Fall 2007 Class Roster
On Campus Off Campus
Anne Dalke (English House) Ann Dixon '83 (Serendip)
Jessica Brody Caroline Tropp Beale '70
Notes for Day 3 of Critical Feminist Studies
Notes for Day 2 of Critical Feminist Studies
Woman's Education, Professionalization...and War-Making?
Reading Virginia Woolf's 1938 essays, Three Guineas--
Notes for Day 1 of Critical Feminist Studies, F07
Welcome to the Dinner Party!
Day One: Welcome to the Dinner Party!
Day Two: Reading Three Guineas
Day Three: Reading Ourselves
Day Four: Instituting Criticism
Day Five: Against Personal Testimony
Day Six: "It's Hard to See the Forest When You're a Tree"
Where, when and how does interdisciplinarity matter?
The example of Gender and Science
"Madame Curie" (1943)
The First First Friday in the
Bryn Mawr College
Faculty Club Lunch Series
September 7, 2007
Anne Dalke and Liz McCormack
Martha Nussbaum and What I Loved
To Alice, from Anne--
According to feminist standpoint theory, each of us views the world from a particular,
place that is both socially constructed and partial in the knowledge it allows us. We can all benefit from "having a standpoint" on our own standpoint.
Keeping the Play in Play
by Anne Dalke
Narrative is determined not by a desire to narrate but by a desire to exchange. (Roland Barthes, S/Z)