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Topic: What is the cultural significance of Paris is Burning to studies in sexual and gender diversity today?

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For this assignment, you will write a 3-page response paper that utilizes an intersectional lens to answer the question “What is the cultural significance of Paris is Burning to studies in sexual and gender diversity today?” In other words, how/why is this documentary film, which was made in 1989, still relevant or important today? In what ways does the film illustrate important themes in the course and/or make you think critically about power, privilege, and oppression in the context of the film and more generally in society?
You must include at least one (1) course reading to support your response. The brief news articles below will also be helpful in forming your response.
Clark, Ashley. “Burning Down the House: Why the Debate over Paris is Burning Rages on.” The Guardian, Jun. 24, 2015.
Green, Jesse. “Paris has Burned.” The New York Times. Apr. 18, 1993.
[“Paris has Burned” by J. Green, in Word docx.]
Formatting Guidelines:
• Include a References/Works Cited page (not included in total page count).

Topics to discuss:
– impact of the film to LGBQT+ identity
– race and racism
– classism
– and even transphobia

Links to the Readings you need to use and reference:

– https://www.theguardian.com/film/2015/jun/24/burning-down-the-house-debate-paris-is-burning

-https://www.nytimes.com/1993/04/18/style/paris-has-burned.html


• Use 12 pt. Times New Roman black font, double spacing, 1” margins all around.
• ASA formatting.
Rubric for PIB Film Response

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