Do you teach modules with a section on Gender?
A survey is now live for members of staff who teach modules which have some focus on gender, to help explore how lecturers can use archives hosted on campus to support and enhance teaching on gender.
The project is being led by Dr Maria do Mar Pereira (Centre for Interdisciplinary Gender Studies) and is funded by a University Student Education Fellowship. The project team will work with archive staff to find teaching resources in the Feminist Archive North and the Marks & Spencer Company Archive, which will be made available to interested staff across all Schools and Faculties.
The first stage of the project is a survey-based consultation of staff. Through this consultation, the team is hoping to find out what kinds of resources would be most valuable to staff teaching gender at UG and PG level. This will help ensure that the emphasis and outcomes of the archival research match staffs needs and priorities.
The survey is very simple, and will only take about 5 minutes to complete.
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