1/2 cup carrot, diced 6 cups quinoa, cooked (basic recipe) 1/2 cup green onion, diced 1/4 cup olive oil 1/4 cup celery, diced 2 cloves garlic, crushed 1/4 cup green pepper, diced 1 cup almonds, sliced 1/4 cup sweet red pepper, diced 1/4 tsp oregano salt to taste
Twentieth-century representations frequently recycle enduring paradoxes surrounding children, imagining them as simultaneously idiot and savant, perverse and innocent, imperiled by and a danger to society. We might say that the child is a decidedly "queer" figure---one that not only occupies an exceptional or peculiar position in relation to the social order, but also unsettles or "queers" normative distinctions between nature and culture. To make sense of this contradictory queerness of children, we will consider a range of literary and scientific discourses, to critically examine their cautionary or hopeful stance regarding children, including: philosophy (Rousseau, Benjamin), anthropology (Niuwenhuys), psychoanalysis (Freud), developmental psychology (Miller, Bettelheim), sociology (Chalfen), queer theory (Stockton, Edelman), critical theory (Berlant), and media theory (Cartwright, Higonnet). We will pay particular attention to alternative, minor, and non-Western practices that define childhood more fluidly, assessing their challenges for debates regarding child labor and sexuality. Media will include cartoons (/The Jungle Book/), fairy tales (/Hansel and Gretel/), mainstream (/Children of Men/), documentary (/My Kid Could Paint That/), and ethnographic films (/Babies!/), human rights media (/Invisible Children/), and reproductive and gay rights campaigns (/It Gets Better /project). [Counts for Track C] At least 2 intro courses (or at least 1 intro course and one 2000-level course). /One intro course should be in the relevant Tracks M or C - Or by permission of instructor. Prerequisite(s): At least 2 intro courses (or at least 1 intro course and one 2000-level course). /One intro course should be in the relevant Tracks M or C - Or by permission of instructor.
When I was done with my appointment at the local morgue (Aunt Susan died and I had to work out the arrangements for the wake...that bitch...even when she's dead she's an annoyance) I started to head over to the school to pick up my dumbass kids. They were all like, "Mom, feed me. I'm so hungry because you didn't give me lunch money today and I didn't eat breakfast." And I was like "No hablas ingles" and they were like "Mom, we know that you speak english, who are you kidding?" So I killed them.
Getting a hair cut from Zach