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WS 2300 -- Fertman: Introduction to Womens Studies

Readings by Week

  • Baumgardner, J., & Richards, A. (2000, November 15-21,). A Day Without Feminism. Independent Weekly. Read Here -- Jennifer Baumgardner web site
  • Kang, M., Lessard, D., Heston, L. & Nordmarken, S. (2017). Introduction to Women, Gender, Sexuality StudiesDownload Here. Pages 18-25, 114-133.
  • Mally, J. Why We Are Only Truly Feminist If We Are Also Antiracist. Read Here
  • Bartlett, T. (2017), The Intersectionality Wars!. Read Here
  • Collins, P. H. (1993). Toward a New Vision: Race, Class, and Gender as Categories of Analysis and Connection. Race, Sex & Class, 1(1), 25.  Read Here
  • Films Media Group. (2016). Tedtalks: Kimberlé Crenshaw: The Urgency of IntersectionalityFilms On DemandWatch Here
  • Kang, M., Lessard, D., Heston, L. & Nordmarken, S. (2017). Introduction to Women, Gender, Sexuality StudiesDownload HerePages 26-45.
  • McIntosh, P. (1990). White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack. Independent School, 49(2), 31. Read Here
  • Miller, J., & Bassett, N. (2020). Intersectionality in the LGBTQIA+ Community. Public Management (00333611), 102(10), 26-29. Read Here
  • Nash, J. C. (2008). Re-thinking Intersectionality. Feminist Review, 89(1), 1-15. Read Here
  • Baker, J. S., Hurula, M., Goodreau, A., & Johnson, B. (2018). Poetic Explorations of Cisgender Privilege: How Teacher Candidates Learn to Advocate for Gender Non-conforming Youth. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 15(3), 312-317. Read Here or Here
  • Craig, S. L., & McInroy, L. (2014). You Can Form a Part of Yourself Online: The Influence of New Media On Identity Development and Coming Out For LGBTQ Youth. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Mental Health, 18(1), 95-109.  Read Here
  • Kang, M., Lessard, D., Heston, L. & Nordmarken, S. (2017). Introduction to Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies. Download Here. Pages 48-55.
  • Keating, S. (2015). Coming Out as Gay in Elementary School. Read Here
  • Lorber, J. (1994). Paradoxes of Gender. New Haven: Yale University Press. Read Here. Read Part 1, Section 1.
  • Meoded-Danon, L., & Yanay, N. (2016). Intersexuality: On Secret Bodies and Secrecy. Studies in Gender & Sexuality, 17(1), 57-72. Read Here
  • West, C., & Zimmerman, D. H. (1987). Doing Gender. Gender & Society, 1(2), 125-151. Read Here
  • Friedman, J. (2020). Deadly Silence: What Happens When We Don't Believe Women. Read Here
  • Kang, M., Lessard, D., Heston, L. & Nordmarken, S. (2017). Introduction to Women, Gender, Sexuality StudiesDownload HerePages 82-86.
  • Lorber, J. (1994). Paradoxes of Gender. New Haven: Yale University Press. Read Here. Read Part 1, Section 3.
  • Roberts, D. (2015). Reproductive Justice, Not Just Rights. Dissent, 62(4), 79-82. Read Here
  • Clair, C. M. (2016, Mar 20). Why Women Still Get The Short End Of The Dollar: New Research Shows That As Women Enter Fields That Are Dominated By Men, Wages Fall. New York Times (1923-Current File) Read Here
  • Cunha, Darlena. "I Can Be a Stay-at-Home Mom and a Feminist." Women in Higher Education, vol. 24, no. 7, July 2015, p. 14+. Read Here.
  • Fulcher, M., Dinella, L. M., & Weisgram, E. S. (2015). Constructing a Feminist Reorganization of the Heterosexual Breadwinner/caregiver Family Model: College Students' Plans For Their Own Future Families. Sex Roles, 73(3-4), 174-186. Read Here
  • Goldstein, K. (2017, July 26,). Where Are the Mothers. Nieman Reports. Read Here
  • Hank, K., & Wetzel, M. (2018). Same-sex Relationship Experiences and Expectations Regarding Partnership and Parenthood. Demographic Research, 39(25), 701-718. Read Here
  • Kang, M., Lessard, D., Heston, L. & Nordmarken, S. (2017). Introduction to Women, Gender, Sexuality StudiesDownload Here. Pages 74-77, 98-104.
  • O'Neill, T. (2016). What Does the Minimum Wage Have to Do with Reproductive Rights? Akron Law Review, 49(2), 319-327. Read Here
  • Voosen, Paul. "The Subtle Ways Gender Gaps Persist in Science." The Chronicle of Higher Education, vol. 62, no. 26, 11 Mar. 2016, p. A12.  Read Here

 

  • Crenshaw, K. W. (2019). We Still Have Not Learned from Anita Hill's Testimony. UCLA Women's Law Journal, 26(1), 17-20. Read Here
  • Hirsch, J. S., & Khan, S. (2020). Researchers Found What Consent Looks Like Isn't Always Straightforward on College Campuses. Read Here
  • Kang, M., Lessard, D., Heston, L. & Nordmarken, S. (2017). Introduction to Women, Gender, Sexuality StudiesDownload Here. Pages 91-93.
  • Muehlenhard, C. L., Humphreys, T. P., Jozkowski, K. N., & Peterson, Z. D. (2016). The Complexities of Sexual Consent Among College Students: A Conceptual and Empirical Review. Journal of Sex Research, 53(4), 457-487. Read Here
  • Murib, Z. (2020). Backlash, Intersectionality, and Trumpism. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture & Society, 45(2), 295. Read Here or Here
  • Gill, N. (2018). Why Tinkerbell Quit Anger Management. Spirituality & Health Magazine, (5), 16. Read Here
  • Seidman, R. F. (2019). Speaking of Feminism : Today's Activists on the Past, Present, and Future of the U.S. Women's Movement The University of North Carolina Press. Read Here
  • Soave, R. (2019). Intersectionality 101. Reason, 51(3), 57. Read Here

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