WGST 301: Gender, Sexuality and Society Report a Broken Link

Unit 1


Fausto-Sterling, A. (2000, July). The five sexes revisited: The varieties of sex will test medical values and social norms. The Sciences, 18−23.
West, C., & Zimmerman, D. (1987). Doing gender. Gender & Society, 1(2), 125−151.
Unit 1.1: The Two-Sex Binary

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Unit 1.2: Theorizing Gender

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Unit 2


Jordan, E., & Cowan, A. (1995). Warrior narratives in the kindergarten classroom: Renegotiating the social contract? Gender & Society, 9(6), 727−743. 
Myers, K., & Raymond, L. (2010). Elementary school girls and heteronormativity: The Girl Project. Gender & Society, 24(2), 167−188. 
Wang, A. (2000). Asian and White boys’ competing discourses about masculinity: Implications for secondary education. Canadian Journal of Education, 25(2), 113−125.
Walkerdine, V. (2006).  Playing the game: Young girls performing femininity in video game play.” Feminist Media Studies, 6(4), 519−537.
Unit 2.1: Pink Is for Girls, Blue Is for Boys

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Unit 2.2: Performing Feminities and Masculinities at Home, at Play and in the Classroom

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Unit 3


Pyke, K. D., & Johnson, D. L. (2003). Asian American women and racialized femininities: “Doing” gender across cultural worlds. Gender & Society, 17(1), 33−53.
Finley, N. J. (2010). Skating femininity: Gender maneuvering in women’s roller derby. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 39(4), 359−387.
Rupp, L. J., Taylor, V., Regev-Messalem, S., Fogarty, A. C. K., & England, P. (2014). Queer women in the hookup scene: Beyond the closet? Gender & Society, 28(2), 212−235.
Dean, A. (2005). Does a lesbian need a vagina like a fish needs a bicycle? Or would the “real” lesbian please stand up! Canadian Woman Studies, 24(2/3), 93−101.
Day, K., & Keys, T. (2008). Starving in cyberspace: A discourse analysis of pro-eating-disorder websites. Journal of Gender Studies, 17(1), 1−15.      
Unit 3.1: Theorizing Femininities

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Unit 3.2: Normative and Alternative Performances

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Unit 4


Peralta, R. L. (2007). College alcohol use and the embodiment of hegemonic masculinity among European American men. Sex Roles, 56(3/4), 741–756. 
Atencio, M., & Wright, J. (2008). “We be killin' them”: Hierarchies of black masculinity in urban basketball spaces. Sociology of Sport, 25, 263−280.      
Clarkson, J. (2006). "Everyday Joe" versus "pissy, bitchy queens": Gay masculinity on StraightActing.com. The Journal of Men's Studies, 14(2), 191−207.      
Evans, J. (2002). Cautious caregivers: Gender stereotypes and the sexualization of men nurses' touch. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 40(4), 441−448. 
Courtney, J. (2009). Real men do housework: Ethos and masculinity in contemporary domestic advice. Rhetoric Review, 28(1), 66−81. 
Unit 4.1: Theorizing Masculinities

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Unit 4.2: Normative and Alternative Performances

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Unit 5


Kudlick, C. (2005). The blind man's Harley: White canes and gender identity in America. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 30(21), 1589−1606. 
Scott, J.-A. (2014). Illuminating the vulnerability of hegemonic masculinity through a performance analysis of physically disabled men's personal narratives. Disability Studies Quarterly, 34(1), 1−19. 
Unit 5.1: Thinking Through Disability

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Unit 5.2: Gendered Performances of Disability

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Murderball

Unit 6


Cameron, M. (2005). Two-spirited Aboriginal people: Continuing cultural appropriation by non-Aboriginal society. Canadian Woman Studies, 24(2/3), 123−127. 
Jenness, V., & Fenstermaker, S. (2014). Agnes goes to prison: Gender authenticity, transgender inmates in prisons for men, and pursuit of “The Real Deal.” Gender & Society, 28(1), 5−31. 
Stone, A. L. (2013). Flexible queers, serious bodies: Transgender inclusion in queer spaces. Journal of Homosexuality, 60 (12), 1647−1665. 
Unit 6.1: Disrupting the Two-Sex Binary

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Unit 6.2: Performing Queer and Trans Identities

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Video Transcripts


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Transcript for Video 3.1
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Transcript for Video 4.1
Transcript for Video 4.2
Transcript for Video 5.1
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Transcript for Video 6.1
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