From theoretical analysis to practical teaching tools, Teaching Feminist Activism is an indispensable guide for all educators seeking to link feminist theory and activism to their teaching. Themes for the collection include: exploring the relationship between feminist practice and Women's Studies pedagogy, demonstrating how feminist activism can be incorporated into introductory courses as well as senior seminars, and the particular challenges of integrating these methods into classroom practice. Also included are resources such as web sites, videos, recommended texts, and additional course outlines. With all original essays, this is the first collection of its kind to offer a sensible guide for constructing a feminist pedagogy both in theory and practice.
Nancy Naples is Associate Professor of Sociology and Women's Studies at the University of Connecticut, and the author of several books including Community Activism and Feminist Politics. Karen Bojar is Professor of English and Women's Studies at the Community College of Philadelphia.
Release date NZ
July 18th, 2002
Edited by Karen Bojar
Edited by Nancy A. Naples
Country of Publication
Routledge Member of the Taylor and Francis Group
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