Género e interdisciplinariedad: el rol constitutivo del género en la generación del conocimiento.

  • Rachel Tillman SUNY Stony Brook
Palabras clave: género, interdisciplinariedad, transdisciplinariedad, ciencias, conocimiento.

Resumen

El texto que se presenta da cuenta de algunos elementos básicos en torno al papel constitutivo del género en la generación del conocimiento en las distintas disciplinas. Con el objeto de establecer los conceptos fundantes para abordar la tesis de que la generación de conocimiento se cualifica si se incorpora la perspectiva de género se partirá de una presentación introductoria de algunas definiciones con el fin de sentar las bases de la discusión. En un segundo momento se abordará la importancia del género y de cómo el género puede transformar las diferentes disciplinas y finalmente, a manera de conclusión, se abordará la relación género e interdisciplinariedad.

Biografía del autor/a

Rachel Tillman, SUNY Stony Brook
Profesora Investigadora. Ph.D (c), SUNY Stony Brook, Filosofía; Certificado de Posgrado en Estudios de Género y Mujeres, SUNY Stony Brook; Magister, magna cum laude, SUNY Stony Brook, Filosofía; Magister, magna cum laude, Universidad de Denver, Filosofía; Magister, magna cum laude, Universidad de Denver, Estudios Religiosos; Pregrado, magna cum laude, Wheaton College, Francés, Teoría y Métodos Educacionales. Correo electrónico: rachtill@gmail.com

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Cómo citar
Tillman, R. (2014). Género e interdisciplinariedad: el rol constitutivo del género en la generación del conocimiento. Temas Socio-Jurídicos, 33(66), 16-31. https://doi.org/10.29375/01208578.2000

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2014-06-01