Teaching Feminist Economics. Conceptual Notes and Practical Advice for Teaching a Subject in the Making

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Anna Saave
VS Springer, 2021
Level: beginner
Perspective: Feminist Economics
Topic: mainstream critique, Teaching
Format: Text

Teaching feminist economics is a relatively new didactical project posing questions of content and methodology for instructors. The article proposes three possible topics with regard to the changing nature of the emergent research field: introducing feminist economics as a mode of questioning, showing its historicity and spectrum, and asking the question of a unifying paradigm. Complementarily, the article identifies teaching methodologies and aspects to consider for teaching according to feminist economics’ theoretical insights. This includes the role of experiences, the need for instructors to change perspectives, and the idea of caring and holding as starting points for a feminist pedagogy.

 

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