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Fall 2002

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Index for Lecture Notes
Fall 2002
  • Ex Post Facto Lecture Notes from all four classes. We talked of Lillian Rubin's Worlds of Pain on the pain suffered by the working class woman; Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God; Alice Walker's The Color Purple; and the role that these narratives have in helping us come to be aware of the pain imposed on women by patriarchal systems.

  • Ex Post Facto Lecture Notes from all four classes. Reasons for choice of books, and for variety in books. Maria Pia Lara: "we can NOT all be clumped into a ball." Discussed authentic and inauthentic versions of self, and "the laying on of alternatives." Brian Morris led a discussion on "embeddedness," in which Crystal Adams joined with ideology, and LaToya Lewis gave another explanation. Good example of my suggesting changes that would lead to an A from a B. Martha Minow and unstated assumptions also came up.

  • Ex Post Facto Lecture Notes from all four classes. Comments by Crystal Adams on critical race theory; by Kashawndra Penn on critical race theory, structural viiolence, and the Bakke case. jeanne's references to Kimberle Crenshaw, Black female lawyer, and critical race theory. Link added August 26, 2002.

  • Interaction Process Analysis (IPA) Applied to Grading Standards Good file on learning how to give evidence of your learning. Link added September 4, 2001. Rechecked link October 4, 2002.

  • Definitions of Concepts Kibbutzim; Cognitive and Affective Domains of Learning. Link added September 4, 2002.

  • Definitions of Concepts: Agency and Structural Context; Adversarialism and Mutuality; Paradigm Shift; Imaginary; The Enlightenment; Dominant Discourse. Link added September 4, 2002.