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This Week's Work: Sept. 19 - Sept. 26

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Fri 9/19:

(ALL CLASSES) Visit Camphill Village!

Sun. 9/21:

(ICPR) Post on Serendip, by Sunday at 5, either a reflection on some aspect of Riva's visit, a response to one of the images or clips your classmates posted last week, or a reflection on the reading for Monday. What do visual images of our bodies, or of disabled bodies in particular, DO?

(ENGL) Meet with Anne to discuss your upcoming web-event this week.

Mon. 9/22:

(ENGL) By 5 p.m: post a comment reflecting on your experiences @ Camphill

(ICPR) Reading: Rosemarie Garland-Thomson, “Picturing People with Disabilities: Classical Portraiture as Reconstructive Narrative,” in Re-Presenting Disability: Activism  and Agency in the Museum

We'll also spend some time looking back at the images and clips you posted last week. 

Tues, 9/23:

(ENGL) Andrew Solomon. “Transgender.” Far From the Tree: Parents, Children, and the Search for Identity. New York: Scribner, 2012. 599-676.

(SOWK) Theoretical perspectives on the psychological world of the adolescent
            The centrality of belonging in adolescence to identity formation
-- Read entire text by Kroger for class

Continue to work on your Children's Literature Project which is due in 2 weeks!

Wed. 9/24: 

(ICPR) Reading: Harriet McBryde Johnson, “Art Object,” in Too Late to Die Young

Riva Lehrer, “Beauty in Exile”

Viewing: Portraits by Riva Lehrer, Laura Swanson, Doug Auld, Nancy Bea Miller, and others

Thurs. 9/25: 

(ENGL) Judith Halberstam, “Queer Temporality and Postmodern Geographies.” In a Queer Time and Place: Transgender Bodies, Subcultural Lives. New York University Press, 2005. 1-21.

Anne Dalke and Clare Mullaney (BMC ’12). 
On Being Transminded: Disabling Achievement, Enabling Exchange. Disability Studies Quarterly. 34, 2 (2014).