powerlessness go hand-in-hand. A socially marginalized group’s voice can be excluded, silenced, or misrepresented. The less powerful will not be heard, and what is unheard may not change the world. Students are required to collaborate on this group project on “unheard” feminist warriors’ narratives, feminist issues relevant to ending women’s subordination in our non-ideal world. The group project guideline is here. As a first step for the group project, you are expected to propose a topic and groups of people relevant to the topic in this weekly assignment.

Silence and powerlessness go hand-in-hand. A socially marginalized group’s voice can be excluded, silenced, or misrepresented. The less powerful will not be heard, and what is unheard may not change the world. Students are required to collaborate on this group project on “unheard” feminist warriors’ narratives, feminist issues relevant to ending women’s subordination in our non-ideal world. The group project guideline is here. As a first step for the group project, you are expected to propose a topic and groups of people relevant to the topic in this weekly assignment. 1) a. Take a look at the Ms. (https://msmagazine.com/ (Links to an external site.)) Guardian (Feminism | World | The Guardian (Links to an external site.)), Oxfam (Women’s rights and gender justice | Oxfam America | Oxfam (Links to an external site.)) NYT (The New York Times – Search (nytimes.com) (Links to an external site.)), CNN, BBC, etc. b. Alternatively, you could visit some NGOs’ websites or introduce gender issues on Campus or local communities advocating for some women’s rights. c. Or you could grasp some gender subordination issues from storytellings of your mother, grandmother, sister, or friends’ lived experience. 2) Bring a group of people, case, and/or topic and explain in 50-100 words why you are interested in the topic and why the topic or the group of people matters. You could include the link to the newspaper or YouTube 3) You could choose the topics we covered or will cover and research the case studies for the topics. Or you could choose the topics which have not been covered in this class. 4) You can work together with another classmate and post one proposal per two persons. 5) Once topics are all collected (by March 30, 11: 59 PM), you sign up for the topic you like to research. (by March 31, 11: 59 PM). We will form the group and have the first meeting in class on April 1.

 

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