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Your Money is Foul and So Is Capitalism: Why We Need to be Anticapitalist

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Your Money is Foul and So Is Capitalism: Why We Need to be Anticapitalist

“Globalization colonizes women’s as well as men’s lives around the world,


and we need an anti-imperialist, anticapitalist, and contextualized feminist

project to expose and make visible the various, overlapping forms of

sub- jugation of women’s lives.”

Final Reflection

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I’ve been putting off writing this reflection because it means I’ve come to the end of this incredible experience. But seeing as it’s due in a couple of hours, I guess I should begin the end. Wow… I’m sitting here tearing up. Good lord, you guys are always making me cry.

How do I even begin to express my gratitude?

On Still Not Having All The Answers

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Reflecting on this 360 has been an almost daily part of my life since the semester started. I came into this course cluster with many preconceived notions about myself, the professors, the course content, and how it would all play out. Most of the ideas I had constructed were not immediately proved wrong and therefore this semester has involved a constant exercise in adjustment. I knew that the courses would feel very personal for me but I had confidence in my ability to operate as an academic within our dynamic. As a sociology major I spend a lot of my time deconstructing oppression and dissecting cultural structures, often these structures play out in my personal life as well. I did not expect to be so triggered by classroom discussions, texts, and group dynamics.