“Feminist Breeding: A Conduit to Radical Girlhood”
Alisha Larson, women’s and gender studies major, explores parenthood in relation to ruling hegemonic influence and idealistic views on child rearing. Through this understanding, the deconstruction of such is inevitable, advancing the visibility of girls as independent from, not in relation to, boys. With reference to Foucault, de Beauvoir, hooks, and Iragaray, egalitarian feminist parenting transforms itself into a thoughtful contribution to culture vis-a-vis Marxist thought. Presented by EWU Women’s Studies Center.