“It opened a new universe for me”
7 years of journalism working at a press agency, newspaper and radio.
BA in Philosophy and MA in journalism, The University of Bologna
feminist activism, theatre, travelling, yoga
What made you apply for the Master Course “Teaching Intersectional Gender, Sexuality, Ethnicity and Equality” at Tema Genus?
I was engaged in feminist groups in Italy but I wanted to study this more and get other perspectives, and since gender studies don’t exist in Italy in this way, I was looking internationally. As Sweden is considered the role model of gender-equality in world I thought this could be a great experience.
What do you find the most interesting about this Master Course?
I appreciate that it is a good opportunity to get an overview about what is done within the academia concerning gender studies because there are a lot of teachers specialized on different areas within gender studies. The plurality of the students, for example in regard to nationality is very interesting.
What do you think this Master Course will give you in the future?
I am already using the course for my personal life. It’s a great tool to survive the Italian society… This course is not only useful in an academia sense but people whom don’t want to work within academia will benefit from it.
Could you describe your experience of the Master Course with 3 words?
Exciting, intense and useful!
Text: Desireé Ljungcrantz/ Photo: Peter Modin
Welcome to Tema Genus undergraduate education!
It's time to apply for courses starting autumn 2013! Besides our popular Master Programme Gender Studies - Intersectionality and Change we have several new single courses at advanced level. You can either choose to apply for our whole programme our do some cherry-picking and choose one or several single courses. Late applications still possible.
To apply: universityadmissions.se
If you have any questions regarding the our undergraduate education; pleas contact me at: email@example.com or 013-282244
Tema Genus: Educating Agents for Change
Director of studies Stina Backman
About Gender Studies
The objective for TEMA - The Department of Thematic Studies is to pursue excellent research and education at undergraduate and advanced levels relevant to society. Tema aims to provide a major impetus in career development for both future researchers and those who have just entered the field of research
Last updated: 2013-03-07