... From: Sarah Hautzinger [mailto:SHautzinger@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU] Sent: Saturday, October 27, 2001 8:28 PM To: ANTHRO-L@LISTSERV.ACSU.BUFFALO.EDU Subject:Message 1 of 1 , Oct 29, 2001View Source
FW: [ANTHRO-L] Panel at NWSA on 9/11
From: Sarah Hautzinger [mailto:SHautzinger@...]
Sent: Saturday, October 27, 2001 8:28 PM
Subject: [ANTHRO-L] Panel at NWSA on 9/11
(Anthropologists: it would be wonderful to have the discipline represented
on the panel below)
TEACHING ABOUT SEPTEMBER 11th
We are seeking participants for a panel to discuss ways in which teachers of
Introduction to Women's Studies (or closely related) classes contextualized
the attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon ("September 11th") and
the resulting war on terrorism and anthrax attacks (and whatever--if
anything--comes next) for the NWSA meetings in Las Vegas (June 13-16, 2001).
Into which topics did you weave materials? What did you want to accomplish?
What were the important teaching points? How did students react and could
you get them to see past hegemonic media images of good and evil? What
books, articles, news stories, web sites, films did you use? How did you
convey feminist analyses of the issues? What worked and what didn't?
If you are interested in joining the panel, send us a brief statement of
what you would like to discuss, your name, mailing address, home and work
phone, whether you are willing for NWSA to publish your email address, a
suggested title for your presentation, and any absolutely necessary
equipment needs (the hotel charges extra for any equipment).
Presenters at NWSA meetings must be members of NWSA. If our panel is
accepted for the program, and if you are not currently a member of NWSA, you
will be have to join. NWSA has a web page (www.nwsa.org) if you want more
Proposals for panels are due to NWSA on Sunday, November 4. (Yes, we are
very late sending out this call for participants. Sorry.) If you'd like
us to consider your participation, please contact us as soon as possible.
We will put the panel together on Friday the 2nd, so get us your materials
Sarah Hautzinger, Anthropology, Colorado College, 719-389-6359
Margaret Duncombe, Sociology, Colorado
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