Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Seattle Campus Course- Women of Color in Academia

Posted by Mandy

Dear students,

If you are looking for courses for AU 10, consider the course I will be teaching Women 577: Women of Color in Academia. In this course we will explore how "women of color" in academia are positioned, through scholarship and identities, to question and redefine academia, education, and the established boundaries between academia and other communities. Discussion focuses on understanding institutional sites and forms of knowledge production and validation in academia in the United States.

This course will be taught MW 1:30-3:30 p.m. I will appear in the time schedule as soon as a room is assigned.

Please share this information with other students who may be interested in this topic.


Angela B. Ginorio V: 206/685-2238
University of Washington Fax: 206/685-9555
Women Studies 35-4345
Seattle, WA 98195-4345

Caminante, no hay camino/Se hace camino al andar. Antonio Machado

Note: The quote that Angela has posted translates loosely to "Wayfarer (lit "one who walks the path"), there is no road./ You create the road by walking." Oh, okay, here's a better translation than my crappy Spanglish one- "wanderer, there is no road,/the road is made by walking."

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