Group of courses: Humanities
Gender studies approaches and research concepts have become part of literary and linguistic studies and literary history education.
Gender studies concepts should generally be integrated into the module description, both in theoretical basic modules (introduction to literary studies, literary theory) and in literary history modules (middle ages/modern period).
Thematic modules on gender studies can be offered at a later stage as advanced modules (usually as compulsory optional modules). Here, we particularly recommend interdisciplinary modules (humanities and cultural studies courses combining literary theory and literary history issues).
If possible, cooperation with interdisciplinary degree courses in gender studies and university centres for women's and gender studies should be sought and appropriate cross-sectional modules should be offered.
Gender studies approaches and concepts should be included in all phases of study, preferably in the later study phase (as well as in the Master of Education).