Women's studies courses

(4 Posts)
ftw Mon 26-Sep-16 11:26:51

I'm toying with the idea of doing a university-level course in women's studies or similar.

It would probably have to be distance learning/online.

I want one from a UK institution because the cultural landscape in the US is just too different.

Has anyone any experience or advice? Or know of any decent free stuff I can have a look at to help me make up my mind?

I can't decide how formal I want to make it - maybe I just need to do a shit ton of reading.

Any/all help or advice appreciated! (It's not really for career purposes, more just for interest.)

Lifejustbounces Sun 02-Oct-16 10:53:23

There aren't really many (if any) women's studies courses any more I'm afraid. It's mainly gender/queer stuff so hard to find any proper feminist stuff. However, the IAI (https://iai.tv/iai-academy/courses) currently has some free short online courses by Julie Bindel, Finn Mackay and Beatrix Campbell so those might be of interest to you?

Beebeeeight Sun 02-Oct-16 11:04:07

Honestly I think you'd be better off reading the books yourself.

MinervaMcG Sun 02-Oct-16 11:21:01

Me too. I found this one at Bangor which looks like it might do the trick.

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