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Alexander, Jonathan, and Michelle Gibson. Queer Theory in the Writing Classroom. Aunt Lute Books, Berlant, Lauren, and Michael Warner.
An Anatomy of Purpose. U of California P, Feminism and the Subversion of Identity. Cragan, and Patricia McCullough. A Synthetic Study of Consciousness. Smith, and Thomas K. Johns Hopkins UP, The History of Sexuality: The Routledge Queer Studies Reader.
A Response to Mailloux. University of Illinois, Wilson, and Rosa A. Oread Manifesto on Rhetorical Education From Disciplining Queers to Queering the Discipline s.
Lovaas, and John P. Activist and Academic Rhetorics of Resistance. U of Alabama P, Notes for a Radical Theory of the Politics of Sexuality.
Print Samek, Alyssa A. Epistemology of the Closet. A Critical Introduction to Queer Theory. New York U P, Fear of a Queer Planet: Queer Politics and Social Theory. U of Minnesota P, Transgender Articulations of the Law. This early edited collection about communication practices takes as its premise that homosexuality is not solely a biological issue but is rather a social issue largely mediated by communication.
Contributions to this collection explore both verbal and nonverbal communication of gays and lesbians as well as antigay communication. The 23 chapters are divided into six sections: A Synthetic Study of Consciousness Raising. Chesebro, Cragan, and McCullough examine the small group activities of revolutionary members of Gay Liberation that occur before their public confrontations.
These sessions involve consciousness-raising, which entails the reformulation of identities and the development and commitment to new values. Chesebro, Cragan, and McCullough identify stages of consciousness-raising in these meetings, focusing on the functions of these stages and the rhetorical tactics employed.
They chart four stages of consciousness-raising during the meetings: Inthe National Council of Teachers of English passed a resolution just barely opposing discrimination against gays and lesbians. It charged the Committee on Lesbian and Gay Concerns to achieve two goals: Reported examples include hostility from department chairs, being put on leave after entrapment by police homosexual sex was illegal in most states innot considering gay applicants for faculty positions, disparaging remarks from other teachers and students, and college administrators refusing to certify teachers they believed were gay This listing of journal articles about Kate Chopin and her work draws on Kate Chopin: An Annotated Bibliography of Critical Works by Suzanne Disheroon Green and David J.
Caudle, Edith Wharton and Kate Chopin: A Reference Guide by Marlene Springer, “Kate Chopin: An Annotated Bibliography” in the Bulletin of Bibliography by Thomas Bonner, Jr.
and the databases of the Modern Language. A journal of Art, Culture and Politics, Published by the University of Chicago. In these seven previously unpublished essays, Joo-Hyon Kim offers fresh and stimulating insights into well-known texts, using concepts of Oriental philosophy, religion and ethics, and explores various aspects of Shakespeare's plays in relation to cultural differences.
Courses in English. Grammar Courses; Literature Courses; Writing Courses; Grammar Courses ENG-G Intro. to the English Language (3 cr) Acquaints the student with contemporary studies of the nature of language in general and of the English language in particular.
Different interpretations due to different cultural contexts - providence and Karmic causality, life and death, an Oriental philosophy of harmony; the mystery of Yin and Yang; some problems of understanding "King Lear" arising from differences of cultural backgrounds; fairies and witches - East and West; two pictures of Desdemona; parallel examples of chastity - East and West; a religious approach to .
History. CalArts was originally formed in , as a merger of the Chouinard Art Institute (founded ) and the Los Angeles Conservatory of Music (founded ).
Both of the formerly existing institutions were going through financial difficulties around the same time, and the founder of the Art Institute, Nelbert Chouinard, was mortally ill.