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Gender and contemporary Polish society

Informacje ogólne

Kod przedmiotu: 3402-00GCPS Kod Erasmus / ISCED: (brak danych) / (brak danych)
Nazwa przedmiotu: Gender and contemporary Polish society
Jednostka: Instytut Stosowanych Nauk Społecznych
Grupy:
Punkty ECTS i inne: 3.00
Język prowadzenia: (brak danych)
Skrócony opis:

This course examines how “gender” structures and is being structured within the domains of polity, economy, religion, violence, reproduction and resistance, in case of contemporary Polish society. It provides a comprehensive overview of the most crucial issues and debates related to Poland, gender and its intersections with class, level of ability, place of living, religion, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, and gender identity

Pełny opis:

Ever social order, in its temporal, historical context, can be analyzed and described through gender lenses. In other words, every society represents certain gender regime, differently positioning men, women and those with non-binary and trans- gender identities within social structure. This course examines how “gender” structures and is being structured within the domains of polity, economy, religion, violence, reproduction and resistance, in case of contemporary Polish society. It provides a comprehensive overview of the most crucial issues and debates related to Poland, gender and its intersections with class, level of ability, place of living, religion, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, and gender identity. It brings together up-to-date knowledge presented in recent academic, research papers, which employ different methodological approaches (discourse analysis, individual interviews, biographical research) and different kinds of data, both quantitative and qualitative.

Literatura:

1. Polity I

Fuszara, M. (2019), “Poland: Regime Transformation and Women’s Political Representation”, in: Susan Franceschet, Mona Lena Krook, Netina Tan (eds.) The Palgrave Handbook of Women’s Political Rights, London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Rawłuszko M. (2018), Gender mainstreaming revisited: Lessons from Poland, European Journal of Women’s Studies¸ vol 26, no 4.

3. Polity II

Grabowska M. (2012), Bringing the Second World In: Conservative Revolution(s), Socialist Legacies, and Transnational Silences in the Trajectories of Polish Feminism, Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, vol 37, no 2.

Mizielinska J., Kulpa R. (2011), “ ‘Contemporary Peripheries’: Queer Studies, Circulation of Knowledge and East/West Divide”, in: Robert Kulpa, Joanna Mizielińska (eds) De-Centering Western Sexualities. Central and Eastern European Perspectives, Farnham: Ashgate.

4. Polity III

Warat M. (2016), For the sake of family and religion. Nationalist-religious discourse on the Convention on Preventing and Combating Violence Against Women and Domestic Violence, Studia Humanistyczne AGH, vol 15, no 3.

Grzebalska W. (2017), Between gender blindness and nationalist herstory, Baltic Worlds, vol X, no 4.

5. Religion

Szwed A., Zielińska K. (2016), “A War on Gender? The Roman Catholic Church’s Discourse on Gender in Poland”, in: Sabrina Ramet, Irena Borowik (eds.) Religion, Politics, and Values in Poland, New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Hall D. (2015), Individual choices revisited: Non-heterosexual Christians in Poland, Social Compass, vol 62, no 2.

6. Violence

Michalska S. (2016), Domestic Violence Against Women in Rural Communities in Poland, Wieś i Rolnictwo, vol 4, no 173.

Grabowska M., Rawłuszko M. (2020), Polish #metoo: when concern for men’s rights derails the women’s revolution, in print.

7. Economy I

Urbańska S. (2016), Transnational Motherhood and Forced Migration. Causes and Consequences of the Migration of Polish Working Class Women 1989-2010, Central and Eastern European Migration Review, vol 5, no 1.

Kindler M., Szulecka M. (2013), The Economic Integration of Ukrainian and Vietnamese Migrant Women in the Polish Labour Market, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, vol 39, no 4.

8. Economy II

Ślęzak I. (2019), Social construction of sex work. Ethnography of Escort Agencies in Poland, Łódź: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego.

9. Reproduction I

The Women Strike Continues (2018), 00’49, Magda Malinowska (director), Szum TV, https://en.labournet.tv/womens-strike-continues .

10. Reproduction II

Korolczuk E. Hryciuk R. (2013), “At the intersection of gender and class: social mobilization around mothers’ rights in Poland”, in: Kerstin Jacobsson, Steven Saxonberg, Beyond NGO-ization? The Development of Social Movements in Central and Eastern Europe, Ashate.

