‘How’ does gender mean? Proposals and gender connections in the electoral manifestos of Vox and CUP (2012-2021).
Next September 6th, 2021 (4pm-6pm), will take place the seminar “‘How’ does gender mean? Proposals and gender connections in the electoral manifestos of Vox and CUP (2012-2021)” by Alexandre Pichel-Vázquez (member of MEDUSA and predoctoral researcher at the UOC).
The seminar explores and reconstructs the discursive and affective paths used by the Spanish far-right (Vox) and the Catalan pro-independence left (CUP) to define their sexual and gender politics in their electoral manifestos. Through textual network analysis and discourse analysis, the meanings of gender discourses and their potential affective connections will be traced in the manifestos.
The results presented in this seminar are based on the research work carried out for Alexandre Pichel-Vázquez’s doctoral thesis project entitled Political Bodies: Gender and Emotions in Spanish Politics. The doctoral thesis, directed by Dr Begonya Enguix Grau, focuses on the assemblage among gender, bodies, and affects in the Spanish far-right and the Catalan pro-independence left and is funded by the University Teacher Training Program (Ref. FPU19/04981, Nov 2020-Oct 2023) of the Ministry of Universities of the Government of Spain.
Link for the session: https://meet.google.com/ivw-pheo-uwf
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