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Playing with Categories:
Re-doing the Politics of Sex and Gender
Bryn Mawr and Haverford Colleges
Day 1: Playing with Categories
Day 2: Playing with Philosophy in the Flesh
Day 3: Playing with the categories "gender" and "student"
Day 4: Playing with the categories "work" and "play"
Day 5: Exploring (existentially!) the categories "nature" and "culture"
Day 6: "The Uses and Abuses of Anthropology..." and Continued Metaphorization
Day 7: More Meditations on Categorizations
Day 8: Constructing the Category "Sex"
: Themes for Discussion
Day 10: Playing with
...Aiming for the "full story"
Day 11: Playing with your paper proposals
Day 12A: Announcements
Day 12B: Does Biology Have Anything to Contribute to Thinking About Sex and Gender? (Paul Grobstein, First Session)
Day 13: Picking Up Where We Left Off....
Day 14: Does Biology Have Anything to Contribute to Thinking About Sex and Gender? (Paul Grobstein, Second Session)
Day 15: Challenging the categories of "gender" and "sex"
Day 16: Erotic Labor--and the Rules of Play
Day 17: Learning to Labor
Day 18: Self-Damnation--or Imagining Better?
Day 19: Standing Up--or Lying Down? Cherrie Moraga and Jimmy Corrigan
Day 20: Continuing the Discussion of Masculinity, with Little Jimmy Corrigan
Day 21: On Reading Women--Discussion of your proposed book projects
Day 22: Anne and Jen tell their Feminist Stories of "Origin"
Day 24: Virginia Woolf's 1938 essays,
-- Woman's Education, Professionalization...and War-Making?
Day 26: Christine Walley on coalition-building
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