Queer-Feministische Perspektiven auf Wissen(schaft)
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Gender Mainstreaming and Diversity Management have long been discussed in university politics. However, the implementation of gender equality and diversity concepts are still based on gender binary and non-holistic approaches and are often restrained to improve human resources. This article aims at showing how Gender Mainstreaming and Diversity Management can firstly benefit from a queer-feminist input and secondly, how these perspectives can be integrated not only into the administration of students and employees, but foremost at the content level of curricula and research, especially with teaching students. Focussing on (Romance) literary and cultural studies, the paper didacticizes and reflects on the role of literature classes for promoting gender-reflective and discrimination-critical teaching. The presentation and analysis of a seminar on “(New) Orders of Love in French and Italian Literature” will serve as an example.
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