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Slave Systems of the Americas (Princeton University HIS 582, Spring 2004 - 2005)

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Readings on selected issues and problems in the history of African Americans since 1619. Topics include salvery, the slave trade, the formation of Black institutions, black nationalism, feminism, the Civil Rights movement, etc.

African-American Intellectual History (Princeton University AAS 390/HIS 481, Spring 2004 - 2005)

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An analysis of the principal currents in the thought of African Americans since 1829. The works of selected intellectuals will be examined with particular reference to Black nationalism, the construction of an identity, religious ideas, feminism, racism, Africa in the African American imagination, self determination, the struggles for social justice etc.

Open Knowledge and the Public Interest

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This playlist contains links to resources which support university faculty and students in using digital technologies for public knowledge sharing.

iLaw Open Access Module

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Harvard Law School's Berkman Center is putting on an iLaw conference in India this winter, and this module focuses on the Open Access topic.

Introduction to Digital Media

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This playlist provides an introduction to critical studies of digital media. Interested readers will learn how to analyze the philosophical, political, and cultural forces and foundations that constitute, contextualize and are catalyzed by the technologies and techniques of digital media.

John Pederson's Educational Technology Playlist

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I'm just banging around right now!!!

Open Source Software and Writing Pedagogy

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An assemblage of sources on the use of open source software in education, particularly rhetoric and composition pedagogy.

Learning Python

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Python is an intepreted programming language designed to be as powerful as it is fun and easy to use.

Cyberfeminism(s)

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Cyberfeminism is a curiosity of mine. It informed my thinking a lot from about 1999-2001, but then it seemed to fall off the radar, or at least lose its theoretical and political momentum. Is cyberfeminism now just part of the (albeit recent) intellectual history of feminist theory? What can account for its decline, if you agree that it has declined? Looking at some of those articles, you might notice that the rhetoric is a little overblown at times, and I think there were many who didn't take it seriously because of that.

Topics in the Study of Gender: Disciplined Bodies: Feminism, Femininity, and Power (Princeton University WOM 302, Fall 2004 - 2005)

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Is it possible for a woman to be feminine and powerful? Ambitious and domestic? A mother and a feminist? Modern society's uneasiness with female power engenders conflicted expectations of twenty-first-century women, made visible on their bodies. This course will explore the modern history of women's quest for power alongside shifting bodily ideals, analyzing social and religious prescriptions surrounding femininity, beauty, maternity, and sexuality. We will study classic and contemporary texts in feminist theory that bring issues of gender construction power, bodily discipline, and desire to the fore.

Gender in America: Colonial, Revolutionary, and Victorian Society (Princeton University HIS 384, Fall 2005 - 2006)

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This course explores changing patterns of manhood and womanhood in American society from the early modern through Victorian periods, with an emphasis on women's activity and gender politics. Topics include domestic and paid work, racial and class relations, family life, sexuality, feminism, and religious and social movements.

Contemporary Feminist Theory (Princeton University WOM 400, Fall 2005 - 2006)

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This course will address the question: What is feminism? Going back to the beginnings of contemporary feminist thought, it will proceed through the variety of feminist approaches that have marked the study of art, literature, cinema and popular culture, history, politics and society since the 1970's.

Gender in America: Colonial, Revolutionary, and Victorian Society (Princeton University HIS 384, Fall 2004 - 2005)

H2O Playlists, Feminism - 1 hour 11 min ago
This course explores changing patterns of manhood and womanhood in American society from the early modern through Victorian periods, with an emphasis on women's activity and gender politics. Topics include domestic and paid work, racial and class relations, family life, sexuality, feminism, and religious and social movements.

Special Topics in the History of Science: Topics in the History of Psychoanalysis (Princeton University HOS 599/HIS 599, Spring 2004 - 2005)

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Selected topics in the history of psychoanalysis: Freud and his followers; object relations; classical and revisionist analysis; feminist and other critiques; psychoanalysis and cultural criticism.

Approaches to the Study of Religion (Princeton University REL 222, Spring 2004 - 2005)

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This course surveys conceptions of religion that have been influential in the modern academy, and critically examines the theories of knowledge, interpretation, society, and culture associated with them. Among the approaches considered are Platonic philosophy, Augustinian theology, Enlightenment skepticism, Marxism, cultural anthropology, phenomenology, feminism, and Freudian psychology. Films by such directors as Bergman, Hitchcock, and Von Trier are used to illustrate the main issues covered. Two lectures, one precept, one screening.

Open Education

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A list of resources and readings related to the open education movement

OpenFiction Project Playlist

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The OpenFiction Project playlist is a companion site to the OpenFiction Project Courseware site (external link below), an open educational resource for instructors and students of creative writing. The Courseware site includes materials for a complete introductory course in fiction writing.
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