Harum Karim Thomas’ article in Computers and Composition Online sets up Butler and performativity as a teaching tool. Thomas describes performativity and then shares a three-part assignment that incorporates identity, Ulmer’s popcycle, and notions of performativity through language.
Module for students on Butler’s notions of gender and sex.
Module for students on Butler’s performativity.
Clancy Ratliff’s draft of a brief encyclopedia article on performativity and citational practices.
A short article describing the history of performativity.
Performativity related to citizenship and democracy.
A detailed example of interpellation for students (particularly in a rhetoric course).
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