SzumTV: Strajk Matek, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ygNHXqf9zo

Szelewa D. (2016), „From Implicit to Explicit Familiarism: Post-1989 Family Policy Reforms in Poland”, in: Diana Auth, Jutta Hergenhan, Barbara Holland-Cunz (eds.) Gender and Family in European Economic Policy, Palgrave Macmillan.

11. Reproduction III

Kłonkowska A. M. (2015), Making Trasngender Count in Poland. Disciplined Individuals and Circumscribed Populations, TSQ: Transgender Studies Quaterly, vol 2, no 1.

Radkowska-Walkowicz M. (2017), How the Political Becomes Private: In Vitro Fertilization and the Catholic Church in Poland, Journal of Religion and Health, vol 57, no 3.

Radkowska-Walkowicz M. (2014), Frozen children and despairing embryons in the ‘new’ post-communist state: The debate on IVF in the context of Poland’s transition, European Journal of Women’s Studies, vol 21, no 4.

Wołowicz-Ruszkowska A. (2015), How Polish Women With Disabilities Challenge the Meaning of Motherhood, Psychology of Women Quaterly, vol 40, no 1.

Mizielińska J., Stasińska A. (2018), Beyond the Western gaze: Families of choice in Poland, Sexualities, vol 21, no 7.

12. Reproduction IV

Chełstowska A. (2011), Stigmatization and commercialision of abortion services in Poland: turning sin into gold, Reproductive Health Matters, vol 19, no 37.

Mishtal J. (2015), „Abortion, Polish style”, in: Joanna Mishtal, The Politics of Morality. The Church, the State, and Reproductive Rights in Postsocialist Poland, Ohio University Press.

13. Resistance I

Struzik J. (2020), ”Framing Queer Activism in Poland: From Liberal Values to Solidarity”, in: Radzhana Buyantueva, Maryna Shevtsova (eds.) LGBTQ+ Activism in Central and Eastern Europe, Palgrave Macmillan.

Kubisa J., Rakowska K. (2018), Was it a strike? Notes on Polish Women on Strike and Strike of Parent’s of Persons with Disabilities, Praktyka Teoretyczna. Feminist Movements in Central and Eastern Europe, vol 4, no 30.

14. Resistance II

Muszel M., Piotrowski G. (2018), Rocking the small-town boat: Black Protest activists in small and provincial Polish cities, Praktyka Teoretyczna. Feminist Movements in Central and Eastern Europe, vol 4, no 30.

Korolczuk E., Graff A. (2018), Gender as ‘Ebola from Brussels’: The Anti-colonial Frame and the Rise of Illiberal Populism, Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, vol 43, no 4.

Rawłuszko M. (2019), And If the Opponents of Gender Ideology Are Right? Gender Politics, Europeanization, and the Democratic Deficit, Politics & Gender.

Efekty uczenia się:

Student:

 Knows and understands the concept of gender, gender order and gender regime,

 Has comprehensive knowledge about gender inequalities of the contemporary Polish society,

 Has comprehensive knowledge about contemporary Polish society and gender politics: main issues, actors, and tensions,

 Has comprehensive knowledge about intersections in between gender and other dimensions of social structuring (disability, class, place of living, sexual orientation, ethnic origin etc.) in contemporary Polish society,

 Can reflexively assess current political processes related to gender order in Polish society, also in wider context of Central Eastern Europe, Europeanization, East/West divisions, anti-gender mobilizations,

 Can identify up-to-date academic research and data connected to the Polish society and gender order,

 Can use the concept of gender in relation to other key notions of politics, economy, violence, reproduction,

 Develops their public discussion skills in English,

 Develops their presentation and writing skills in English

Metody i kryteria oceniania:

Class attendance – 40%

Level of active engagement in class discussion – 20%

Oral presentation – 20%

Reading critical summary (written) – 20%

Zajęcia w cyklu "Semestr zimowy 2020/21" (zakończony)

Okres: 2020-10-01 - 2021-01-31
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Koordynatorzy: Marta Rawłuszko
Prowadzący grup: Marta Rawłuszko
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