|Module title||Gender in geography and planning|
|Module lecturer||dr Edyta Bąkowska-Waldmann, dr Julia Kaczmarek-Khubnaia|
|Lecturer position||assistant professor (adiunkt), assistant professor (adiunkt)|
|Faculty||Faculty of Human Geography and Planning|
The detailed timetable:
8.12.2023 (Friday) Room 11, 15.00-16.30.
Location: Collegium Geographicum, Bogumiła Krygowskiego 10, Faculty of Human Geography and Planning, Room 103 (1st floor).
How to get there: https://goo.gl/maps/ZCYtn9Ugh5nhQ8XY6
Module aim (aims)
The main goals of the module are: (1) to present the impact of selected non-economic factors (associated with culturally determined "gender roles") on the development of countries and regions, and (2) to discuss the role and need for a gender-based equality approach in local governance and spatial planning.
Pre-requisites in terms of knowledge, skills and social competences (where relevant)
English language skills at a level enabling participation in discussions and reading the proposed literature.
Week 1 : What is the link between geography and gender? - introduction to the subject of the lecture.
Week 2: The impact of selected socio-cultural and demographic conditions on the development of countries and regions.
Week 3: How do informal ‘rules of the game in a society’ affect our prosperity?
Week 4: Gender-differentiated spatial needs - why gender representativeness matters in spatial planning?
Week 5: Designing cities for …? Discrimination in urban space and ways to overcome it.
Week 6: Gender mainstreaming in local governance.
Week 7: Summary of workshop classes and presentations of students' projects.
The reading list will be presented during the first lecture.