Re: sexism and bitterness


Subject: Re: sexism and bitterness
From: Phil Thomson (hellomynameisphil@gmail.com)
Date: Mon Aug 22 2005 - 12:25:20 EDT


Yes, I agree. I don't think that the institutional practice of ea can
be separated from ea as a canon or aesthetic or whatever. I think it's
critically urgent to maintain an open discussion on such important
issues and find it deplorable to see that there are efforts to shut
down this discussion because someone is "sick of it".

PT

On 8/22/05, Casey Schenkofsky <caseyschenkofsky@gmail.com> wrote:
> As a person of biracial ancestry who has taken undergraduate level EA
> courses in the U.S., I appreciate Ms. Seltzer's comments, and hope
> that she will continue to post here on the aforementioned issues in
> EA. Posts/dialogue focusing on inclusivity/exclusivity and
> institutional hierarchies are critical to my personal and professional
> understanding of EA in academia and elsewhere.
>
> On 8/21/05, miriam clinton (iriXx) <iriXx@irixx.org> wrote:
> > Could we please give it a rest with the posts on sexism, bitterness and
> > the citing of specific incidences (which when published, without
> > evidence, are at risk of libel both to CEC and to the poster).
> >
> > Personally I'm sick of hearing about it and would like to get on with
> > discussing E/A.
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> > Miriam Clinton.
> >
> > --
> > 99% of aliens prefer Earth
> > --Eminem
> >
> > www.iriXx.org
> > www.copyleftmedia.org.uk
> >
> >
>
>

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