For my Introduction to Queer Studies class yesterday students read a variety of articles on the theme of White gay/queer men and how they are both privileged and oppressed (and these, of course, vary according to the relevant intersectionality). 505 more words
I’ve been absent and dealing with
and the end is in sight
Today in my voting theory class I gave students space to be, just be, given how we’ve spent the semester having hard conversations about political philosophy and given how we all had some pretty strong opinions in the wake of this past Monday’s debate. 132 more words
To privileged students from a privileged student.
We are all in the same boat. We are all trying to better ourselves through tertiary education. For some of us, it means we are come from a long line of graduates, for others it means we are the first to be getting a tertiary education. 797 more words
Rachel Joy Larris and Rosalie Maggio attempt to explain sexism in political media coverage in their article “Name It. Change It.” They offer a feminist critique of current media surrounding women in politics, and discuss the harm it can do to their campaigns and the ways to fight against it. 601 more words