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FEB. 5: REPRESENTATION



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FEB. 5:

REPRESENTATION

Tuana, Nancy. "The Misbegotten Man" (Chapter 2) in The Less Noble Sex: Scientific. Religious and Philosophical Conceptions of Woman’s Nature (Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 1993) pp.18-50; notes pp. 175-178.
Warner, Marina. Ch. 3, 4, 13. “Virgin Birth,” “Second Eve,” and “The Milk of Paradise.”Alone of All Her Sex: The Myth and the Cult of the Virgin Mary. (orig. 1976) New York: Vintage, 1983. 34-67, 192-205.
Iris Marion Young, “Breasted Experience” in Throwing Like a Girl and Other Essays in Feminist Philosophy and Social Theory. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1990. pp. 189-209.
Lorber, Judith. “Waiting for the Goddess: Cultural Images of Gender” (Ch. 5) in Paradoxes of Gender. New Haven: Yale UP. 1994. pp. 97-119. notes 313-316.

Urla, Jacqueline and Alan C. Swedlund, “The Anthropometry of Barbie” in Jennifer Terry and Jacqueline Urla, eds. Deviant Bodies: Cultural Perspectives in Science and Popular Culture. Bloomington: Indiana UP. pp. 277-313.


Fausto-Sterling, Ann. “Gender, Race, and Nation: The Comparative Anatomy of Hottentot Women in Europe, 1815-1817" in Jennifer Terry and Jacqueline Urla, eds. Deviant Bodies: Cultural Perspectives in Science and Popular Culture. Bloomington: Indiana UP. pp. 19-48.
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Thomas Laqueur, “Of Language and the Flesh,” (Ch 1.) in Making Sex (Harvard, 1990) pp.1-24 notes 245-250.


Keller, Evelyn, Fox. “Feminism and Science” Signs: Journal of Women and Culture and Society 7, 3 (1982): 589-602.




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