Tag Archives: Discourse

Thought Exercise #01980839

This post is going to be a little different from the ones I’ve been posting lately. This is a bit of a thought exercise for me. This is also my chance to clear my mind and connect with you on … Continue reading

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My Weekly Frustration: Week 8, New Materialism- “Discourse is Not a Synonym For Language…”

After last week’s (not so) Spring Break, we are back and on a new subject entitled, New Materialism. Generally, this topic is one that is challenging feminism’s linguistic turn. What I find it demanding of us is to recognize HOW … Continue reading

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My Weekly Frustration: That Time I Was Able to Express a Little Rage in a Classroom Setting.

Cheers to Black History Month, and to ALL of the struggle involved in its creation and continued preservation! With that in mind, I find this reflective post to be quite relevant to the current Black (and more general marginalized people … Continue reading

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The Collaborative Road to Positive Potentiality and Progress, Let’s Talk.

This blog is about progress. It is about criticism and personal attack. I recently wrote a blog where I discussed my tragic disappointment in the current social climate relating to Feminism & Race. I used two examples I came upon in … Continue reading

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The Inability to Find Peace, to Still the Disquiet.

I am writing this blog in light of a presentation I led yesterday. What I was discussing was Foucault regarding the way that he discussed Race in The History of Sexuality An Introduction Volume 1. This wasn’t an expansive exploration, … Continue reading

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