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Georgia’s On My Mind…

As we near a hugely consequential election, I present a tribute to Georgia via “Designing Women,” excerpted from my forthcoming book on growing up with television.

Discussing the history of representations of women and feminism, Susan Douglas describes this as the media “tak[ing] away with one hand what they had just given us…




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Susan Bordo

Susan Bordo

Cultural historian, media critic, feminist scholar. Website: bordocrossings.com

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