A few days ago I opened my university email to find a shocking notification, like a “reality check” kind of shock, I had received my teaching assistant assignment for the upcoming school year! 797 more words
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Feminist science studies scholar Donna Haraway writes: “By the late twentieth century, our time, a mythic time, we are all chimeras, theorized and fabricated hybrids of machine and organism; in short, we are all cyborgs.” Haraway goes on to argue in her canonical essay, “A Manifesto For Cyborgs,” that to be a cyborg means to live in a world without tidy origin stories or innocent wholeness. 207 more words
When I first heard about the new Ghostbusters, I was bursting with anticipation. But when the trailers started coming I quickly tuned out. Like a child who has peeked at their Christmas presents before the big day, I needed to hold the excitement in. 1,034 more words
After reading through The Book of Negroes by Lawrence Hill, I have realized that analyzing the novel from a reader’s response, archetypal, and feminist literary perspective, I believe that the feminist literary theory has given me the most insight into my text. 475 more words