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    L-O-fuking-L at higher education "mobility of women and queer people.." LIBERALS...

    Ruining education for decades. This is why we need to END the Dept of Education and federal student loan system.


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    fckin liberals
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    I can't imagine that the study was that liberally biased if it referred to the subjects as "queers". I am wondering OP, do you think research is liberal because it assumes an intent to move towards progress or is it liberal because you are stupid and uneducated yourself?
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    023. Lesbian Personae

    A study of the varied representations of same-sex desire between women across a range of twentieth-century novels and films. Concerned with questions of the visibility, and invisibility, of lesbian life; of the contours of lesbian childhood and adolescence; of the forms of difference between and among lesbians; and of the tensions, as well as the affinities, that mark relations between queer women and queer men. Authors may include Nella Larsen, Willa Cather, Carson McCullers, Ann Bannon, and others.

    206. Gender and Islam

    Explores categories for interpreting female symbolism in Islamic thought and practice, and women’s religious, legal, and political status in Islam. Attention is given to statements about women in the Qur’an, as well as other traditional and current Islamic texts. Emphasis on analysis of gender in public versus private spheres, individual vs. society, Islamization vs. modernization/Westernization, and the placement/displacement of women in the traditionally male-dominated Islamic power structures. Students may find it helpful to have taken Religion 208, but it is not a prerequisite.


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    Originally Posted by DontDisturb View Post
    I can't imagine that the study was that liberally biased if it referred to the subjects as "queers". I am wondering OP, do you think research is liberal because it assumes an intent to move towards progress or is it liberal because you are stupid and uneducated yourself?
    Lol, typical liberalspeak. Stuff a bunch of words together that basically mean nothing. You could've just saved us all the time and called me a dummie-head. And also lol at you showing your own ignorance of how the word "queer" is used. You know nothing, liberal scum.
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    tfw when we know the experiences of burlesque performers but still die of aging.
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    I really hope North Korea can hit San Francisco with some nukes and get rid of the stupid liberal hipsters (semi-srs).
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    RELG 032. Queering God: Feminist and Queer Theology

    The God of the Bible and later Jewish and Christian literature is distinctively masculine, definitely male. Or is He? If we can point out places in traditional writings where God is nurturing, forgiving, and loving, does that mean that God is feminine, or female? This course examines feminist and queer writings about God, explores the tensions between feminist and queer theology, and seeks to stretch the limits of gendering-and sexing-the divine. Key themes include: gender; embodiment; masculinity; liberation; sexuality; feminist and queer theory.
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    RUSS 047. Russian Fairy Tales

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    Folk beliefs are a colorful and enduring part of Russian culture. This course introduces a wide selection of Russian fairy tales in their aesthetic, historical, social, and psychological context. We will trace the continuing influence of fairy tales and folk beliefs in literature, music, visual arts, and film. The course also provides a general introduction to study and interpretation of folklore and fairy tales, approaching Russian tales against the background of the Western fairy-tale tradition (the Grimms, Perrault, Disney, etc.). No fluency in Russian is required, though students with adequate language preparation may do some reading, or a course attachment, in the original.
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    WGSS 383 Fall 2013 Whiteness and Race in the History of the United States (D)

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    If race is socially and historically constructed, then the study of race relations in the U.S. extends to the topic of whiteness. And if we are never without the past, then "whiteness" must be a part of current discussions about politics, citizenship, and social issues. Focusing on how historians have written about whiteness in American history, this course uses the prism of race to explore social, political, and economic development in U.S. history. The class follows the development of "whiteness" through a chronology that begins in colonial Virginia, travels through immigration in the nineteenth century, examines racial politics and popular culture in the twentieth century, and ends with a look at the current election season. This course is framed by several questions: What is whiteness, and what has it meant in the history of the United States? Who is (and is not) white? What about other analytical categories, like gender and class (or region or ethnicity or sexuality): how have these experiences shaped and been shaped by the racial category of whiteness? Because historically whiteness has carried overtones of power, privilege, and wealth in the United States, the course necessarily critiques the roots of racial disparities. This class is not for the faint-hearted. Informed participation is necessary to its success. The course fulfills the requirements for the Exploring Diversity Initiative because it examines the differences and similarities between white Americans and other American cultures, and because it explores whiteness as a prism for understanding the operations of power and privilege in American society.


    WGSS 213 Fall 2013 Race, Gender, and the Alien Body: Octavia Butler's Science Fiction (W)

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    Science fiction is a genre well known for its ability to envision new realities, and Octavia E. Butler (1947-2006) is among the most highly regarded science fiction writers. Butler's uncanny ability to imagine the future anew and to merge those ruminations with her experiences as an African American woman provide powerful commentary on -- and often disrupt -- modern understandings of race, gender, and human embodiment. We will explore questions such as: What role does `gender' play in Butler's fiction? How does Butler's treatment of the `alien' cause us to reconsider what it means to be human? How does Butler incorporate `race' and the concept of `other' into her fiction, and how do these techniques help us situate contemporary discussions of a post-race society? We will examine the relationship between Butler's visions for the future and what her narratives of future worlds invariably suggest about the present. We will read key texts including the best-selling text Kindred (1979), the haunting dystopian novel Parable of the Sower (1994), the popular vampire text Fledgling (2005), and the collection Bloodchild and Other Stories (1996). We will also explore contemporary engagement with Butler's work including the relationship between the main character from her book Dawn (1987), and Henrietta Lacks, the African American woman from whom the immortal cell line (HeLa) used for medical research derives. This tutorial will engage Octavia Butler's work broadly, and with particular attention to how the concepts `race,' `gender', `alien' and `body' are interrogated in her writings.


    WGSS 449 Fall 2013 Poses & gestures in 17th-century European art

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    Art of the 1600s represents a highpoint in artists' ability and interest in conveying "the passions of the soul" through the actions of the body. The range of feelings represented had never been broader than at this time. In the seminar we will distinguish unusual from conventional poses (e.g, melancholy, wonder, musing),track how long the conventional poses had been in use, and differentiate poses and gestures that had unisex use from those that remained gender-specific or preferred. We will also examine which poses, if any, individual artists (e.g., Caravaggio, Artimesia Gentileschi, Rubens, Rembrandt, Leyster, Bernini, and Poussin) favored.

    You can get a whole degree in this **** at Williams so umm... have at it.

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    That is why you don't major in a social science OP. If you do then you are f*cked because a social science education is basically feminist brainwashing.
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    Originally Posted by whatbrah View Post
    That is why you don't major in a social science OP. If you do then you are f*cked because a social science education is basically feminist brainwashing.
    I have no choice but to agree with you there!

    Even the pre-reqs for normal degrees are full of useless crap. I don't care if someone wants to spend his own money on it, but don't make me bail him out later. Cuz it's coming.
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