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  • Thumbnail for The monthly rag [2012-2013 Block 7]
    The monthly rag [2012-2013 Block 7] by Colorado College. Dept. of Feminist and Gender Studies

    The Monthly Rag, a publication of the Feminist and Gender Studies interns, is found affixed to toilet stall walls around the Colorado College campus.

  • Thumbnail for The monthly rag [2011-2012 Block 3]
    The monthly rag [2011-2012 Block 3] by Colorado College. Dept. of Feminist and Gender Studies

    The Monthly Rag, a publication of the Feminist and Gender Studies interns, is found affixed to toilet stall walls around the Colorado College campus.

  • Thumbnail for The Monthly Rag [2015-2016 Block 2]
    The Monthly Rag [2015-2016 Block 2] by Caradine, Kadesha

    The Monthly Rag, a publication of the Feminist and Gender Studies interns, is found affixed to toilet stall walls around the Colorado College campus.

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    The Monthly Rag [2016-2017 Block 2] by Wappler, Ivy

    The Monthly Rag, a publication of the Feminist and Gender Studies interns, is found affixed to toilet stall walls around the Colorado College campus.

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    The Monthly Rag [2016-2017 Block 8] by Wappler, Ivy

    The Monthly Rag, a publication of the Feminist and Gender Studies interns, is found affixed to toilet stall walls around the Colorado College campus.

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    Wave : a fem rag [2014-2015 Block 6] by Caradine, Kadesha

    A magazine created by Colorado College students as part of the course, FG200 Introduction to Feminist Thought, taught by Assistant Professor Heidi Lewis during Block 6, 2015.

  • Thumbnail for Is Lady Gaga a feminist?
    Is Lady Gaga a feminist?

    A video created by Colorado College students as part of the course, FG110 Introduction to Feminist and Gender Studies, taught by Assistant Professor Heidi Lewis during Block 5, 2012.

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    La representación del dopaje en el deporte a través de la novela y el documental by Geiger, Brenna

    Esta investigación centra en el uso del dopaje por atletas que juegan a nivel profesional a través de una representación de este fenómeno presentado en la novela escrita por Eugenio Fuentes en 2009, Contrarreloj y también las representaciones y discusiones presentes en dos documentales distintos, “Doping Top Secret: Brazil’s Twelfth Man. Deceit in the land of football” (2018) y “The Race to Dope” (2016). Aborda tres temas en particular que son la dramatización del dopaje, la transformación del cuerpo y la nacionalidad relacionada con el deporte. Es importante reconocer y aprender sobre esta faceta oscura para tener una idea completa del mundo de los deportes y pensar en el impacto de su importancia en nuestra sociedad.

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    Emma Goldman by Falk, Candace

    Candace Falk, Goldman biographer and director of the Emma Goldman Papers Project, uncovers the history and legacy of this influential American anarchist. Since 1980, the Emma Goldman Papers Project at the University of California-Berkeley has collected, organized, and edited tens of thousands of documents by and about Goldman from around the world. The leading authority on Goldman, Falk is the author of "Love, Anarchy, and Emma Goldman". Part of Notable Lectures & Performances series, Colorado College. Recorded September 23, 2010.

  • Thumbnail for WomynSpeak [2008-2009 v. 14 no. 2 Spring]
    WomynSpeak [2008-2009 v. 14 no. 2 Spring] by Colorado College. Dept. of Feminist and Gender Studies

    WomynSpeak is a publication "dedicated to the free expression of Colorado College womyn created by the Feminist and Gender Studies interns."

  • Thumbnail for WomynSpeak [2008-2009 v. 14 no. 1 Winter]
    WomynSpeak [2008-2009 v. 14 no. 1 Winter] by Colorado College. Dept. of Feminist and Gender Studies

    WomynSpeak is a publication "dedicated to the free expression of Colorado College womyn created by the Feminist and Gender Studies interns."

  • Thumbnail for The monthly rag [2009-2010 Block 1]
    The monthly rag [2009-2010 Block 1] by Colorado College. Dept. of Feminist and Gender Studies

    The Monthly Rag, a publication of the Feminist and Gender Studies interns, is found affixed to toilet stall walls around the Colorado College campus.

  • Thumbnail for The monthly rag [2009-2010 Block 6]
    The monthly rag [2009-2010 Block 6] by Colorado College. Dept. of Feminist and Gender Studies

    The Monthly Rag, a publication of the Feminist and Gender Studies interns, is found affixed to toilet stall walls around the Colorado College campus.

  • Thumbnail for The monthly rag [2009-2010 Block 3]
    The monthly rag [2009-2010 Block 3] by Colorado College. Dept. of Feminist and Gender Studies

    The Monthly Rag, a publication of the Feminist and Gender Studies interns, is found affixed to toilet stall walls around the Colorado College campus.

  • Thumbnail for The monthly rag [2009-2010 Block 4]
    The monthly rag [2009-2010 Block 4] by Colorado College. Dept. of Feminist and Gender Studies

    The Monthly Rag, a publication of the Feminist and Gender Studies interns, is found affixed to toilet stall walls around the Colorado College campus.

