186 259 BB Laura Snapes From Blurred Lines to New Rules How Sex in Pop Has

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186-259) (BB) Laura Snapes, “From Blurred Lines to New Rules: How Sex in Pop Has Changed Forever” (BB) Katie Yoder, “Feminist Attacks on Taylor Swift Reveal Something Very Ugly About the Movement” (BB) Sinead O’Connor’s Open Letter to Miley Cyrus, Guardian (3 October 2013) (BB) Tracy Clark-Flory, “Feminists Can Twerk Too: What Annie Lennox Misunderstands About Beyonce” (BB) Janell Hobson, “Lemonade: Beyonce’s Redemption Song” (BB) Amanda Marcotte, “Beyonce is Our Indigo Girl: The Halcyon ‘90s and Feminism’s Resurgence in Pop Music” (BB) Janell Hobson, “Representational Politics” Erin Vanderhoof, “Beyonce with the Good Art” (BB) Roxane Gay, “Beyonce’s Control of Her Own Image Belies the ‘Slave’ Critique”, Guardian (12 May 2014) (BB) - slave-terrrorist Barbara Ellen, “Beyonce: The Superstar Who Brought Black Power to the Super Bowl” (BB) Andi Zeisler, “Our Beyonces, Ourselves: Celebrity Feminism” Daphne Brooks, “How #BlackLivesMatter Started a Musical Revolution” (BB) Amy Lam, “Nicki Minaj’s Unapologetic Sexuality is Not a Crisis” (BB) Vanessa Grigoriadis, “Growing Up Gaga” (BB) J. Halberstam, “Lady Gaga Embodies a New Model of Feminism” (BB) Marisa Meltzer, “Ladies First”, Girl Power: The Nineties Revolution in Music (BB) Gwendolyn Pough, “Love Feminism But Where’s My Hip Hop?” (BB) Beatrice Martin, “I Can No Longer Be Scared of What People Think” (BB) Yasmeen Gharnit, “Christine and the Queens Is Challenging Gender Norms in Every Possible Way” (BB) Ryan Carey-Mahoney, “How LGBTQ Musicians Like Frank Ocean and Troye Sivan Are Owning Their Queerness in Pop Music” (BB) Elaine Kim, “‘Bad Women’: Asian American Visual Artists Hanh Thi Pham, Hung Liu, and Yong Soon Min”, in Making More Waves (BB) Susan McClary, “Live to Tell”, Feminine Endings (BB) Douglas Kellner, “Madonna, Fashion, & Identity” Ann Cvetkovich, “Fierce Pussies and Lesbian Avengers: Dyke Activism Meets Celebrity Culture”, in Bronfen, etc., eds., Feminist Consequences : Theory for the New Century (BB) Luz Calvo, “Art Comes for the Archbishop: The Semiotics of Contemporary Chicana Feminism and the Work of Alma Lopez”, Meridians: feminism, race, transnationalism 5:1 (2004) (BB) 15
Shugart and Waggoner, “A Bit Much: Spectacle as Discursive Resistance” (BB) Hazel Carby, “’It Just Be’s Dat Way Sometime’: The Sexual Politics of Women’s Blues”, in DuBois, Unequal Sisters (BB) Martin Manalansan, “Disorienting the Body: Locating Symbolic Resistance Among Filipino Gay Men” Lisa Nakamura, “Race In/ For Cyberspace: Identity Tourism and Racial Passing on the Internet” NATIONS & TRANSNATIONAL FEMINIST PRAXIS WEEK 12 M 11/5: SEXING THE NATION: Nationalism/ Sexuality/Citizenship: From “Docile Patriots” to “Diva Citizenship” **Critical Response Paper #2 Due on the film “Lila dit ca” & 2 of the following essays: Hollibaugh, Ticktin, Silverman, Cornell, Butler, hooks, Lorde, Mulvey ** **In-Class Film Clip: MESA 2017: Thinking Palestine Intersectionally; Judith Butler, Sherene

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