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Intake October 2016 - Semester 2

Master of Gender Studies (by research)

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Master of Gender, Society and Culture 

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19 Dec 2016 

Public Lecture - 23 November 2016

The Department of Gender Studies will be hosting a public lecture entitled “THE LONG VOYAGE HOME: EUGENE O’NEILL AND IRELAND"

Speaker: Dr Richard Hayes - Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland   

Venue: LT1 Erin Serracino Inglott Hall, University of Malta  

Date: Wednesday 23 November 2016

Time: 16:30 till 18:00

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About the Speaker: DR RICHARD HAYES is Head of the School of Humanities at Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland. He is the principal investigator of the “Performing the Region” theatre project examining theatre produced in the south-east of Ireland. Part of this study involves a consideration of the work of Eugene O’Neill whose ancestors came from this region. Dr Hayes has published extensively and spoken publically in Ireland and abroad on American theatre, Irish theatre and poetry, as well as on Irish higher education policy.

29 Nov 2016 

European Migration Network Annual Conference

The Department of Gender Studies , in collaboration with the Malta National Contact Point of the European Migration Network within the Ministry for Home Affairs and National Security, is holding the 9th Annual Conference on Tuesday 15 November 2016.

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08 Nov 2016 

Public Lecture 1 November 2016

The Department of Gender Studies will be hosting a public lecture entitled “Remixing the US Military: Gaga, Beyoncé, YouTube and the Deployment of Soft Power in the War on Terror”

Speaker: Prof. Maria Pramaggiore – Maynooth University, Ireland 

Venue: Dar Guzeppi Zahra room DGZ 101, University of Malta 

Date: Tuesday 1 November 2016

Time: 16:00 till 18:00

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About the Speaker: Prof. Maria Pramaggiore is professor and head of Media Studies at Maynooth University in Kildare, Ireland. She has authored or edited five books and published widely on Irish film and on gender and sexuality in film and television, including several recent articles on the Netflix series Orange is the New Black. Her most recent book is Making Time in Stanley Kubrick’s Barry Lyndon: Art, History and Empire (Bloomsbury 2014) and she is currently co-editing a collection on the voice in documentary film.


27 Oct 2016 

Departmental Meeting for Freshers

The first lecture for the Master of Gender Studies (Research) and for the Master of Gender, Society and Culture (Taught) will be held on Thursday 6th October in Dun Mikiel Xerri Lecture Centre (LC216) from 16:00 to 18:00.

The session will consist of:
  • Introductions to Faculty and each other
  • Library Tour
  • Introduction to the Masters Programmes - content, expectations and Deadlines

We encourage you to attend. 



29 Sep 2016 

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Amendments to eligibility criteria

Master of Gender, Society and Culture

Updated timetable Sem 2 2017 - 2018

Updated 16 March 2018

Optional Study-units 2017/8
Sem 1 & Sem2 Timetables

Film Screening ''The Help"
The US Embassy in collaboration with The Department of Gender Studies and The Cottonera Resource Centre.

Public Lecture 28 February 2018
Dr Rachael Scicluna

Public Discussion 2 March 2018
''Women in Politics Women in the Media'' 

Public Lecture 13 February 2018
Prof Debbie Epstein

Final examination Timetable
Academic Year 2017-18 Semester 1

Master of Gender Society and Culture Semester 1
Provisional Timetable - Sem 1 2017/2018 

Updated 4 January 2018

Discover: The Department of Gender Studies
Gender Issues are relevant to all of society, and all areas of academia.  The University of Malta recognised this in the setting up of the Faculty for Social Wellbeing (July 2012), clearly indicating that a Department of Gender Studies would form part of this Faculty. The Department was eventually established by Council in November 2013.

Bachelor in Social Wellbeing Studies (Honours)
The concept behind this degree is that students are free to “design” their own undergraduate programme by registering for a number of elective study-units (timetable permitting) on offer by the various departments within the Faculty for Social Wellbeing. These would be study-units which they consider most suitable for their academic interest and career plans alongside a number of compulsory core units.

Last Updated: 21 October 2014

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