 hours), brief written reflections before each class (except the first class on 7.9.2016) based on the readings, written questions to the teacher before each class (except the first class on 7.9.2016) and a learning diary or an essay by November 1st.

Course programme

Wednesday 7.9. 2016 Päivi Korvajärvi: Introduction to Feminist Methodologies & Silvia Gherardi: Gender as social practice

Tuesday 13.9.2016 Marsha Henry: Decolonizing Feminist Methodologies. Part 1.

Tuesday 20.9.2016 Marsha Henry: Decolonizing Feminist Methodologies. Part 2.

Tuesday 27.9.2016 Xin Liu: Feminist Posthumanist Research Methodologies and Methods

Tuesday 4.10.2016 Xin Liu: Researching Affects

Tuesday 11.10.2016 Tuula Juvonen: Queer Feminist Methodologies

Tuesday 18.10.2016 Mari Korpela: The situated knowledge of ethnographic research

Enrolment for University Studies
Enrolment time has expired
Teaching
7-Sep-2016 – 18-Oct-2016
Periods: I
Language of instruction: English

The course addresses people’s transnational lives in Eastern Europe and beyond in an anthropological perspective. We will draw on transnational anthropology by locating Eastern Europe in the context of global transformation and interconnectedness. We will discuss how everyday transnationalism manifests in labor mobilities, intimate relations, class (in)equalities, religious practices, gender and family-making. We will also deconstruct the Iron Curtain imaginaries and explore transnational linkages of Eastern Europeans already during the Cold War period. Drawing on multi-sited ethnography, we will focus on lived experiences of individuals with Polish and Russian backgrounds. In lectures and seminar, students will engage anthropologically with various types of sources, including people’s narratives, posters, animated movies, and icons.

Enrolment for University Studies

Priority will be given to students in social anthropology, sociology and social psychology.

Enrolment time has expired
Teaching
3-Oct-2016 – 10-Nov-2016
Periods: I II
Language of instruction: English
Period (24-Oct-2016 - 16-Dec-2016)
Sosiaalitieteiden alat I [Period II]

Webcourse “Introduction to Gender Studies” gives basic introductory knowledge about gender studies. The course begins with introduction to concept of gender and gender studies and continues with seven themes: feminist knowledge, men and masculinities, equality policy, family, intersectionality, gendered practices of working life, and body and sexuality. The course is for exchange students and everyone interested in gender studies. Previous studies in gender studies are not required.

The course will be organized 3.10.–25.11.2016. Each week the students will read text and/or other material available in the internet and discuss them in small groups in the Moodle learning environment.

The course is organized by HILMA Network for Gender Studies. Application to course: starting 29.8. with this form  https://elomake.helsinki.fi/lomakkeet/71850/lomake.html
There can be max 30 students in the course.

Enrolment for University Studies
Teaching
3-Oct-2016 – 25-Nov-2016
Periods: I II
Language of instruction: English
Sosiaalitieteiden alat II, ks. myös yhteiskunta- ja kulttuuritieteiden teemat! [Period II]

The course addresses people’s transnational lives in Eastern Europe and beyond in an anthropological perspective. We will draw on transnational anthropology by locating Eastern Europe in the context of global transformation and interconnectedness. We will discuss how everyday transnationalism manifests in labor mobilities, intimate relations, class (in)equalities, religious practices, gender and family-making. We will also deconstruct the Iron Curtain imaginaries and explore transnational linkages of Eastern Europeans already during the Cold War period. Drawing on multi-sited ethnography, we will focus on lived experiences of individuals with Polish and Russian backgrounds. In lectures and seminar, students will engage anthropologically with various types of sources, including people’s narratives, posters, animated movies, and icons.

Enrolment for University Studies

Priority will be given to students in social anthropology, sociology and social psychology.

Enrolment time has expired
Teaching
3-Oct-2016 – 10-Nov-2016
Periods: I II
Language of instruction: English
Period (9-Jan-2017 - 5-Mar-2017)
Sosiaalitieteiden alat I [Period III]

Webcourse “Intoroduction to Gender Studies” gives basic introductory knowledge about gender studies. The course begins with introduction to concept of gender and gender studies and continues with seven themes: feminist knowledge, men and masculinities, equality policy, family, intersectionality, gendered practices of working life, and body and sexuality.

The course is for exchange students and everyone interested in gender studies. Previous studies in gender studies are not required.

The course will be organized 6.2. – 31.3.2017. Each week the students will read text and/or other material available in the internet and discuss them in small groups in the Moodle learning environment.

Requirements for the course include reading independently the course material the beginning of every week (Mon-Tue) and participating actively in web discussions the end of every week (Wed-Fri), writing a short essay (3 pages) and writing a self-evaluation and a course evaluation.

Enrolment for University Studies

Application to the course: starting 2.1.2017 (and ending 25.1.2017).
Maximum 24 students can be admitted into the course.

Teaching
6-Feb-2017 – 31-Mar-2017
Periods: III IV
Language of instruction: English
Further information:

The course is organized by HILMA Network for Gender Studies (http://blogs.helsinki.fi/hilma-verkosto/in-english/courses-in-english/)

Period (6-Mar-2017 - 28-May-2017)
Sosiaalitieteiden alat I [Period IV]
Enrolment for University Studies
Enrolment time has expired
Teaching
21-Mar-2017 – 2-May-2017
Periods: IV
Language of instruction: English
Further information:

The course includes lectures (12 h) and seminars (12 h). 

Webcourse “Intoroduction to Gender Studies” gives basic introductory knowledge about gender studies. The course begins with introduction to concept of gender and gender studies and continues with seven themes: feminist knowledge, men and masculinities, equality policy, family, intersectionality, gendered practices of working life, and body and sexuality.

The course is for exchange students and everyone interested in gender studies. Previous studies in gender studies are not required.

The course will be organized 6.2. – 31.3.2017. Each week the students will read text and/or other material available in the internet and discuss them in small groups in the Moodle learning environment.

Requirements for the course include reading independently the course material the beginning of every week (Mon-Tue) and participating actively in web discussions the end of every week (Wed-Fri), writing a short essay (3 pages) and writing a self-evaluation and a course evaluation.

Enrolment for University Studies

Application to the course: starting 2.1.2017 (and ending 25.1.2017).
Maximum 24 students can be admitted into the course.

Teaching
6-Feb-2017 – 31-Mar-2017
Periods: III IV
Language of instruction: English
Further information:

The course is organized by HILMA Network for Gender Studies (http://blogs.helsinki.fi/hilma-verkosto/in-english/courses-in-english/)