To approach a gendered perspective for history taught at school
To understand the importance of women's movements for the rights that women have in modern societies
To raise awareness on gender issues
To be able to include gender perspectives in the history they are going to teach at school
To approach Greek history from a gender perspective
Course Content (Syllabus)
The course is based first on a theoretical introduction to the history of women as a new historiographical field. Then, it is organised in three units: (a) The Women "Lady's" Journal and the demands for education and work; (b) Feminism of the interwar period and the claim of political rights; and (c) The feminism of Metapolitefis and the new agenda of claims on the so-called private sphere of female exploitation.