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When Humanities Professors Watch Sex And The City
"According to some scholars, Sarah Jessica Parker's much-scrutinized protagonist is a feminist icon; according to others, she's a post-feminist icon. She's a philosopher in the 19th-century European tradition and the quintessential damsel in distress, a gay-rights poster child in Asia and somehow also a xenophobic bigot." The Atlantic 01/14/13
Posted January 18, 2013 12:46 AM

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