Research in Ethnic Studies 

Ethnic Studies 191, Fall 2010 Office:  SSB 227 Office hours:
Professor Ross Frank  Phone:  (858) 534-6646
Wed. 1-3pm
SSB 103, Wed. 10am -12:50 pm    
Thurs. 10-11am & by appt.

  In-class exercise - Introduction

Please read:

McClintock, Anne. "Introduction: Postcolonialism and the Angel of Progress." Imperial Leather : Race, Gender, and Sexuality in the Colonial Contest. New York: Routledge, 1995. 1-17.

These are the questions we will discuss in class:

1) What research project does the author describe in the introduction?

2) What research question (or questions) does the project pose?

3) How does the author situate the project in relation to other work done on the topic?

4) What methodology (or methodologies) does the research project employ?

5) How does the author situate her own position as an academic researcher in relation to the subject(s) studied?


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