Sex And Gender Reading List

upcoming epistemic injustice

Captain Awkward—Ray's job
Search term "painfully literal dude"

Carmen Maria Machado, Her Body and Other Stories

Jose Medina, The Epistemology of Resistance

Myisha Cherry, "Moral Anger, Motivation, and Productivity"

Routledge Handbook on Epistemic Injustice
-Medina's article is about hermeneutical death, and Stacey is excited about it

Race and Epistemologies of Ignorance Anthology
-Alcoff: Epistemologies of Ignorance: Three Types - done
-Bailey: Strategic Ignorance
-Hoagland: Denying Relationality: Epistemology and Ethics and Ignorance
-Taylor: Race Problems, Unknown Publics, Paralysis, and Faith
-Code: The Power of Ignorance

Tuana: Coming to Understand.

Social Epistemology: Essential Readings anthology (Goldman and Whitcomb)

Pedagogy of the Oppressed

other stuff

Robin Dembroff's dissertation

Something on class. Probably Stuart Hall ("race is the modality through which class is lived"). Jason should find the right thing to read. Jason is stuck on this because he's really looking for a theory of class that's more general than the traditional Marxist one. Anyone got any ideas?

Cultural appropriation week—come up with things to read—ask Jonathan Ichikawa Jenkins

Find Star Trek episodes about multiculturalism (?)

The thing that Ripley has a PDF of that Liam likes — we think this was Icy Slopes. I'm not hearing anyone else have any enthusiasm for this, and I'm not convinced it's relevant to our other topics, even though I like it a lot for its own sake. Shall we scrap it? Jason

Miranda Fricker on hermeneutic injustice

Something by Dembroff on gender and sexual identity—maybe invite Dembroff to present something new

Anderson, "Imperative of Integration"

Sarah Richardson, "Sex Itself: The Search for Male and Female in the Human Genome"

Interface of epistemic justice and Gricean pragmatics.

Something about medical necessity

Something about know-it-all-ness and weirdness in kids