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Introduction to Women and Gender Studies

Lecture 11.doc

thWGS272Thursday March 29 2012Lecture 11Homonormativity and HomonationalismThe Homonormative Lisa DugganA politics that does not contest dominant heteronormative assumptions and institutions but upholds and sustains themPr...

Women and Gender Studies
WGS160Y1
Dina Georgis
Lecture 7.doc

stWGS272Thursday March 1 2012Lecture 7Feminine MasqueradeAnd the ButchFemme AestheticWomanliness as MasqueradeJoan Rivire1929 Main argument women who wish for masculinity may put on a mask of womanliness to avert anxiety a...

Women and Gender Studies
WGS160Y1
Dina Georgis
WSG272 Lecture #7

Paper pushed back a week 030112WSG272 Lecture 7 Feminine Masquerade and the ButchFemme Aesthetic PassingThink about queerness as desire Think about race gender identity and how they intersectWomanliness as Masquerade Joan ...

Women and Gender Studies
WGS160Y1
Dina Georgis
WSG272 Lecture #8

030812WSG272 Lecture 8 Fun Home Queer Traumas and TragediesTraumaTrauma is a difficult experience that you cant anticipate are not prepared foro Fathers deathsuicide It takes time to digest or make sense of a traumatic exp...

Women and Gender Studies
WGS160Y1
Dina Georgis
Lecture 6.doc

thWGS272Thursday February 16 2012Lecture 6PASSINGRacial Masquerade and Queer DesiresHarlem Renaissance Larson was of mixed race Larsen wrote Passing during the Harlem renaissance of the 1920s and 30sIt was a cultural movem...

Women and Gender Studies
WGS160Y1
Dina Georgis
Lecture 3.doc

thWGS272Thursday January 26 2012Lecture 3Queer OriginsFreuds TeachingsHow did we understand sexuality before FreudBiology science illnessoThis is what determined what sexuality constituted before the time of FreudStudies f...

Women and Gender Studies
WGS160Y1
Dina Georgis
WGS272 Lecture #6

021612 WGS272 Lecture 6 The PassingHerlem RenaissanceLarsen wrote Passing during the Harlem renaissance of the 1920s and 30sIt was a cultural movement of cultural expression theatre literature music jazzIt rejected the ste...

Women and Gender Studies
WGS160Y1
Dina Georgis
WGS272 Lecture #5

020912 WGS272 Lecture 5 Queer performance imitation and shame The limits of namingFor Butler identity categories tend to be instruments of regulatory regimes even if they are rallying points for libratory regimes We recall...

Women and Gender Studies
WGS160Y1
Dina Georgis
WGS272 Lecture #3

TA Diane 012611WGS272 Lecture 3 Queer Origins Freuds teachings How did we understand sexuality before FreudBiology science illnessStudies for instance were conducted to see if theres a relationship between size of the fema...

Women and Gender Studies
WGS160Y1
Dina Georgis
WGS272 Lecture #4

020212WGS272 Lecture 4What is Epistemology What is knowledgeHow is knowledge acquired How do we know what we know o Freud and Foucault each offer us an epistemology different perspectiveso For Foucault knowledge is histori...

Women and Gender Studies
WGS160Y1
Dina Georgis
WGS272 Lecture #2

011912WGS272 Lecture 2 Stonewall Historical Context of Queer and Contemporary ChallengesContext of Stonewall Riots Civil right movements in the 1960sBlack powerWomens movement Antiwar activism Many gay activists involved i...

Women and Gender Studies
WGS160Y1
Dina Georgis

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