Our forthcoming events are listed below.
For videos and podcasts of past CSWG events, click here.
CSWG "Work (Not?) in Progress" Seminar 1: "The Challenges of Doing Feminist and Queer Pedagogies in a Pandemic"
Work (Not?) In Progress” Sessions – the TEACHING edition
The Covid-19 crisis has impacted our working lives and working practices in profound ways. To help make sense of, and manage, those impacts, the Centre for the Study of Women and Gender (CSWG) launched earlier this year a series of “Work (Not?) In Progress” sessions where staff and students got together to informally connect and discuss their experiences of those impacts.
Last term, the WNIP sessions focused on the impacts of Covid-19 on research, but this term we will turn our attention to the impacts of Covid-19 on TEACHING.
In this first session, we will focus on the Challenges of Doing Feminist and Queer Pedagogies in a Pandemic. Feminist and queer approaches to pedagogy invite us to develop teaching that is interactive, inclusive, participatory, transformative, experiential, embodied and uses space differently. But how do you do this in a pandemic, learning online or in face masks? Cath Lambert (Sociology) will kickstart our discussion of the multiple challenges of doing feminist and queer pedagogies in times of Covid-19.
We will be meeting on Zoom. Please use the following details to join us:
- Meeting ID: 819 4849 0432
- Passcode: cswg
The event is open to all staff and students at Warwick and beyond. This is an informal space for connection and discussion, so please feel free to bring your lunch and eat with us during the meeting.
The session is pet- and child-friendly, so other members of your household are welcome to join us too.
If you face any access barriers and there are any adjustments we can make to support your full participation, or you have any questions about the event, please get in touch with Maria (firstname.lastname@example.org).