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Beginner Level
Approx. 13 hours to complete
French
Subtitles: French

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Week
1

Week 1

2 hours to complete

A quoi sert le genre ?

2 hours to complete
8 videos (Total 62 min), 1 reading, 1 quiz
8 videos
1.2 Organiser, diviser et hiérarchiser7m
1.3 Penser au-delà du binaire13m
2.1 En histoire9m
2.2 En anthropologie10m
2.3 En sociologie10m
2.4 En sciences politiques5m
2.5 Conclusion3m
1 reading
Références clés conseillées pour cette leçon10m
1 practice exercise
Module introductif : A quoi sert le genre ?32m
Week
2

Week 2

3 hours to complete

Violences

3 hours to complete
19 videos (Total 149 min), 1 reading, 1 quiz
19 videos
1.2 La contribution des féministes8m
1.2b Les théories féministes des violences3m
1.3a Comment compter les violences?7m
1.3b La controverse entre les statisticiens Straus et Johnson7m
1.4 Les violences des femmes14m
1.5 Les violences homo- et transphobes8m
1.6 Traiter les hommes violents11m
1.7 Quelques données statistiques5m
2.1 Harcèlement sexuel au travail9m
2.2 Homo et transphobie au travail8m
2.3 Sexisme et harcèlement sexuel à l'université9m
2.4 Violences conjugales6m
2.5 Viols et agressions sexuelles8m
3.1 Violences "chez soi", violences des "Autres"7m
3.2 Qui est vulnérable dans l'espace public?11m
3.3 Colonialité postcolonialité et violences:(dé)voiler8m
3.4 L'Autre vulnérable: sexisme et racisme7m
3.5 Conclusion2m
1 reading
Références clés conseillées pour le module 210m
1 practice exercise
Module 2 : Violences30m
Week
3

Week 3

2 hours to complete

Globalisation

2 hours to complete
12 videos (Total 100 min), 1 reading, 1 quiz
12 videos
1.2 Le genre: du colonial au postcolonial I10m
1.2b Le genre: du colonial au postcolonial II5m
1.3 Le genre: des luttes collectives au néo-libéralisme I7m
1.3b Le genre: des luttes collectives au néo-libéralisme II8m
1.4 L'internationalisation de la division sexuée du travail6m
2.1 Les élites transnationales en mobilité9m
2.2 Les subalternes en mouvement16m
3.1 Féminisation des migrations6m
3.2 Travail domestique globalisé14m
3.3 Marché transnational du sexe8m
3.4 Conclusion2m
1 reading
Références clés conseillées pour le module 310m
1 practice exercise
Module 3 : Globalisation30m
Week
4

Week 4

4 hours to complete

Techniques, sciences et biomédecine

4 hours to complete
19 videos (Total 169 min), 1 reading, 1 quiz
19 videos
1.2 Métiers d'hommes, métiers de femmes?10m
1.3 Genre, changement technique et qualification8m
1.4 La question du travail domestique6m
1.5 Au-delà du travail: l'analyse sociale des techniques8m
2.1 Hommes et femmes dans les sciences: un accès inégal9m
2.2 De la question "femmes et sciences" à la question "genre et science"11m
2.3 L'histoire sociale des sciences et l'apport de la critique féministe12m
2.4 Epistémologie féministe et connaissance située6m
3.1 Où placer les frontières du sexe et du genre?10m
3.2 Le sexe du cerveau?15m
3.3 Corps et genre en construction: la puberté10m
3.4 Technologie et médecine du sexe et du genre: transidentités11m
3.5 La construction sociale et médicale du masculin et du féminin9m
4.1 Technologie et médecine de la sexualité10m
4.2 Technologie et médecine de la gestation et de l'accouchement8m
4.3 Faire des sciences autrement? Le rôle des collectifs de patientes4m
4.4 Faire des sciences autrement? Genre, sciences et citoyenneté9m
4.5 Conclusion3m
1 reading
Références clés conseillées du module 410m
1 practice exercise
Module 4 : Techniques, sciences et biomédecine30m

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