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Jain, Khushboo

Khushboo Jain is an academic, social researcher, and human rights activist engaged in agency-based political struggle. Through her ethnographic study of home-making practices on the streets of Delhi and her work with street and railway children in India, she critiques normative ideas surrounding home, family, and the public-private divide.
Currently completing her PhD at Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen, she also teaches courses on feminist theories, women in contemporary Indian society, and reimagining the home.

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Breaking Stereotypes: Voices of Contemporary Indian Women (Seminar/englisch)
Mi. 17.04.2024 18:00 Uhr
Khushboo Jain
Kursnummer 24S156004

In this course, we delve deep into the lives of Indian women, their heterogeneous and unique experiences and contexts, and the grassroots feminist struggles. To shape our understanding of identity, difference, and intersectionality in the multifaceted lives of Indian women, our journey will move beyond theory, engaging with popular culture, opinion pieces, films, personal anecdotes and roundtables with firsthand narratives. Please join if you are seeking a deeper understanding of India and its multicultural society, and to discover the intertwining stories that unify us across thousands of miles, transcending time and distance. In Kooperation mit dem Frauenzentrum Erlangen

Kursnummer 24S156004
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Kosten: 20,00
Dozent*in:
Khushboo Jain
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