Cologne Summer School Virtual Children’s Media in a Global Perspective | Globale virtuelle Kindermedienwelten 3 – 16 September 2018 in Köln Universität zu Köln | ALEKI | Seminarräume 12 und 13 Organisation: Prof. Dr. Gabriele von Glasenapp, Dr. Felix Giesa,
Project DescriptionESRC South Coast Doctoral Partnership (SCDTP) funded. Project code: PSYC4270118 Supervision team:Dr Erik Gustafsson Dr Tara Woodyer Dr Stefanie Sonnenberg Project in brief Children’s toys are heavily gendered, resulting in boys and girls developing varied sets of skills which
The University of Winnipeg’s Department of Women and Gender Studies is offering an online course on Gender in Fairy Tale Film and Cinematic Folklore for the 2013 Winter Term. Course Number: WGS-3005-761Course Instructor: Dr. Jennifer OrmePrerequisites: WGS-1232, WGS-2001, WGS-2002 or
Special Visiting Scholar SeminarJack Zipes, Professor Emeritus, University of MinnesotaFriday, July 20, 20129:30AM to 12:30PMUniversity of Winnipeg, Room 2M70 Subversive Fairy Tale Films (co-sponsored by Women’s and Gender Studies, University of Winnipeg and the Winnipeg Art Gallery) Jack Zipes, world-renowned
Join accomplished Young Adult author Martine Leavitt in a full-day masterclass on plot and structure in longer works of fiction. John Gardner said, “Though action with no meaning beyond its own brute existence can have no lasting appeal, plot is,
The Association for Canadian Studies in German-Speaking Countries is offering an online course on “Multicultural Ideology in Canadian Children’s Literature” for the first time. It will be taught within the framework of its successful program of Virtual Canadian Studies. The
MTYP’s new Artist-in-Residence, Herbie Barnes, invites submissions for his upcoming series of intensive workshops on creating plays specifically for young people. An Ontario-based director, writer, actor and teacher, Barnes has worked extensively in television, film and theatre, including numerous engagements
Addressing the link between culture and the arts, and the social, economic and political milieu, this program will address five related areas: cultural theory cultures of childhood gender, sexuality and culture global and local culture manuscript, print and digital culture.