“Viola’s Bookshelf is a new project blog dedicated to publishing altered out of copyright, or creative commons licensed fiction, where the character’s genders have been reversed. The idea behind this is to help provide an understanding of gender construction in fiction and to an extent in everyday life.”

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Viola’s Bookshelf is here. Via Hoyden About Town.

Once electronic textbooks are more usable and adaptable, it would be interesting to do some gender bending of the language of judicial opinions, to see if holdings, and the rules derived from them, still sound reasonable and just. See generally.

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  2. bob coley jr says:

    It will be very interesting to see the results and responces to this project. And for those whose job it is too assess me, like in the story at the linked site, I didn’t do it, I know nothing about it, I wasn’t home at the time, to the best of my recolection at this point in time.