The book is Ms. Digital Reader: Gender, Race & Class Read the introduction

The book is Ms. Digital Reader: Gender, Race & Class <Read the introduction to Chapter #5: Media (p.22-23) and the following linked articles on pages 24-25: The Women Who Steal the Show, Seeing Myself in Fresh off the Boat and Angry or Complicated: Misrecognizing Black Women. Be prepared to discuss the articles during our class… Continue reading The book is Ms. Digital Reader: Gender, Race & Class
Read the introduction

The book is Ms. Digital Reader: Gender, Race & Class Read the introduction

The book is Ms. Digital Reader: Gender, Race & Class <Read the introduction to Chapter #5: Media (p.22-23) and the following linked articles on pages 24-25: The Women Who Steal the Show, Seeing Myself in Fresh off the Boat and Angry or Complicated: Misrecognizing Black Women. Be prepared to discuss the articles during our class… Continue reading The book is Ms. Digital Reader: Gender, Race & Class
Read the introduction

Sex and gender have been theorized in a variety of ways. As we know, one way gen

Sex and gender have been theorized in a variety of ways. As we know, one way gender can be theorized is as a socially constructed set of rules and norms in society. Simone de Beauvoir’s infamous quote “one is not born, but becomes a woman” highlights this way of understanding gender (de Beauvoir 1952: 249).… Continue reading Sex and gender have been theorized in a variety of ways. As we know, one way gen

Sex and gender have been theorized in a variety of ways. As we know, one way gen

Sex and gender have been theorized in a variety of ways. As we know, one way gender can be theorized is as a socially constructed set of rules and norms in society. Simone de Beauvoir’s infamous quote “one is not born, but becomes a woman” highlights this way of understanding gender (de Beauvoir 1952: 249).… Continue reading Sex and gender have been theorized in a variety of ways. As we know, one way gen

The book is ms. digital reader: gender, race & class: read the introduction to chapter #5: media (p.22-23) and the following linked articles on pages 24-25: the women who steal the show, seeing myself in fresh off the boat and angry or complicated: misrecognizing black women written assignment: select one of the discussion questions on the bottom of page 23

the book is Ms. Digital Reader: Gender, Race & Class: Read the introduction to Chapter #5: Media (p.22-23) and the following linked articles on pages 24-25: The Women Who Steal the Show, Seeing Myself in Fresh off the Boat and Angry or Complicated: Misrecognizing Black Women Written assignment: Select one of the discussion questions on… Continue reading The book is ms. digital reader: gender, race & class: read the introduction to chapter #5: media (p.22-23) and the following linked articles on pages 24-25: the women who steal the show, seeing myself in fresh off the boat and angry or complicated: misrecognizing black women written assignment: select one of the discussion questions on the bottom of page 23

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PART 1: <Respond to the following prompts in 300+ words (total), with reference to the Module 2 texts: <Both “Ain’t I a Woman?” and “A Black Feminist Statement: The Combahee River Collective” make statements in response to exclusionary aspects of feminist activism in the 19th and 20th centuries respectively. <  <1. What are the similarities between Truth’s and… Continue reading <

<* after you’ve watched the talk, write an essay in which you analyze and respond to adichie’s “danger of a single story” talk.

Respond to the Essay Prompt. < <* The essay should be 500+ words in length. <* Provide in-text citations to course materials or other resources as needed. No Works Cited page is required for this exam. <PROMPT: <We started the semester watching Adichie’s “We Should All Be Feminists” talk. Let’s bookend the midterm by watching another Adichie talk: “Danger of a Single Story.”(https://www.ted.com/talks/chimamanda_ngozi_adichie_the_danger_of_a_single_story?language=en)You may review the transcript here. (https://www.ted.com/talks/chimamanda_ngozi_adichie_the_danger_of_a_single_story/transcript?language=en) <* After you’ve watched… Continue reading <* after you’ve watched the talk, write an essay in which you analyze and respond to adichie’s “danger of a single story” talk.

Written assignment: select one of the discussion questions on the bottom of page 15 and answer.

In the book Ms. Digital Reader: Gender, Race & Class: Read the introduction to Chapter #3: Violence Against Women & Girls (p.14-15) and the following linked articles on pages 16-17: No Such Thing As a ‘Child Prostitute’, Won’t Back Down, Blowing the Whistle on Campus Rape and listen to Who Killed Breonna Taylor. Written assignment:… Continue reading Written assignment: select one of the discussion questions on the bottom of page 15 and answer.

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PART 1: <Respond to the following prompts in 300+ words, with reference to the assigned Module 5 texts: <Systems of inequality with regard to gender, race, class, ability, sexuality, and so on, are founded on rules, customs, behaviors, and rewards. It is tempting to say that the individual is where all systems of inequality converge (e.g.… Continue reading <2.

Select one of the posted prompts or develop and respond to your own prompt.

Essays evaluate your engagement with the themes and texts of this course. Select ONE of the posted prompts OR develop and respond to your own prompt. If you choose to respond to your own prompt, you must include the prompt above your response. Your essay must be 1,000+ words. Your essay must offer and support… Continue reading Select one of the posted prompts or develop and respond to your own prompt.