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Implementing a critical gender perspective in art history/visual culture

Lindberg, Anna Lena LU (2007)
Abstract
Based on the assumption that female students’ academic careers in particular are disadvantaged by canonical art history teaching, the project’s chief goal was to launch strategies for the implementation of critical gender perspectives in all undergraduate courses in the division of Art History and Visual Studies, Lund University, 2004-2006. These strategies included teaching practices derived from Lindberg (1988) and Wahl (1996); the introduction and implementation of an annual Gender Marathon Day open to the whole department; student involvement in the educational process as well as project management; and fundamental issues, such as collaboration among instructors, including examinations. Advantages to both male and female students... (More)
Based on the assumption that female students’ academic careers in particular are disadvantaged by canonical art history teaching, the project’s chief goal was to launch strategies for the implementation of critical gender perspectives in all undergraduate courses in the division of Art History and Visual Studies, Lund University, 2004-2006. These strategies included teaching practices derived from Lindberg (1988) and Wahl (1996); the introduction and implementation of an annual Gender Marathon Day open to the whole department; student involvement in the educational process as well as project management; and fundamental issues, such as collaboration among instructors, including examinations. Advantages to both male and female students included increased professional competence regarding the contemporary as well as the historical art world. (Less)
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"Instructional Innovation" "Visual Arts", "Active Learning", "Higher Education", "Critical Analysis", "Classroom Research", "Gender Differences (Sex)".
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16 pages
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Högskoleverket
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Implementing a critical gender perspective in art history/visual culture
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English
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15e95913-e2e6-40a2-9ddd-76328e3c89dc (old id 596180)
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