We see considerable evolution of ideas and concerns from Wollstonecraft to Butler. For example, Wollstonecraft is primarily concerned with property and suffrage rights, while Woolf ponders the lack of literary foremothers and Butler posits a theory of gender that divorces itself from the term woman. Engage with all of these women, and discuss the variations in concerns and/or the demands of each historical period or how each generation builds upon the achievements of the previous.
Paper Comments Sources include: Mary Wollestencraft – Vindication
Virginia Woolf – Shakespeare’s Sister
Judith Butler – Undoing Gender
Incorporating creative ideas and opinions on each subject, going through on how they evolved from one another.