Welcome to the course Feminist Perspectives of Caring Relations and Family Policies
SOCB42, 10 credits
Course period: 17 January – 5 June 2022
This course is part of the virtual programme exchange, Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion.
In this welcome letter you will find information about how to log in to your learning platform Canvas, where to find course literature and course registration.
Mandatory introductory meeting
The course starts 9 February 2022. You will be invited to a Zoom meeting by your teacher via a link communicated in the learning platform Canvas. Here is a link to a Canvas page about Zoom and how this tool works.
Please note that the introduction, lectures and seminars will start at the exact time that is stated in the schedule (i.e. so called Academic quarter will not be practiced).
Before the course starts you are welcome to an online kick-off event and the opening of this new programme! The kickoff takes place by the end of January (date, time and links will be sent a week before the event).
You will also be invited to a campus meeting. This meeting will only include students from Lund. The teachers will get back to you about information on this event in January.
Schedule, course literature, learning platform and more
Teaching is conducted through a number of online lectures, seminars and exercises in groups and individually.
The schedule will be found in Canvas. You will get access to the course in Canvas once the teacher has published the course.
Please find links to course literature, syllabus and login page to our learning platform Canvas on the page for literature and syllabi.
The administration will register you for the course in good time before course start, i.e. you don't have to do any self-registration on this course.
Sociology & Education
Department of Sociology
Box 114, 221 00 Lund
Tel: +46 46 222 88 44
Email: info [at] soc [dot] lu [dot] se
Tel: +46 46 222 68 92
Email: studievagledare [at] soc [dot] lu [dot] se
Åsa Lundqvist, asa [dot] lundqvist [at] soc [dot] lu [dot] se
Welcome to the course and to the Department of Sociology!