  • Thumbnail for The monthly rag [2012-2013 Block 4]
    The monthly rag [2012-2013 Block 4] by Colorado College. Dept. of Feminist and Gender Studies

    The Monthly Rag, a publication of the Feminist and Gender Studies interns, is found affixed to toilet stall walls around the Colorado College campus. Issue incorrectly identified as Block IX.

  • Thumbnail for The Monthly Rag [2015-2016 Block 3]
    The Monthly Rag [2015-2016 Block 3]

    The Monthly Rag, a publication of the Feminist and Gender Studies interns, is found affixed to toilet stall walls around the Colorado College campus.

  • Thumbnail for The Monthly Rag [2016-2017 Block 1]
    The Monthly Rag [2016-2017 Block 1] by Andrews, Jazlyn

    The Monthly Rag, a publication of the Feminist and Gender Studies interns, is found affixed to toilet stall walls around the Colorado College campus.

  • Thumbnail for Shattering Glass Ceilings: 21st Century Feminism in North American Sororities
    Shattering Glass Ceilings: 21st Century Feminism in North American Sororities by Potter, Ariel

    Sororities in the United States were founded on values of radical feminism and created an intentional space to promote academic excellence and professionalism for collegiate women. With a heavy emphasis on traditions and rituals that were created in the past, sororities have struggled to maintain contemporary. As an institution, sororities continue to promote values of radical feminism, but lose effectiveness due to a lacking modernization that aligns sentiments with actions. The existing literature on this topic focuses primarily on aspects of sororities that are built on an outdated feminist agenda. This paper examines the source of this disconnect in order to encourage sororities to make necessary alterations and evolve into a space for contemporary radical feminism. In an effort to address this disparity, I conducted a small qualitative case study on the sororities at Colorado College.

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    The Roles of Women in Opera by Porten, Bethany Cattleya

    My capstone project delves into the world of opera and its traditions with this concept in mind. Presenting discourse criticizing the classic and contemporary roles of women in opera, this capstone analyzes examples of mistreated women in opera between the seventeenth and twentieth centuries—the time when opera was at its peak in both interest and production. These historic observations are juxtaposed with the contemporary opera L’Amour de Loin and female composer Kaija Saariaho. An analysis of these works illuminates an adverse and misogynistic trend in the treatment of the female characters. Furthermore, the prevalent performance of these works continues to perpetuate an outdated and unjust view of women in the industry today. Through the analysis of the contemporary work L’Amour de Loin and its female composer Kaija Saariaho, I take an anti-essentialist view; suggesting that there is no inherent difference between an opera composed by either gender. Regardless, the objectified and exploited operatic woman is so instilled in this genre, that Saariaho herself suffers in this industry. This exploration of women in opera identifies two categories that operatic women: victims and femme fatales. These portrayals are problematic for several reasons. They pigeonhole women into an unfair erroneous binary spectrum, instill outdated and misogynistic views on women’s rights, and come from an exclusively male perspective. Two case studies for each category present this discourse: Mozart’s Don Giovanni (1787) and Pucinni’s Madama Butterfly (1903) for portrayals of women as victims, and Bizet’s Carmen (1875) and Berg’s Lulu (1937) for women portraying femme fatales.

  • Thumbnail for COLLEGEGRRRL : an alternative magazine for the liberal arts woman [2014-2015 Block 6]
    COLLEGEGRRRL : an alternative magazine for the liberal arts woman [2014-2015 Block 6] by Foley, Caroline

    A magazine created by Colorado College students as part of the course, FG200 Introduction to Feminist Thought, taught by Assistant Professor Heidi Lewis during Block 6, 2014.

  • Thumbnail for The monthly rag [2012-2013 Block 2]
    The monthly rag [2012-2013 Block 2] by Colorado College. Dept. of Feminist and Gender Studies

    The Monthly Rag, a publication of the Feminist and Gender Studies interns, is found affixed to toilet stall walls around the Colorado College campus.

  • Thumbnail for The monthly rag [2012-2013 Block 6]
    The monthly rag [2012-2013 Block 6] by Colorado College. Dept. of Feminist and Gender Studies

    The Monthly Rag, a publication of the Feminist and Gender Studies interns, is found affixed to toilet stall walls around the Colorado College campus.

  • Thumbnail for The Monthly Rag [2015-2016 Block 4]
    The Monthly Rag [2015-2016 Block 4]

    The Monthly Rag, a publication of the Feminist and Gender Studies interns, is found affixed to toilet stall walls around the Colorado College campus.

  • Thumbnail for The monthly rag [2011-2012 Block 2]
    The monthly rag [2011-2012 Block 2] by Colorado College. Dept. of Feminist and Gender Studies

    The Monthly Rag, a publication of the Feminist and Gender Studies interns, is found affixed to toilet stall walls around the Colorado College campus.