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nerd nite NYC: Cyborg Feminism and the Future of Technology

Join me on Friday, October 13, 2017 for nerd nite NYC at Littlefield (635 Sackett St, Brooklyn, NY 11217). Doors and trivia at 7pm, talks start at 8:20pm, cover and other information at the link. 129 more words


Notes: Jessica Enoch, "Releasing Hold: Feminist Historiography Without the Tradition"

Enoch, Jessica. (2013). Releasing hold: Feminist historiography without the tradition. In Theorizing histories of rhetoric. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, p. 58-73.

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Here’s Looking at You, Kid: A Critical Evaluation of Laura Mulvey’s “Visual Pleasures and Narrative Cinema”

Introduction: Establishing the Gaze

In the short sequence from The Shawshank Redemption (1994, dir. Frank Darabont) where Andy meets Red during a screening of Gilda… 5,861 more words

Andrew Murray

Book Review--Sex/Gender: Biology in a Social World

From our earliest memories are told there are only genders, boys are certain way, girls are a certain way, and these differences can be explained with biology. 488 more words

Gender Identity


By Andrea Dworkin

This classic feminist theory tome published in 1987 explores sex, sexuality, and the constraints of patriarchy on authenticity and autonomy. Within the framework of patriarchy and male dominance, female sexuality is proscribed, defined, and on demand for male need and desire. 455 more words


Women's Equality Day Reads

Saturday is Women’s Equality Day, and we couldn’t be more glad for an occasion both to commemorate strides in women’s rights and to renew the call for further progress. 786 more words

In The News

Pulling the Weeds - by Suzanne Lenon, Kara Granzow & Emily Kirbyson

As non-Indigenous faculty and graduate student teaching in the disciplines of Sociology and Women & Gender Studies, we regularly include discussions of settler colonialism in our course material. 1,610 more words