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Julie Shayne, PhD Lecturer Univ Washington, Bothell Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences Affiliate Associate Professor Univ Washington, Seattle Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies Latin American and Caribbean Studies © ~ Julie Shayne
Case studies about social movements Combined w/ discussions of activist-scholar tensions Image by Claudia Denegri; accessed from http://ilga.org/ilga/en/article/n01NvGz1mP © ~ Julie Shayne
Degrees Romance Languages & Lit Cultural Studies Psychology & Quantitative Methods Women’s Studies American Studies Theater Latin American History English Teaching Sociology Cultural & Social Anthro Departments Spanish Psychology African Studies Theater Education Writing Program Latin American Lit Cultural Studies Creative Writing Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences Anthropology © ~ Julie Shayne
Cases: Underground libraries, human rights & theater, feminist community media & video, domestic violence & immigrants, sex work advocacy, exile, rural feminism, and writing & reading as activism Themes: Stories; fusion of activism, scholarship, theory, & reflection: praxis; resulting academic tensions © ~ Julie Shayne
Margaret Randall, writer, poet, photographer, activist, and professor talks about decades of taking political, personal, and academic risks Background image from http://www.margaretrandall.org © ~ Julie Shayne
Themes in the Intro: 1) Passion project 2) Activist scholarship 3) Stories 4) The book as transnational feminist theory 5) About risks © ~ Julie Shayne
Texts, Stories, and Activism © ~ Julie Shayne
Power of language to oppress and liberate Tension: Exile Image from the Ottawa International Writers Festival webpage © ~ Julie Shayne
Representation of memory and absence in fiction and national monuments Tension: Why read? Why learn? Photos from: Dolff-Bonekamper, Gabi. (2002). “Sites of hurtful memory.” In Getty Conservation Institute Newsletter. 17.2 Summer © ~ Julie Shayne
Chilean exile feminism in Vancouver, BC Tension: Sociology vs. social history Images from They Used to Call Us Witches (Lexington 2009) © ~ Julie Shayne
Independent library movement in Cuba Tension: Academic freedom versus political activism Photo by: Orlando Luis Pardo http://vocescubanas.com/boringhomeutopics © ~ Julie Shayne
Performed Stories of Social Justice © ~ Julie Shayne
Counter-narratives of Medellín in their own words Tensions: Building a transnational archive among community and academy; mobility of stories vs. mobility of the women who tell them Photos by Tamera Marko © ~ Julie Shayne
Community media collectives in Venezuela Tension Activist scholarship & intl. solidarity Photos by Robin Garcia © ~ Julie Shayne
Uncovering the stories of the women of Ciudad Juarez Tension: Insider/outsider engagement in human rights issues through artistic representation Photo by ©Jorge Uzon/AFP, Amnesty International http://www.utsa.edu/today/2003/11/juarez.cfm © ~ Julie Shayne
Activist Stories from the Grassroots © ~ Julie Shayne
Sex worker advocacy in Bahia, Brazil Tension: How being an African American woman, often presumed to be a sex worker, effected her research “Without shame of being a prostitute … Without shame, garota. You have a profession” From: http://www.pautafria.blogger.com.br/ © ~ Julie Shayne
Latina immigrant survivors of intimate partner violence struggles for autonomy & citizenship in the U.S. Tensions: Researcher/activist and insider/outsider “My Soul Has Survived” by Andrea Wellnetz arte-ana.com/virtual_gallery/exhibits/corazon_exhibit03/gallery_exhibit_heart7 © ~ Julie Shayne
Discussion of rural feminism in Nicaragua Tension: Oral history vs. quantitative psychology From: Movimiento Autónomo de Mujeres (MAM) facebook. Background image from This Week In History webpage © ~ Julie Shayne
Interdisciplinary spaces are more open to activist scholarship and activist scholars must use our cultural capital in service of social justice © ~ Julie Shayne
Personal narrative on career versus quality of life Anacortes, WA (Sept ‘11) Lopez Island, WA (Sept ‘12) © ~ Julie Shayne
email@example.com www.julieshayne.net 425.352.3182 © ~ Julie Shayne
UW Bothell Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences UW Seattle Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies & Latin American and Caribbean Studies copyright Julie Shayne.
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