Formatting: 5–7 pages MLA format of writing (not including images, bibliography/work cited, title page); 1.5 spacing; size 12 font; and standard margins.
Your paper must be an intersectional analysis of how gender and at least one other social category inform one of the areas of discussion below. Think of what I outline below as a launching point for your final paper topic. I am not providing an exhaustive list, but some framing themes for you to consider for your paper.
Regardless of your topic, in your paper, you must:
-have a clearly stated thesis (this should be stated by the end of your first page),
-define all key concepts and terms (assume I know nothing),
-and consider gender and at least one other social category in your analysis(intersectional analysis).
-draw on the two academic sources that are provided in the drop file and at least two additional outside peer-reviewed academic sources (the links below)
-include at least one of the identified articles below the prompt of your choosing.
This means, your bibliography/works cited would have at least four academic sources in addition to at least one of the additional readings noted below.