XXIX International Conference of the Association of Gender and Sexuality Studies (AGSS)
Approaches to literary, film or artistic works that serve to develop competences in reading-comprehension, interculturality and sexual diversity (from primary education to higher education, in regulated and non-regulated contexts).
Didactic proposals or experiences based on work created by women or other individuals marginalized because of their sexuality from all time periods, prioritizing Hispanic contexts.
Research on children’s or young adults’ literature, or creative works with a large influence on the educational canons.
Gender studies approaches to educational or audio-visual adaptations of literary works.
Intercultural education through literature, film and art from a gender perspective: authors or main characters.
Gender issues in works created by male or female authors.
Female agency in fictional characters.
Education as a literary or filmic topic from a gender perspective
Female and male agency and education (comparative analyses from antiquity to the present; transatlantic and transpacific approaches).
The body and the erotic in literary and intercultural education (heteronormativity, alternative sexualities, moral or religious expectations).
Studies on the female presence in the curricula of Humanities and Social Sciences, in Primary Education text books, in picture books or in animation productions.
Impact of intercultural literary, audio-visual or artistic research performed from a gender perspective on co-education, inclusion and educational equity.
Teachers, professors and researchers as creators of educational experiences (for children or young adults and in adult education).
Approaches to the figure of Carmen Bravo-Villasante.