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To develop transnational perspectives we suggest a number of tools: a diverse team, interactive peer learning, multi-sited analysis and more. You find our reflections on this in METHODOLOGY. To encourage your own enquiries, we also include GLOSSARIES and reflections on language and multilinguality and an annotated list of digital ARCHIVES that cover gender studies and women’s/queer movements globally resp. are based in the gloabl south. 

What does ‘polygender’ mean? What does the acronym ‘CEDAW’ refer to?  Or what pronoun is ‘hir’ or ‘xemself’? Who is a ‘femocrat? What do we mean by ‘gender machinery’? – Many terms in gender studies need explanation and discussion. Read More

In this section you find selected links to archives, that at least in part, give you online access to their materials. These archives either address global feminisms or are based in the Global South. They offer a wealth of resources to further explore the topics addressed in the modules. Read More

In this project, we have engaged with the dilemmas of power and reflexivity that face academics working across both disciplinary and transnational boundaries. These power differentials are both spatial and temporal. Read More

Last update: 25 August 2020

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