Tag Archives: Feminist Philosophy

In the Interim Check out These Videos…

Comrades, I’m working on a piece right now that is seeming to take longer than I thought. So, in the interim I want to share the following videos with you. I’m not sharing these with you just because I think … Continue reading

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In Case You Missed it: Let’s Think About Polyamory.

Happy Pride Month! Here’s a non-poetic piece encouraging solidarity and critical thought. Visibility is a hegemonic trap. Check on it! -D via Polyamory: A Brief Call to Open-Minded Critical Thought and Solidarity.

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My Weekly Frustration- Week 12: Listener Discretion Advised.

This week we continued our discusion of sound, though we focused more specifically on the gendering of sound. This might be a far stretch from what we actually read, but the readings started me thinking about the gendering of particular queer … Continue reading

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My Weekly Frustration: Week 9- Cyborg No More: We. Are. Artisans.

This week, we explored the issue of technology within the bigger ‘New Materialism’ subject heading. We were to read Wilk’s, “Where Looks Don’t Matter and Only the Best Writers Get Laid,” and Gill-Peterson’s blog post, “We are Not Cyborg Subjects, … 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: Week 7, The Last Week of Discussion on Neoliberalism

I will begin by saying wow, what a powerful ending to our exploration of neoliberalism! We were assigned the introduction and chapters 4-5 of Jared Sexton’s, Amalgamation Schemes: Antiblackness and the Critique of Multiracialism. Sexton is a pretty awesome speaker, check out … Continue reading

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My Weekly Frustration: Week 5 -AKA- MORE on Imaginative Spaces

This week, we had to read a bit on Tiqqun, and a little aside about that particular reading. There are a couple of things I’d like to attend to stemming from our assigned readings. 1. Faadism (See Also, Facadism)– (Tiqqun, 25) … 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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WARNING!! My Weekly Frustration: The Next 14 Weeks.

My Fellow Comrades, It’s a new year, which as a grad student also means the inevitable new semester. With that stated, in one of my classes the professor is having us respond to weekly readings via blog post. So, in … Continue reading

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The Struggle Continues: On Focusing POWERFUL Loving Rage, Sex, and Targeting Points of Rupture

This post is going to be a little different than all the rest. I’m writing this post as I am thinking about a paper I am currently working on. I would like any constructive feedback, even if it’s a simple … Continue reading

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