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Gender Evolutions From stereotypes to citizenship © Flavia Monceri 2011
General aim of the seminars To provide attendants with a preliminary body of knowledge concerning issues relating to sexual/gender diversity. We particularly aim at unmasking still well alive stereotypes and prejudices. Knowledge and self-reflection are the two main tools as to sweep away discriminatory attitudes in order to tackle the issue concerning an effective citizenship of sexually and gender diverse individuals. © Flavia Monceri 2011 Gender evolutions. From stereotypes to citizenship
List of seminars February-May 2011 01/02 – Flavia Monceri, Sex, sexuality and gender: stereotypes and prejudices 18/02 – Fabio Corsini, Narratives of diversity: autobiography and transgender 11/03 – Giulia Selmi, Teaching sexual and gender diversity 01/04 – Michela Balocchi, Narratives of diversity: the intersexual experience 15/04 – Francesco Monceri, Gender differences in domestic and EU law 06/05 – Flavia Monceri, Sexual/gender diversity and democratic citizenship © Flavia Monceri 2011 Gender evolutions. From stereotypes to citizenship
Seminars outline Aim Focus Expected outcomes © Flavia Monceri 2011
Sex, sexuality and gender: stereotypes and prejudices Flavia Monceri, 1/02/2011 Aims: General introduction; deconstruction of stereotypes and prejudices concerning sex, gender and sexuality Focus: Sex (Male/Female), gender (Man/Woman), and sexuality (Hetero/Homo) binaries; sexual preferences/orientations; sexual practices Expected outcomes: Achieving awareness of one owns stereotypes and prejudices about sex, gender, and sexuality; further self-reflection © Flavia Monceri 2011 Gender evolutions. From stereotypes to citizenship
Narratives of diversity: autobiography and transgender Fabio Corsini, 18/02/2011 Aims: Providing sociological definitions of diversity and differences; clarifying the label transgender and its social relevance Focus: autobiographical accounts of transgender people; audiovisual representations (TV, cinema…) Expected outcomes: Understanding the social relevance of the transgender phenomenon; raising awareness as to the importance of the first-person perspective © Flavia Monceri 2011 Gender evolutions. From stereotypes to citizenship
Teaching sexual and gender diversity Giulia Selmi, 11/03/2011 Aims: Illustrating the relevance of sexual/gender diversity for the field of education; describing the current situation in Italy Focus: teaching and learning assumptions, methods, and practices Expected outcomes: Achieving knowledge about the current state of affairs; raising awareness as to the need for elaborating and applying new tools in the field of education; © Flavia Monceri 2011 Gender evolutions. From stereotypes to citizenship
Narratives of diversity: the intersexual experience Michela Balocchi, 1/04/2011 Aims: Introducing to definitions and forms of intersexuality; providing information as to the current situation of intersexuals in Italy Focus: historical reconstruction of intersexuality; presentation of qualitative research results Expected outcomes: Achieving knowledge about intersexuality and its social relevance; confrontation with first-person accounts of intersexuality © Flavia Monceri 2011 Gender evolutions. From stereotypes to citizenship
Gender differences in domestic and EU law Francesco Monceri, 15/04/2011 Aims: Introducing the issues of gender and sexual diversity from the perspective of law; giving concrete examples of jurisprudence and regulations Focus: domestic and EU law and jurisprudence; European jurisprudence concerning transexuals Expected outcomes: Achieving knowledge as to the state of affairs in the field of law; understanding what kind of concrete problems law is called to solve in the field of sexual and gender differences © Flavia Monceri 2011 Gender evolutions. From stereotypes to citizenship
Sexual/gender diversity and democratic citizenship Flavia Monceri, 6/05/2011 Aims: Reconstructing the implications of the previous seminar for the notion of democratic citizenship; providing alternative models of citizenship in the face of sexual/gender diversity Focus: the notion of sexual citizenship; sexual/gender diversity, multiculturalism and democracy Expected outcomes: Elaborating possible alternative models together with the attendants, moving from knowledge and non-discriminatory attitudes achieved through the seminars © Flavia Monceri 2011 Gender evolutions. From stereotypes to citizenship
Teaching methods and tools Multidisciplinary approach: speakers come from different disciplinary fields (political philosophy, sociology, law) Use of various teaching materials: books and articles, photos and artistic products, audiovisual products (TV programs, films, spots), autobiographies... Interactive lectures © Flavia Monceri 2011 Gender evolutions. From stereotypes to citizenship
Products and follow-up Publication of the revised seminar texts in a collective book to which also selected attendants will contribute (some attendants are Ph.D. holders or candidates) After the end of the seminars, a research team should be established, including speakers and (some) attendants to plan further research and dissemination activities © Flavia Monceri 2011 Gender evolutions. From stereotypes to citizenship
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