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ENG 273: International Steampunk Literature & Culture (Fall 2014; Spring 2016)

My ENG 273: Studies in International Literature course focuses on international steampunk literature. A sub-genre of science fiction and fantasy, steampunk literature involves an alternate historical and retro-futuristic re-imagining of nineteenth-century literature and culture. Specifically, it is concerned with how … Continue reading

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#SteampunkHands Around the World 2016 ~ A Few of My Favorite Steampunk Things

Though words are my usual form of expression as an academic, I decided to use images and words to show you a few of my favorite things about steampunk because so much of steampunk is about involves playing with boundaries … Continue reading

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The Afterlife of Ether: Victorian Pseudosciences, Ether, and John Davidson’s “Fleet Street”

Hi, Stockton Faculty and Students! Thank you for a wonderful event on Monday. On this page, you will find additional information on the Victorian period, pseudosciences, ether, John Davidson’s “Fleet Street,” steampunk, and suggestions for further inquiry. Please feel free … Continue reading

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GSW 201: Introduction to LGBTQ Studies (Spring 2014; Spring 2015)

This course will provide an introduction into Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) Studies. Considering LGBTQ Studies as an interdisciplinary field, this course will focus on how the central concepts of sexual orientation and gender identity work within history, … Continue reading

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ENG 284: Science Fiction & Fantasy Literature (Spring 2015)

Working from an expansive conception of what constitutes science fiction and fantasy literature, this class will explore how these genres have constructed and deconstructed gender identity and sexuality at the intersections of race, class, ethnicity, imperialism, ability, and age. Examining … Continue reading

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Community Organizations for Service-Learning Component of GSW 301

I’m adding a service-learning component to my WOM 301: Introduction to LGBTQ Studies and Queer Theory course at UW-Waukesha. Below are organizations that students could potentially work with to complete the service-learning requirements of the course. I would be very … Continue reading

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