Monthly Archives: November 2017

Cafe Discussion #7

Group Members: Hannah, McKenzie, Sarah Written by Sarah Hannah, McKenzie, and I all agreed that “Locations of Culture” by Homi Bhabha was one of the more challenging articles that we have had to read so far. Since we only covered … Continue reading

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Cafe Discussion

We discussed the article Live Life More Selfishly: An On-line Gay Advice Column in Japan by McLelland. We talked about the major themes of the article. The article discusses how being gay in Japan is accepted, however it is not openly … Continue reading

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Café Discussion Entry 6

As we more extensively discussed Bell Hooks’s article “Postmodern Blackness”  in class, we chose to focus our Cafe Discussion on “The Organization of Hate” by Sara Ahmed.  I began the discussion by mentioning Ahmed’s use of the term bodies throughout … Continue reading

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Cafe Discussion #5 – McKenzie, Hannah, and Sarah

Group Members: McKenzie, Hannah, and Sarah Written By: McKenzie   The reading Post-colonial Critical Theories by Selmon talks about the a various of different aspects that come into play after colonial powers leaves the country they once occupied. Picking up … Continue reading

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Rinzin & Sadaf: Cafe Blog Post 6

One thing Sadaf and I agreed on upon talking about this article is that the meaning and the name “postcolonial countries” which did not sit well with us. Rinzin: “I understand why Selmon used postcolonialism in this article as there … Continue reading

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