Content tagged "gender"
Event: Thursday, March 5, 2009 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Jennifer Roberston explores and interrogates the gendering of humanoid robots manufactured today in Japan for use in the home and workplace.
Transgender women have many hurdles to face as they transition from male to female, and possessing an authentic voice is a way to smooth out the bumpy path they face.
Event: Wednesday, November 29, 2006 @ 5:00 pm
Sharon Kinsella examines the media constructions of a teenage female revolt in contemporary Japan drawing from her current book project Girls as Energy: Fantasies of Social Rejuvenation.
Cultured Men, Uncultured Women: An Exploration of the Gendered Hierarchy of Taste Governing Afghan Radio
An ethnographic investigation to examine local Afghan radio’s various relationships with women during this intense period of reconstruction in Afghanistan.
Posted by Heather Miller S.M., Comparative Media Studies, 2003
Topics: 17th century, A Token for Children, books, England, gender, James Janeway, literature, Protestantism, reading, religion, writing, youth
Exploring three developments pertaining to children and reading in seventeenth-century England, including how profoundly death was implicated in the development of thought about children’s reading.