Diskripsi Perkuliahan

Studi Wanita adalah bidang kajian yang interdisiplin yang mencari pengetahuan tentang pengalaman, kondisi sosial, dan aspek politik maupun ekonomi yang terjadi pada perempuan baik di masa kini maupun di masa lalu. Women  feminis di Universitas  yang berperan pada pendidikan / pengajaran dan materi kuliahan diciptakan untuk membantu mahasiswa mengerti, memahami konsep gender. Disamping materi bacaan, film-film terpilih dipergunakan sebagai materi untuk mempelajari sebagian sejarah dan pengalaman hidup perempuan di Indonesia maupun di dunia. Dengan gender sebagai  kata kunci, akan ditelaah isu-isu sekitar budaya patriarkhi, kesukuan, kelas, seksualitas, globalisasi, ekonomi politik dan pembangunan.

Di akhir perkuliahan diharapkan mahasiswa mampu untuk:

•  Mendapatkan pengertian bagaimana gender dan konsepsi gender itu membentuk   identitas individu, institusi sosial, hubungan pribadi, dan distribusi kekuasaan di masyarakat.

•  Mengartikulasi issue-isue gender, kesukuan, seksualitas dan kelas serta kedudukan  dan status perempuan, serta solusi feminis

•  Mempelajari, menganalisa, mempertanyakan, mengkritisi kehidupan kita sendiri sebagai perempuan

•  Berpindah dari ruang lokal ke ruang global dengan membiasakan diri berkecimpung dalam gerakan perempuan yang beragam dan kontribusi serta suara perempuan di seluruh dunia.

•  Menyadari bahwa kebijakan tidak lagi hanyalah efek lokal, namun berefek holistik semua untuk kehidupan, ekonomi, pasar, pemerintahan dan ekosistim saling ketertarikan satu sama lain.

•    Mampu mengambil keputusan apa yang dibutuhkan dari diri kita sendiri, dari orang banyak dan dari Pemerintah.

 

Perkuliahan mencakup kuliah, dosen tamu, kegiatan membaca literature bacaan, film, sharing pengalaman diskusi dan tugas dalam kelompok, proyek individu sharing, diakhir perkuliahan,  penerapan  asumsi yang penting bahwa  bersana-sama mahasiswa belajar sebagai komunitas yang kritis, mahasiswa akan mampu berkolaborasi serta mampu membangun pengertian, pengetahuan tentang studi wanita serta membagi pengetahuan dan pengalaman pribadi di masyarakat (Benchmarking: Vancouver University).

 

 

 

Dosen :

  1. Hesti R Wijaya.PhD.,Ir
  2. Prof.Dr.Ir. Keppi Sukesi
  3. Dr.Ir. Yayuk Yuliati.MS
  4. Dr.Ir. Harsuko Riniwati.MP

 

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Benchmarking: VANCOVER UNIVERSITY