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First 2 classes

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First 2 classes WGS 225

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The Study of Women
Katharine Schaab
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Natasha Notetaker on Friday January 29, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to WGS 225 at University of North Dakota taught by Katharine Schaab in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 7 views. For similar materials see The Study of Women in Women and Gender studies at University of North Dakota.

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Date Created: 01/29/16
WGS Feminism: what we think • misinformed, psychotic population of women, man-haters, #freethenipple, fluid definition, sexist Feminist hero • mulan-she doesnt give a shit and has confidence, Emma Watson- isnt afraid to speech up and is very well known Feminist stereotypes • pat robertson, rush limbough What Is Feminism • belief system that critiques all forms of domination- sexism, racism, homophobia • recognition that women have been subordinate to men- commitment to freedom for women in all aspects of life and society • “movement to end sexism, sexist exploitation, and oppression” -huge variety of women: women of color, lesbians, trans, poor women Feminist Movements • first wave th th ◦ mid 19 to early 20 century ◦ major issue: right to vote, anti lynching, women in education, mental health, private property, ability to defend ones self, Susan B. Anthony • second wave ◦ 1960s and 1970s women's liberation ◦ major issues: repo rights, interpersonal violence, wage, love, white middle class straight, lesbian • third wave ◦ contemporary (1990s to today) ◦ inclusivity: voices, experiences, visions of queer women, women of color, and focus on the transnational The Movements • problems and limitations ◦ U.S and Eurocentric focused ◦ often plagues by racism, homophobia ◦ divisive by waves • responses ◦ womanism and black feminism ◦ rise of asian, latina, native american, non-western feminist voices ◦ commitment to intersectionality


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