September 1, 2016
September 1, 2016 WS 200
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SEPTEMBER 1, 2016 Intro To Women Studies Harriet Tubman • 1863 • Freed 750 Slaves • ONLY campaign by a women Combahee River Collective 1974-1980 • Exploration into intersectionality • Women in civil rights movement • Not hetero • Black nationalism/black panther Definitions • Heteropatriarchy • Rhetoric • Feminist • Misogyny • Capitalism • Socialism • Liberation Heteropatriarchy • Gay, lesbian, etc people would not want to support this. Rhetoric • Creates feeling and emotion • Manifestos The Revolutionary War • War is making the other side hurt until they stop • Boston Tea Party • Declaration of Independence • 1968-Summer of Love • If a revolution doesn’t have violence, is it really a revolution? Society • In a society that profits from your self doubt, liking yourself is a rebellious act. Power • Women have power they use productively. They use the power they do have in hopes to gain more. • The Get Down Zero Sum Games • There is always a winner and a loser • Monopoly and Chess are great examples • Social relations • If one person gets power, they are usually taking it away from someone else. • Power in this case is usually money. • Gender Wage Gap is very real Non Zero Sum Game • Does not have to be a winner or loser • Work collaboratively • Risk (the board game) can be played collaboratively 1. Capitalism- takes wealth and concentrates it 2. Socialism- looks at means of production held by all, and wealth is distributed through a cross-society 3. Liberation- (myth) being able to buy what we want Lean-in Feminist • Misogyny-hatred of women • Why are men not accused of hating women more often? • Women make up 52% of the population. 2
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