Jul 20, 2017

Cheryl Dunye and Takemoto

This paper concentrates on the primary theme of Cheryl Dunye and Takemoto in which you have to explain and evaluate its intricate aspects in detail. In addition to this, this paper has been reviewed and purchased by most of the students hence; it has been rated 4.8 points on the scale of 5 points. Besides, the price of this paper starts from £ 40. For more details and full access to the paper, please refer to the site.

Cheryl Dunye and Takemoto


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Original order instructions:

write a final paper that juxtaposes and evaluates two of the author`s assigned materials (Cheryl Dunye (5 files) and Takemoto (2 files)) and makes an argument that demonstrates an understanding of how two guest speakers’ chosen methodologies, frameworks, and/or formats come out of their intellectual training, community engagement, and desired interventions. Students should revisit the assigned materials in light of both the guest speaker’s presentation and the semester-long discussions about feminist interventions, broadly understood. Final papers should address how the materials/speakers engage with the

intersections of gender, race, sexuality, citizenship, and other axes of identity and experience, and should include discussion of additional texts that one or more of the authors or guests reference The paper should reflect a cumulative understanding of feminist interventions in different fields and community spaces.

Important notes:

don`t forget that you must bring in two additional scholarly sources (articles, chapters, books) that are cited in one or both of the author`s materials) you are discussing and that these materials are in the service of you making your argument.

3. Don`t forget you are making an argument about the materials you select, not just telling me what they are about. Specifically, you are being asked to make an argument about how the form and content/theme of the interventions are related or work together. In discussing your materials, think about who the audience might be, the communities they are working with, the type of intervention they are trying to make, the stakes of their intervention, and how they select a form that matches their goals.

4. Evaluate their accomplishments, formal strategies, compare/contrast their ways of approach, why they are important (make an argument), blurring between fiction and non fiction, what can their work evaluate and why is it important etc...



Name Course Professor Date Reflection Paper This paper exposes and evaluates the works of Cheryl Dunye and Takemoto in the intervention in the marginalized and their fight for liberation. Thesis statement: Capturing the memories of the past for instance through photography is of major importance as memories can help in the fight for rights within the community. The enslavement of blacks in America, although outlawed several decades ago, has had a negative effect on black women today and this slavery is attributed to the history of queer behavior of African America women. The Japanese American concentration camps played a role in the development of queer desires formed around same sex relationships among Japanese Americans. Through their art which included works of fiction and photography, Cheryl Dunye and Tina Takemoto learned about the existence of queer behaviors in the community. They used their documentaries as a method of intervention and to support the fight for the rights of gay people within the community and to speak for the oppressed who include African American women and Japanese Americans. Several authors have acknowledged the power and importance of memories in the fight for rights in the community. Stories should pass through generations if they must be nurtured, modeled and identified. This helps people to reflect on the past and change the undesirable habits and practices for the good of every person regardless of their culture. The presence of Onuma&rsquo...

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