“Patriarchy makes men Crazy and Stupid”

Good article.  You can see in any group that it is ipso natura empowered within a larger framework, that they are not as with-it as other groups… such as the stereotypical Japanese married man who doesn’t even know where his underwear lives.

You can readily see the corollary presented in the article playing out within the post-Civil-War South.

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  1. Off topic, are you teaching 1302 at CCCC this upcoming Fall? I am at UTD, but I was thinking about taking my history at CCCC if you were offering a course. They are out at UTD.

    I made my website link a link to my email.

  2. Happycrow

     /  July 11, 2008

    Tarrant Southeast for certain, possibly DCCCD at Mountainview, but I’m no longer with CCCC.

  3. Damn, looks like I’m going to have to take my UL history course my first semester. It’s medieval history though, should be exciting enough to keep my grade good.

  4. Happycrow

     /  July 11, 2008

    Glad you asked, at least… I have one student in Dallas who yanked her schedule six ways to sunday so she could take my course for her last semester… and it’s very unlikely I’ll be giving the section she tried to take. (ow)


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