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Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?by Linda NochlinReading Response 1913T 11/19Gender and ViolenceThe Gender of Violenceby KimmelReading Response 20R 11/21Two Student Presentationsn/a14T 11/26Two Student Presentationsn/aR 11/28NO CLASS – THANKSGIVING BREAK15T 12/3Two Student Presentationsn/aR 12/5Two Student Presentationsn/aResearch Papers 16FinalsWeekTBDFINAL EXAMn/aCOURSE REFERENCESand SUPPLEMENTAL RESOURCESAnderson, E. (2005). In the game: Gay athletes and the cult of masculinity.Albany, NY: SUNY.Barker, D. K., & Feiner, S. F. (2004). Liberating economics: Feminist perspectives on families, work, and globalization. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.Bogle, D. (1973). Toms, coons, mulattoes, mammies, and bucks: An interpretive history of blacks in American films.New York: Continuum.GNST 125 Page 10 of 12Introduction to Gender StudiesFall 2013 Syllabus
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