Methods for Transforming University Teaching and Education: Explorations of critical feminist pedagogy and university teaching
This article describes analyses an action research project on methods of integrating of gender perspectives into university education. This project was carried out at Lund University, and involved both doctoral students and university teachers. The project incorporated doctoral students as part of the project team and they actively participated in the planning of courses on the integration of gender perspectives into learning and teaching at the university. During the project, the project team also explored their own experiences and dilemmas in teaching in relationship to the body of literature regarding feminist pedagogy. The methodology developed in the project, which we refer to as the Lund Model , is contextual and intersectional. The concept of intersectionality focuses upon the complex relationships of power and is used to analyze how gender is intertwined and melded other kinds of relations and structures of power and knowledge within the academic world as well as within society.
Myndigheten för nätverk och samarbete inom högre utbildning