It amplifies efforts to comprehend and affirmatively redefine the concepts of difference. It also reflects on the concepts of the body and meaning-making practices, which are discussed from the perspective of feminist theory, feminist philosophy, philosophy and neuroscience. Furthermore, it addresses human-technology (ICTs) interactions and the ontological, epistemological and ethical implications of ICTs. It also focuses on problematizing and complexifying generic competences, which students are expected to achieve, and the role affect plays in teaching and learning.
By doing the aforementioned in the context of feminist on- and offline pedagogy, this interdisciplinary research area promotes development of critically-creative forms of teaching and learning in on- and offline education.