How do we speak about teaching gender through Hispanic texts in a world riveted by images, in the context of seemingly instant access to globalized mass media? How do we approach the issue of gender in a "post-feminist" era marked by discussions on "undoing gender" and post-humanist notions? Following Patti Lather's (1991, 2001) seminal pedagogical strategy that consists of focusing on an event from different ideological standpoints so that students may become aware of the implications of each paradigm, this chapter offers a variety of feminist approaches to analyze Maria Victoria Menis's (2008) Camara oscura [Camera Obscura], and Albertina Carri's (2008) La rabia [Anger], underscoring the pedagogical implications of each standpoint (pp. 159-161).
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