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Writing/Gender & Women’s Studies-109W

evolimageWRITING FOR WOMEN’S/GENDER STUDIES

Wr 109W UCSB Gina L. Vallis, Ph.D.

ALL MATERIAL FOR THIS COURSE IS ON THIS PAGE, INCLUDING HIGHLIGHTED LINKS TO READINGS AND OTHER COURSE INFORMATION

Syllabus

DISCUSSION BOARD LINK: password is writeme

 

 

**In compliance with the recent vote in the Student Senate requesting warnings regarding “trigger” topics, materials in this class do make mention of sexual violence, and necessarily raises issues of sex, race, gender, sexuality, and disability. No further warnings will be issued in this regard.

 

WEEK 1: Introduction and Terms

Hello 109W:

  1. For Tuesday’s class, you will write a) a discussion board response to a (short) reading by Eckert/Ginet, and b) a discussion board entry to Term Set 1.
  2. The link to the reading is directly above these instructions.
  3. The guidelines for posting a response to the reading can be found in the “Response” link (directly above these instructions).
  4. The guidelines for posting entry can be found in the “Entry” link (directly above these instructions).
  5. The link to the discussion board is at the top of this page.
    1. The password for the discussion board is writeme.
    2. Please have discussion board posts by 8pm the night before class.
    3. Your discussion board responses should be substantive. While it is difficult to convey a minimum length, imagine that a response would be approximately one page, if typed and double-spaced in hard copy. A term entry would be approximately the same length.
  6. The link for Term Set 1 is directly below these instructions
  7. Those who have already posted to the discussion board will receive full credit for all posts.

click here for: TERM SET 1: Performing Gender

WEEK 2: Performing Gender

  • T  4.8. Due: Eckert Response and Term Set 1 Entry. Please prepare for participation in class based upon entries in the discussion board. Discussion: “Because Hold My Hand While I Hope Up There” Isn’t an Option.
    • For next class, post Entry Term set 2

click here for: TERM SET 2: People and Things

  • Th  4.10 Due: Entry Term Set 2. Discussion: When Little Girls Wear Lipstick: The Rouge Test

click here for: TERM SET 3: Gender and Language

WEEK 3: Gender: People, Things, and Language

  • T 4.15 Due: Entry Term Set 3 OR discussion board response to film and narrative theorist: Clover “Her Body, Himself.” Discussion: When Opposites Don’t Attract. 

click here for: TERM SET 4: Gender and Image

  • Th 4.17: Due: Entry Term Set 4. Discussion: You Don’t Flirt When She Looks Good.

WEEK 4: Gender Relations

  • T 4.22 Group Discussion: Questions and Uncertainty.
    • Due next class: Term Set 5 Posting.

click here for: TERM SET 5: Gender Relations

  • Th. 4.24 Due: Entry Term Set 5.

 

WEEK 5: Gender and Power

  • T 4.29 No class, instructor at seminar.
  • Th 5.1 Critical Question due
    • Due next class: Term Set 6 Posting

click here for: TERM SET 6: Gender and Power

WEEK 6: Gender and Power

  • T 5.6 Due: Term Set 6 Posting. Begin Workshop.
    • For next class, post for Term Set 7.

click here for: TERM SET 7The Politics of Gender

  • Th 5.8 Due: Term Set 7. Workshop.
    • For next class, Watch Andrew Solomon at TedTalks AND POST A RESPONSE BY TUESDAY.

WEEK 7: Gender and Public Policy

  • 5.13 TedTalks post due. Workshop.
  • 5.15  BY EMAIL, SEND ME A .DOCX WITH YOUR QUESTION AS IT IS CURRENTLY WORDED.

WEEK 8: Workshop

  • 5.20 Workshop

WEEK 9: Workshop

  • 5.27  UCSB Day of Remembrance
  • 5.29 Workshop

WEEK 10: Wrapup/Portfolio*

  • *Last Week of Classes (Instructions):
    • On Tuesday, I will return all materials you have submitted to me in hard copy.
      • These materials will be accompanied by a cover sheet.
      • That cover sheet can be accessed in this Portfolio link.
    • On Thursday, the final day of classes, you will return all course materials to me in a portfolio IN THE FIRST TEN MINUTES OF CLASS.
      • This portfolio should be in a soft cardboard bifold folder with pockets.  These materials would include printouts you have copied/pasted of all of your posting for the discussion board, with dates, and an updated cover page.
    • After classes are over, your final paper will be due. See guidelines below.

 

  • T 6.3      Materials returned. 
  • Th.6.5 12.1.11 LAST DAY OF CLASSES. Portfolio due. 
  • Sat 6.15       DUE: PAPER 2 ON THE SATURDAY AFTER FINALS WEEK. NOTE THAT THE PAGE LIMIT HAS BEEN REDUCED TO 7+ PAGES. Please use the following guidelines:
  1. Name your paper F11_Lastname.F_109W. For example,  F11_Vallis,G_109W
  2. Make sure your paper is saved to at least Word ’97 (.doc)  or .pdf. No .txt.
  3. Send to gvallis@writing.ucsb.edu
  4. Wait 24 hours from the deadline for a return email acknowledging receipt.
  5. “24 hours from the deadline” is not 24 hours from the time you sent the paper.
  6.  If you do not receive an email 24 hours from the deadline:
  7. Forward the original email to pairdox@me.com.
  8. Make sure you receive a confirmation email within 24 hours.
  9. It is your responsibility to ensure that you receive confirmation of receipt.