Classics and Feminist Pedagogy: Practical Tips For Teaching - 29/07/2016, Birmingham (England)
LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: University of Birmingham (Birmingham, England)
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Ellie Mackin
Registrarse antes del 22 de julio en / registration by 22nd July in / registrazione prima del 22 luglio in: Formulario de inscripción / Registration form / modulo di iscrizione
Miembros del Women's / members of the / membri del Women's Classical Committee: gratis / free / gratuito
No miembros / non members / non membri: £5
9:30 – Welcome, coffee.
10:00 – What is Feminist Pedagogy and What Does It Mean For Classics and Ancient History? – Liz Gloyn, Royal Holloway, University of London.
11:00 – Teaching Sensitive Topics – Fiona McHardy, Roehampton.
12:00 – Breakout groups – discussion in small groups of challenges faced by participants in their particular teaching contexts, and how the morning’s ideas might change what they do in the autumn.
1:00 – Lunch
2:00 – Incorporating Female Voices: Moving Beyond ‘Women in the Ancient World’ – a workshop-style discussion exploring ways in which gender can become more than an add-on to our teaching. Guest speakers include Helen King, Open University, and Matthew Fox, Glasgow.
3:00 – Incorporating Female Voices in the Syllabus – Scholarship – a workshop-style discussion looking at how we can expose our students to women’s work as they encounter secondary literature. Guest speakers are Holly Ranger, Birmingham, Claire Millington, KCL, and Rosie Wyles, Kent.
4.00 – Coffee break.
4:15 – Spotlight talks: a series of short talks focused on practical teaching strategies people have tried in their own classrooms.
5:00 – Concluding roundtable.
5:30 – Close.
Delegates who wish to share dinner together are welcome to join an informal party at their own cost.