Each article’s summary should be approximately 2 double spaced pages and must be submitted prior to class via Brightspace
Critical summaries provide the opportunity to demonstrate your understanding of the course readings while staying on schedule; they also help you come to class with ideas, questions, and thoughts to contribute to discussions. Only one summary on one reading per week is permitted.
Stanley, Eric. 2011. “Introduction: Fugitive Flesh: Gender Self-Determination, Queer Abolition, and trans resistance”?” In Captive Genders: Trans Embodiment and the Prison Industrial Complex, Edinburgh: AK Press, pp. 1-11.
Oparah, Julia C. 2012. “Feminism and the (Trans)gender Entrapment of Gender Nonconforming Prisoners.” UCLA Women’s Law Journal 18 (2): 239-272.
1.What are the main goals of the text? How does /do the author(s) aim to achieve these goals?
2.What are the specific arguments advanced by the author(s) in the text and how they are supported?
3. What are the theories/theoretical frameworks and /or concepts that are engaged within the text?
4.What Is The Specific Conclusion Of The text?