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Discuss about the intersections of gender and/or feminism with class, race, or sexuality in either the past or present day.

The paper will be a 6-8 page (1500-2000 words) paper in which the students reflect on one of the major themes from the first half of the class. You will be required to use readings from the course and at least two outside readings. This assignment will allow students to explore one of the themes we have discussed in greater detail. Heywood, Leslie, and Jennifer Drake, eds. Third wave agenda: Being feminist, doing feminism. U of Minnesota Press, 1997. Sidler’s article on McJobism (pages 25-39 on google books: HYPERLINK “http://books.google.ca/books?hl=en&lr=&id=K-0qcLb7ir8C&oi=fnd&pg=PR9&dq=women+work+class+feminism&ots=UPTLCe9FgR&sig=5EOAxZ9Bo-QZzgBUB6PLC3Iy6OY” \l “v=onepage&q=women%20work%20class%20feminism&f=false” http://books.google.ca/books?hl=en&lr=&id=K-0qcLb7ir8C&oi=fnd&pg=PR9&dq=women+work+class+feminism&ots=UPTLCe9FgR&sig=5EOAxZ9Bo-QZzgBUB6PLC3Iy6OY#v=onepage&q=women%20work%20class%20feminism&f=false)

Waring, Marilyn. Counting for nothing: What men value and what women are worth. University of Toronto Press, 1999. Xix-11.
You are able to talk about the intersections of gender and/or feminism with class, race, or sexuality in either the past or present day. Pick a topic and discuss how it illustrates intersectionality. This paper must have a clear thesis statement.


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