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2 Prompts (OPs select one) 1) How can analyzing “moral” concerns about sex and s

2 Prompts (OPs select one) 1) How can analyzing "moral" concerns about sex and sexuality reveal the operations of various power structures such as cisheteropatriarchy? How do ideas about what is good/natural about sexuality and gender relate specifically to the family? How do ideas about the "ideal" or "normal" family relate to race, sexuality, patriarchy, ability, class, etc.? How can analyzing the "history of sexuality" help us to understand those ideas as socially constructed? How can queer theory and sex…

What does it mean to practice “feminist curiosity”? How have different people in

What does it mean to practice "feminist curiosity"? How have different people in the readings and videos this week talked about their experiences with feminist curiosity, feminist complaint, and feminist consciousness? How are these feminist practices related to the idea of creating space, or extra "wiggle room" for marginalized people? You can provide personal connections or reflections on your own experiences (or lack of experiences) with these things if you choose.

Write a “human rights cinema review” selecting three films we have studied in we

Write a “human rights cinema review” selecting three films we have studied in weeks six – nine of this semester. That includes: A Girl in the River (Sharmeen Chinoy-Obaid 2015); Article 370 (Baloch 2020); He Named me Malala ( Guggenheim, 2015); The Rising Silence (Gazi, 2019). Your assignment is to argue why these three films are representative of the genre of human rights, which debates and/or knowledges they animate, and how effectively. (By association, What kinds of debates/knowledges are left…

You must complete both Part A and Part B. Your answer must be typed, double-spac

You must complete both Part A and Part B. Your answer must be typed, double-spaced, using a 12 point font. You are expected to use concepts, ideas, and examples from the readings. You must provide citations for ideas and quotations taken from the readings, using APA formatting (7 th edition). Number your pages. Total word count: 1200 words (see section word length limits below). You will be graded on your use of APA 7 th edition. Do not use sources…

In chapter 12, beyond the natural body, it states “During the second wave of fem

In chapter 12, beyond the natural body, it states “During the second wave of feminism that started in the 1970s,(fe)male bodies were of central concern in many debates, although in a rather peculiar way. Feminist biologists, like myself, were certain that biological determinism had to be rejected. We knew that nature does not determine what we mean when we use terms such as woman, body, femininity. We chose this position to contest those opponents of feminism who suggested that social…

PLEASE READ CAREFULLY This paper is headed in the right direction. I think you h

PLEASE READ CAREFULLY This paper is headed in the right direction. I think you have good examples. You need more content that relates to Central America. Please add more sources that directly relate to Central America. The goal of a research paper is not to inform the reader what others have to say about a topic, but to draw on what others have to say about a topic and engage the sources in order to thoughtfully offer a unique perspectiveon…

Craft an argument about race, gender, and politics in The Bluest Eye and race, g

Craft an argument about race, gender, and politics in The Bluest Eye and race, gender, and politics today. Choose one of the following topics that exist in the book, The Bluest Eye... Poverty and anti-Black racism Patriarchy and white supremacy Gender, labor, and sex work Gender, race, and low-wage work Write a compare and contrast essay which considers *ONE* of the issues at stake in The Bluest Eye from the perspective of politics and policy. Choose one political issue from…

Please respond to one of the following prompts. Regardless of your choice, be su

Please respond to one of the following prompts. Regardless of your choice, be sure to support your argument with direct quotations from the texts (written or filmed) from this unit. Do not use materials from outside the course, though you are free to draw on material from earlier units. 1.    What does it mean to say sexuality is “political?” Give at least two examples in your answer. Your essay should be 3-4 pages long.