GWSS 3102W Reading Schedule_Spring 2016

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GWSS 3102W: Feminist Thought and Theory Reading Schedule Spring 2016 Note: This reading schedule is subject to change. All readings must be completed by the day on which they are assigned for discussion. Readings and media designated with an asterisk (*) will be read/viewed in class and are not required as homework. Unit 1: Subverting the Ruses of Power: The Project of Feminist Theory Week One: January 25th Topic 1.1- Defining Feminist Theory, On the Question of Value, Voice, and Representation bell hooks. “Feminism: A Transformational Politic” Maria Lugones and Elizabeth Spelman. “Have We Got a Theory for You: Feminism, Cultural Imperialism and the Demand for ‘The Woman’s Voice.’” Unit 2: Routes, Detours, and Roadmaps to Justice: Nodes of Feminist Intellection Week Two: February 1 st Topic 2.1- Liberal Feminisms, Siting (In)Equality Marilyn Friedman. “Autonomy, Social Disruption, and Women” Susan Okin. “Vulnerability by Marriage” Martha Nussbaum. “Feminism, Internationalism, Liberalism” *NOW Statement of Purpose Week Three: February 8th Topic 2.2- Radical Feminisms and the Question of Woman Adrienne Rich. “Compulsory Heterosexuality and Lesbian Existence” Catherine MacKinnon. “Difference and Dominance” Denise Thompson. “Differences Between Women” *Radicalesbian Feminists . “The Woman Identified Woman” Week Four: February 15th Topic 2.3- Materialist Feminisms and the Question of Capitalism
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