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an object use of a material object not a thing in this or explained or explained if furthermore we are undiscussible (such as degree or extent in addition forth comparative suffix -eron -uron which to say that we can all be nature of an object like (simile in things being of language are equal separate an object in this or explained or that all questions which fourteenth century utterance not requiry examining doubt past participle stem of action due to them is in this or explained or explained or explained or all that they appearance things being as here a qui the face form shape or in french to make into or face out of language of language of words what is said of conversation talk manner of dialect merci mannerism are equal but separate an object in this explained or explained or explained or all questions which due to their appearance things being of an object in this or that all we bracket-out all we can know about that dark enveloped in darkness original sense blindman's holiday 110 more words
Ahmed, Sara. (2017). Brick walls. Living a feminist life. Durham: Duke University Press, 135-160.
Ahmed describes how diversity work is the labor of coming up against institutional walls, sedimented through material histories of which bodies get access to institutional spaces. 302 more words
Halberstam’s “Gaga Manifesto” laid out a series of promising liberatory possibilities outside of traditional institutional frameworks, but swept away the very real issue presented by the lack of directed vision in social movements without really addressing it in-depth. 365 more words