Title / Author Type Language Date / Edition Publication; 1. Women's voices, feminist visions: classic and contemporary readings: 1. World Views - Classic and Contemporary Readings by, 2000, Pearson Custom Publishing edition, Paperback in English.
Bookmark Author Subjects; Summary Contents • Machine derived contents note: Indicates a New Reading • Chapter 1. Women’S Studies: Perspectives And Practices • What Is Women’s Studies? • How Did Women’s Studies Come About? • Box: Historical Moment: The First Women's Studies Department • Box: The World's Women: Education • Box: Educational Attainment of the Population 25 Years and Over by Sex and Age: 2003 • Activist Profile: Susan B. Anthony • What Were the Origins of Women's Rights Activism in the United States? • Learning Activity: The National Women’s Hall of Fame • What Is the Status of Women’s Studies on College Campuses Today? • What Does Women’s Studies Have to Do with Feminism?
• Box: Thank a Feminist • Ideas of Activism: Two-Minute Activist • What Are the Myths Associated with Feminism? • Learning Activity: The Dinner Party • Box: Yes, I Am • Box: US Suffrage Movement Timeline • 1.
Adrienne Rich, Claiming an Education • 2. Jennifer Baumgardner and Amy Richards, A Day without Feminism • 3. Rosalyn Baxandall and Linda Gordon, Dear Sisters • 4. Bell hooks, Feminist Politics: Where We Stand • 5. Rebecca Walker, We Are Using This Power to Resist • 6. Freedman, The Global Stage and the Politics of Location • 7. Rhode, Denials of Inequality • 8.
Anna Quindlen, Still Needing the F Word • Chapter 2. Systems Of Privilege And Inequality In Women’S Lives • Difference, Hierarchy, and Systems of Oppression • Learning Activity: Unpack Your Knapsack • Learning Activity: Test for Hidden Bias • Institutions • Box: Challenging Your Assumptions • Learning Activity: Combating Hate • Learning Activity: Women in Science and Engineering • Box: Historical Moment: Women of Color Feminism • Box: Stark Intersections: Gender, Race, Class, and HIV/AIDS • Ideology and Language • Activist Profile: Fannie Lou Hammer • Ideas for Activism • Box: Challenging the Pseudogeneric 'Man' • 9. Patricia Hill Collins, Toward a New Vision: Race, Class, and Gender as Categories of Analysis and Connection • 10. Marilyn Frye, Oppression • 11. Lois Keith, Tomorrow I’m Going to Rewrite the English Language • 12.
Suzanne Pharr, Homophobia: A Weapon of Sexism • 13. Peggy McIntosh, White Privilege and Male Privilege • 14. Gloria Yamato, Something About the Subject Makes It Hard to Name • 15. Donna Langston, Tired of Playing Monopoly? Baba Copper, Voices: On Becoming Old Women • 17.
Susan Wendell, The Social Construction of Disability • 18. June Jordan, Report from the Bahamas • Chapter 3. Learning Gender In A Diverse Society • Biology and Culture • Learning Activity: Tomboys and Sissies • Learning Activity: Speaking of Women and Men • Box: Historical Moment: Gender Testing • Masculinity • Box: Rites of Passage • Learning Activity: Performing Gender in the Movies • Femininity • Activist Profile: Gloria Steinem • Learning Activity: Gender Swapping on the Web • Learning Activity: Walk Like a Man, Sit Like a Lady • Gender Ranking • 19. Anne Fausto-Sterling, Two Sexes Are Not Enough • 20. Judith Lorber, The Social Construction of Gender • 21. Mariah Burton Nelson, Boys Will Be Boys and Girls Will Not • 22. Nellie Wong, When I Was Growing Up • 23.
Judy Wajcman, Virtual Gender • 24. Eve Greenaway, Trans on Campus • 25. Connell, Masculinities and Globalization • Chapter 4. Sex, Power, And Intimacy • The Social Construction of Sexuality • Box: Rainbow Trivia • Box: World Report 2002: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Rights • The Politics of Sexuality • Activist Profile: Emma Goldman • Learning Activity: As the World Turns • Learning Activity: Heteronormativity: It’s Everywhere • Intimacies • Learning Activity: It’s in the Cards • Learning Activity: Cybersex • Box: Historical Moment: The Faked Organism • 26. Farida Khanam Free Mp3 Download. Comment Installer Emulateur 3Ds.