Gender, Race & Nuclear Weapons

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This online teaching resource, created using the open-source software Xerte, prepared by Dr. Anne Harrington, contains informational slides, additional videos, and Dr. Harrington’s video lecture. It is a comprehensive tool to familiarize students with issues like the feminist position on nuclear weapons, non-violent resistance to nuclear weapons, and the feminist critique of technostrategic language. Besides the offered explainer videos and slides, it also includes short online quizzes for students to test their reading comprehension.

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Total activity time 50 min
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  • Students will learn about how non-violent movements countered nuclear weapons programs, including the Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp in the UK and opposition from the civil rights movement in the US. They will Learn about how gendered language supports and enables the nuclear enterprise.

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