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GU-Q CULP 357 - Theorizing Gender Violence

Methods to Organize your Content

Using Omeka is an important aspect of the class. To help you get started, please see the following steps as a sample workflow for the project.

Sample Research and Omeka Workflow
  1. Selecting a Topic and Research
    • Think of an interesting topic and conduct a search. Ex. India's female students and university curfews
    • Search Google, Google Scholar, Library Website
  2. Develop a Structured Outline & Explore Multimedia Content
  3. Theoretical Framework
    • Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak - strategic essentialism
    • Simone de Beauvoir - sex-gender distinction
    • Jacques Derrida - Deconstruction, différance, (il n'y a pas de hors-texte), logocentrism vs phonocentrism
    • Michel Foucault - Power, power relations
    • Jacques Lacan - mirror stage, phallocentrism
    • Gilles Deleuze & Félix Guattari - desiring-production/desiring machine
    • Judith Butler - performative gender, regulative discourses, disruption of the binary distinctions
    • Julia Kristeva - semiotic and the symbolic
    • Hélène Cixous - écriture féminine
    • Luce Irigaray - use and exchange value
    • Chandra Talpade Mohanty - "Third World woman"
  4. Upload Content to Omeka
    • Images
    • Audio
    • Video - YouTube Importer or Manually
  5. Create Exhibit
    • Select Items
    • Words are Important

Class Omeka Website

CULP 357 - Theorizing Gender Violence - Administration Area

CULP 357 - Theorizing Gender Violence - Website