Together, perhaps we can collectively build a list of resources that can be used in our classrooms to promote global perspectives and multicultural understandings of gender, race, sexual orientation, transgender/intersexual experiences, disability/ability, age, religion, ethnicity, body politics, labor, and cultural borderlands. I'll be including some of mine in a comment to this post, and I invite you all to do the same.
Here are my choices for next week's readings (I gravitated toward the technology-oriented pieces):
- Cohee, et al in The Feminist Teacher Anthology
- Chapter 10, "This Class Meets in Cyberspace: Women's Studies via Distance Education" by Ellen Cronan Rose
- Chapter 17 , "Would You Rather be a Goddess or a Cyborg?" by Suzanne K. Damarin
- Chapter 16, "Becoming Feminist Cyber Ethnographers" by Rebecca Anne Allahyari
- Chapter 11, "Activism and Alliance within Campus Sisterhood Organizations" by Simona J. Hill
- Chapter 13, subsections "Class Management Problems" and "Emotional Problems"
- Chapter 17, subsections "How Will Technology Enhance Teaching and Learning?" and "Teaching with Technology"