Notes from caws, the poetics of the manifesto: nowness and newness
What is the genre of the manifesto?
What is its temporality?
How is the genre deictic?
How does the manifesto create meaning?
Module 4: Midterm Assignment
1) On p.169 of his article From Homophobia and Heterosexism to Heteronormativity,
Gust Yep articulates the effects of what he calls soul murder and internalized
homophobia. Compare and contrast Yeps description of
Module 3 Reading Questions
1) In her article "Heterosexuality, Power, and Pleasure", Stevi Jackson argues that sexual
practice might have less of an impact on women's liberation than it is sometimes presumed
to have. At the same time, she con
Module 5 Reading Questions
1) In her article, Gayatri Gopinath cites scholar Martin F. Manalansan, who argues that
"gay gains meaning according to a developmental narrative that begins with an
unliberated, 'prepolitical' homosexual practice a
Module 2 Reading Questions
1) In his text "We Other Victorians", Michel Foucault claims that the ideas of confession
and public disclosure still govern much of our approach to the discussion of sexuality.
Grounding your answer in the text, ex
Module 1: Reading Questions
I imagine that this individual would feel rather unvalued by their family. The room with
the separate beds is a visual manifestation of the parents opinion that they do not constitute a
legitimate family u