Below find a catalogue of the final set of webpapers emerging from Computer Science/English/Film Studies/Gender &Sexuality 257, a course offered at Bryn Mawr College. Students are writing here about what most intrigued them in the intersections of gender and technology.
Take a look around, and feel warmly welcome to respond in the comment area available for each paper. What strikes, intrigues, puzzles you…what, among your reactions, might be of interest or use to the writer, or others in the class, or others who–exploring the internet–might be in search of a thoughtful conversation about the technologies of gender and the engendering of technology and… ?
- “You are Now Entering a No-Passing Zone”: A History of Passing and its Contemporary Application in Cosplay
- A Fluid and Transcendent Self
- Achieving The Avatar
- Androids in the Media: A Continuation
- Challenging the Existence of Women’s College Through Transgender
- Elizabeth Amanda Flynn
- Female Suicide Bombers – A Deeper Focus
- Femininity and Spectacle: from Metropolis to RuPaul
- Final Paper: Age and Technology
- Final Paper: Are we Passing?
- Final Paper: The Virtual Self
- Gender & Communication
- Gender and Technology Blog Diversity
- Gender, Censorship, and the Internet: Who Decides What’s “Not Possible”?
- Handmaids as Technology and the Failure of The Republic of Gilead
- Hindsight is always 20/20
- Hybridity and subversion of gender norms in Laura Esquivel’s Like Water for Chocolate
- iPhone for Women
- Labelling the Stuff of Cake Batter
- Marlene Dietrich and Technology: Did she shape herself, or did it shape her?
- Minds, Machines, and Memory: The Technology of Self in the Modern Day Human
- My Selves
- Should One Cross The Line?
- Technology of Ink: A study of the implications of tattoos on gender identity
- Technosystems Redux
- The Cyborg Memory: The Brain, the Computer, and the Self
- The Handmaid’s Tale: Just Little Bits of History Repeating
- The Lisa Frank Website: What is it Really Saying to Young Girls?
- The World Is Just Awesome
- Virgin Territory in the “Space-Off”: How Technologies of Revirginization Reinforce Gender Dichotomies
- Where’s the “you” in Utopia
- Women in Biology
- Women in Economics Education
- Women’s Bodies First. Fighting Second.