2023-2024 / PHIL0096-1

Interdisciplinary introduction to gender studies: philosophy, literature and media*


30h Th

Number of credits

 Bachelor in ancient and modern languages and literatures5 crédits 
 Bachelor in ancient languages and literatures : classics5 crédits 
 Bachelor in information and communication5 crédits 
 Bachelor in modern languages and literatures : German, Dutch and English5 crédits 
 Bachelor in history of art and archaeology : general5 crédits 
 Bachelor in history5 crédits 
 Bachelor in modern languages and literatures : general5 crédits 
 Bachelor in history of art and archaeology : musicology5 crédits 
 Bachelor in ancient languages and literatures : Oriental studies (Registrations are closed)5 crédits 
 Bachelor in philosophy5 crédits 
 Bachelor in French and Romance languages and literatures : general5 crédits 


Florence Caeymaex

Language(s) of instruction

French language

Organisation and examination

Teaching in the second semester


Schedule online

Units courses prerequisite and corequisite

Prerequisite or corequisite units are presented within each program

Learning unit contents

On request : F.Caeymaex@uliege.be

Learning outcomes of the learning unit

On request : F.Caeymaex@uliege.be

Prerequisite knowledge and skills

A good command of oral and written French

Planned learning activities and teaching methods

The course takes place on Fridays from 11am to 1pm (Q2)

Each proposed session will consist of the following:

- 1h30 of ex-cathedra class;
- 30 minutes of discussion between the teacher and the students. Students will be invited to share their thoughts and to dialogue on the basis of a quote, a text extract, a short video, an image, a newspaper front page, a passage from a novel, etc. presented on the powerpoint.

Mode of delivery (face to face, distance learning, hybrid learning)

Face-to-face course

Additional information:

Face-to-face courses.

Recommended or required readings

Students will be asked to read/listen to a short extract (of an article, essay, podcast, etc.) before the sessions as preparation for the specific topic. These extracts will be available via the eCampus platform.

Recommended reading: L. Bereni, S. Chauvin et al, Introduction aux études sur le genre, Brussels, De Boeck, 2020 (3rd edition).

Recommended readings and bibliographical references will be given during the course sessions for students wishing to deepen their knowledge of the subject matter.

Exam(s) in session

Any session

- In-person

written exam ( open-ended questions )

Additional information:

Written examination (open questions).

Work placement(s)


Organisational remarks and main changes to the course

The course sessions will be taught by an interdisciplinary teaching team. In addition to Florence Caeymaex, who will teach the course, various doctoral students and members of the Feminist & Gender Lab will teach sessions related to their own disciplinary fields and interests. Here is the list*:

Bastien Bomans (bbomans@uliege.be)
Caroline Glorie (glorie@uliege.be)
Marie Kill (Kill@uliege.be)
Marie Viérin (Vierin@uliege.be)
Caroline Wintgens (wintgens@uliege.be)

*This list may be extended to include other ad hoc collaborators.


Bastien Bomans (bbomans@uliege.be)

Marie Kill (Marie.Kill@uliege.be)

Association of one or more MOOCs

There is no MOOC associated with this course.

Additional information: