NOC:Feminism: Concepts and Theories


Lecture 1 - Feminism: Introduction


Lecture 2 - Vocabulary


Lecture 3 - Vocabulary (Continued...)


Lecture 4 - Feminism is for everybody : Passionate Politics - bell hooks


Lecture 5 - Key Concepts: Conceptual Literacy


Lecture 6 - Key Concepts: Reading from the Text


Lecture 7 - Key Concepts: Equality


Lecture 8 - Key Concepts: Difference


Lecture 9 - Key Concepts: Choice


Lecture 10 - Key Concepts: Care


Lecture 11 - Care: Case Studies and Reading


Lecture 12 - Key Concepts: Time


Lecture 13 - Key Concepts: Experience


Lecture 14 - Key Concepts: Space and Place


Lecture 15 - Feminist Theory: The First Wave


Lecture 16 - Feminist Theory: The Second and Third Wave


Lecture 17 - The Feminist Body - Part I


Lecture 18 - The Feminist Body - Part II


Lecture 19 - Feminism in India: Trajectory and Concerns - Part 1


Lecture 20 - Feminism in India: Trajectory and Concerns - Part 2


Lecture 21 - Feminism of India: Summary of Guest Lecture


Lecture 22 - Feminism of Work and Labor - I


Lecture 23 - Feminism of Work and Labor - II


Lecture 24 - Feminism and Affective/ Emotional Labor


Lecture 25 - Female Impersonators in Parsi Theatre


Lecture 26 - Feminism and Film


Lecture 27 - Feminisms: Fourth Wave, Popular Culture and Social Media - Part - I - Session - 01


Lecture 28 - Feminisms: Fourth Wave, Popular Culture and Social Media - Part - I - Session - 02


Lecture 29 - Feminisms: Fourth Wave, Popular Culture and Social Media - Part - II -Texts


Lecture 30 - Title: Introduction to Queer Theory - Part I


Lecture 31 - Title: Introduction to Queer Theory - Part II


Lecture 32 - Learnings And Conclusions


Lecture 33 - Summary - Weeks 1-4


Lecture 34 - Summary - Weeks 5-11


Lecture 35 - Final exam structure and suggestions