Week 5: "Ordered Chaos of the Dreaming"
Having looked @ a science text that catalogues diversities of sex and gender, and a social science text about the diversity of culture and location, this week we are turning to an exploration of the third "division" of knowledge, that of the humanities. We will be looking for "diversity of representation" in a literary text and commentary.
So: what are your reactions to Neil Gaiman's graphic novel, The Doll's House, and Kathy Acker's essay on "Seeing Gender"? What do they add to your growing interdisciplinary understanding of gender and sexuality?