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Time Machines, Refrigerators, Supers and Sex An Analysis of Comic-book Troupes Through Barbara Gordon

Original Essay written for a university course on Disability and Sexuality-

Using popular culture to analyze a moment in time from the dominant societal perspective can be a powerful tool of cultural analysis and comic-books are arguably one of the most lush bodies of this kind of evidence. 2,168 more words


Link to our radio show on March 31 2015.

Here is another show link.

Our show on March 31 featured a topic that we all need to think about.  Accessible bathrooms.

Where they are, what they need to be like, etc. 10 more words

Link to our radio show for April 7 2015.

I am so sorry for the long absence in putting our shows on the blog.

The time sure flies by and work has been very busy. 78 more words

Power in numbers: The impact of teaching evaluations

Originally published at charlatan.ca

As you prepare for your final exams with a groggy smile and large coffee in your hand, your inbox dings with a new email from the school with the subject line: “Carleton Teaching Evaluations.” 1,357 more words


The End (or is it?)

It was a wild ride of a semester, and ultimately, things just didn’t go the way I had planned or hoped. I was so excited for this course, so excited to learn something completely new in the context of my history degree program that I’ve become so disenchanted with. 200 more words

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Chris gives a TEDx talk at TEDxCarletonU

Last night, Chris was one of 12 speakers to deliver a talk at TEDxCarletonU. Below are some multimedia and social media snippets leading up to (and extending into) the event. 126 more words

Latest News

Consent Is Mandatory: Carleton’s New Task Force

By: Brianne Smith

On March 11, The Rideau River Residence Association launched a new task force targeting sexual violence and harassment on campus. It aims to improve safety conditions on campus, ultimately reduce the amount of sexual assaults and monitor how the university responds to incidents of this nature. 392 more words