A selection of extracted readings by African feminist scholars included on syllabus of postgraduate courses focusing on Gender Theories, Research Methods and Queer Politics and cover Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
- Engagement from staff/students.
- Time to develop materials/content.
Available evidence of impact:
- Shift of attitudes.
- Staff engagement and commitment across the institution.
Links to available resources:
Implementation and potential challenges:
- Considering embedded or/and additional activities to feed into broader curricular for student and staff.
How to Use:
- Refer to Dr Okech’s African feminist readings.
- Allocation of time for academic staff to work on module content.
- Consider representation within reading lists and module content.
- Think about how texts are taught, critiqued and how academic literacies are experienced.
- Encourage exploration and deconstruction of the origins of discipline, through curriculum development.
- Allow students to explore identity and histories for a collective understanding of discipline.
- Check module content for negative stereotyping.