Unit I: An Introduction to Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies: Grounding Theoretical Frameworks and Concepts

References: Unit I

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Farinas, Caley and Creigh Farinas. 2015. 5 Reasons Why We Police Disabled People’s Language (And Why We Need to Stop)” Everyday Feminism Magazinehttp://everydayfeminism.com/2015/07/policing-disabled-peoples-identity/. Accessed 15 May, 2017.

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Greenberg, J. 2002. “Definitional Dilemmas: Male or Female? Black or White? The Law’s Failure, to Recognize Intersexuals and Multiracials.” Pp.102-126 in Gender Nonconformity, Race and Sexuality: Charting the Connections, edited by T. Lester. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.

Grewal, Inderpal and Caren Kaplan. 2001. “Global Identities: Theorizing Transnational Studies of Sexuality,” GLQ 7(4): 663-679.

Hesse-Biber, S.N. and D. Leckenby. 2004. “How Feminists Practice Social Research.” Pp. 209-226 in Feminist Perspectives on Social Research. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Hill Collins, Patricia. 2005. Black Sexual Politics: African-Americans, Gender, and the New Racism. New York: Routledge.

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Katz, J. N. 1995. The Invention of Heterosexuality. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

Klesse, Christian. 2006. “Polyamory and its ‘others’: Contesting the terms of non- monogamy.” Sexualities9(5): 565-583.

Liebowitz, Cara. 2015. “I am Disabled: On Identity-First Versus People-First Language.” The Body is Not an Apology. https://thebodyisnotanapology.com/magazine/i-am-disabled-on-identity-first-versus-people-first-language/. Accessed 15 May, 2017.

Logsdon, Ann. 2016. “Use Person First Language to Describe People With Disabilities.” Very Well. https://www.verywell.com/focus-on-the-person-first-is-good-etiquette-2161897. Accessed 15 May, 2017.

Mohanty, Chandra. 2003. “’Under Western Eyes’ Revisited: Feminist Solidarity Through Anticapitalist Struggles,” Signs 28(2): 499-535.

Morgan, Robin. 1996. “Introduction – Planetary Feminism: The Politics of the 21st Century.” Pp. 1-37 in Sisterhood is Global: The International Women’s Movement Anthology, edited by Morgan. New York: The Feminist Press at CUNY.

Omi, Michael and Howard Winant. 1986. Racial Formation in the United States: From the 1960s to the 1990s. Psychology Press.

Puar, Jasbir K. 2012. “’I would rather be a cyborg than a goddess’: Becoming-Intersectional in Assemblage Theory.” PhiloSOPHIA2(1): 49-66.

Ramirez, Tanisha Love and Zeba Blay. 2017. “Why People Are Using the Term ‘Latinx.’” The Huffington Post. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/why-people-are-using-the-term-latinx_us_57753328e4b0cc0fa136a159. Accessed 15 May, 2017.

Revilla, Anita Tijerina. 2004. “Muxerista Pedagogy: Raza Womyn Teaching Social Justice Through Student Activism.” The High School Journal, 87(4): 87-88.

Roxie, Marilyn. 2011. “Genderqueer and Nonbinary Identities.” http://genderqueerid.com/gqhistory. Accessed 15 May, 2017.

Safire, William. 1988. “On Language; People of Color.” The New York Times Magazine. http://www.nytimes.com/1988/11/20/magazine/on-language-people-of-color.html. Accessed 15 May, 2017.

Shakespeare, Tom. 2006. “The Social Model of Disability.” In The Disability Studies Reader, ed. Lennard Davis (New York: Routledge, 2d ed.), 197–204.

Silver, Marc. 2015. “If You Shouldn’t Call It The Third World, What Should You Call It?” Goats and Soda, New England Public Radio. http://www.npr.org/sections/goatsandsoda/2015/01/04/372684438/if-you-shouldnt-call-it-the-third-world-what-should-you-call-it. Accessed 15 May, 2017.

Smith, Dorothy. 1993. “The Standard North American Family: SNAF as an Ideological Code.” Journal of Family Issues 14 (1): 50-65.

Subramaniam, Banu. 2014. Ghost Stories for Darwin: The Science of Variation and the Politics of Diversity. Urbana-Champaign: University of Illinois Press.

Tompkins, Avery. 2014. “Asterisk.” Transgender Studies Quarterly 1(1-2): 26-27.

Turner, Dale Antony. 2006. This is not a peace pipe: Towards a critical indigenous philosophy. University of Toronto Press.


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