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Making Visible Asians and Asian-Americans in Introductory Women's Studies Courses: the Personal Voice in Pedagogy, Making Feminist Connections across Diversity
The introductory course in women’s and gender studies (IWGS) first introduces centers, and problematizes the concept of gender and sexuality to undergraduate students, and at a depth not offered in other disciplines. It ...
An Interpretive Auto/Biographical Reading of Studio-Posed Photographs: Telling my Mother's Life in Colonial and Post-colonial India
In this essay, I "tell" my mother's life through photographs of her, specifically those taken in studios, but as more than a chronological life story. I intend to rediscover the person that she was, or was not, but chose ...
Making Visible Asians and Asian-Americans in Introductory Women's Studies Courses: the Personal Voice in Pedagogy, Making Feminist Connections
My paper examines the lack of material on Asians/Asian Americans in introductory Women's Studies textbooks, suggests books that can be used, and pedagogical methods to inform and educate students about this minority
This short story involves the interaction of a beggar and a prostitute in the precincts of the Kalil temple in Kolkata, India.