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New subject: Gender relations, politics, citizenship and society. Feminist Economics Profile.

  • July 18th, 2018
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The Feminist Economics Chair launches a new subject at the Universitat de València, called Gender Relations, Policies, Citizenship and Society. Feminist Economy Profile, for the 2018-2019 academic year.

The course focuses on the study and analysis of economic processes in the context of current globalisation, reflecting on what the feminist perspective is and why it matters. In an enjoyable way, using participatory methodologies and taking advantage of online resources (audiovisuals, streaming debates, social platforms, interactive indicators, institutional road maps ...) we will deepen in the main international debates that explain the situations of inequality and discrimination that separate the lives of women and men at the international level.

  • How many credits does this new course entail? This new course is equivalent to 6 ECTS credits, which can be validated by 6 elective credits (degree) or 6 free option credits (old plans).
  • Who can take this new course? All students of the Social and Legal Sciences Branch (except Teacher Training, Pedagogy and Social Education) can take it.
  • When will it be taught? It will be held during the second four-month period in 14 sessions between 5 February and 14 May 2018 on Tuesdays from 2.15 p.m. to 4.15 p.m. Remember to select Group B.
  • Who will teach the new subject?  The course Gender Relations, Politics, Citizenship and Society. Feminist Economics Profile will be taught by Isabel Pla Julián, Professor at the Faculty of Economics at the UV, attached to the Department of Applied Economics and a researcher at the University Institute of Women's Studies.
  • How to formalise the registration? Through the UV Student Services Portal.

For further information, specific queries will be answered by e-mail: and/or telephone: 96 398 3795