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Where Do We Go From Here?

 Where Do We Go From Here?

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Thinking Like Babies

                                                                   “The child has

a hundred languages

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Gender Inequalities in the Classroom

             There is a lot that can be said about the current state of education. There is a lot to be said about what is wrong with the current state of education. In particular, there is still a lot to say about different types of inequalities apparent within the classroom. While I could talk about racial or socioeconomic inequalities, I would like to focus on the gender inequalities of males and females. Even more specifically, I will argue that these gender inequalities are brought about through the ways in which people (teachers, students, etc.) have been socialized to look at gender and education and the fact that males and females just learn differently.

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"The Times They Are A-Changing"

 A Self-Evaluation

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"Come together right now over me"

 Report on In-Class Presentation

 

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The History of Women's Studies

The History of Women's Studies

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"...When we speak of the ‘evolution’ of Women’s Studies, it is important to emphasize that this is a multifaceted process. Women’s Studies has differed widely over time, and across identities, disciplines, and institutions.”

-Alice Ginsberg

TIMELINE

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The Way They Are

 

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The Frustration of Menstruation

 

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Why did I decide to write a paper about menstruation?

The answer to that question is fairly easy, the rest is not.

 

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So Much More Than Vegetable Soup

So Much More Than Vegetable Soup Image: My image didn't show up on my essay, so I'm going to try this again...

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