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Announcement: Women in Humanities graduate award holders publish article on the Women’s Studies MS.t course at Oxford

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Eleri Watson and Charlotte De Val (MSt in Women’s Studies, 2014-15), who co-chaired the organising committee of ‘Teaching to Transgress’, have had published in the online journal Exchanges a co-authored article reflecting on issues arising out of the conference: ‘“This is education as the practice of freedom”: Twenty Years of Women’s Studies at the University of Oxford’.
 
The MSt in Women’s Studies is a nine-month interdisciplinary master's degree, which equips students with the critical and research tools needed for women's studies in the humanities. It provides a systematic introduction to feminist theory, highlighting women's contribution to culture and history alongside critical analysis and theorisation of the meanings assigned to the category 'woman' in philosophical, literary, socio-cultural and historical thought. For further information about the programme, see www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/graduate/courses/mst-womens-studies.