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Education Feminism
Classic and Contemporary Readings
Education Feminism
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Barbara J. Thayer-Bacon - Editor
Lynda Stone - Editor
Katharine M. Sprecher - Editor
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Hardcover - 498 pages
Release Date: December 2013
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ISBN13: 978-1-4384-4895-4

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2015 Critics Choice Book Award, presented bythe American Educational Studies Association (AESA)

Collection of important essays by feminist scholars from cultural studies, philosophy of education, curriculum theory, and women’s studies.


Education Feminism is a revised and updated version of Lynda Stone’s out-of-print anthology, The Education Feminism Reader. The text is intended as a course text and provides students a foundational base in feminist theories in education. The classics section is comprised of the readings that students have most responded to in classes. The contemporary readings section demonstrates how the third-wave feminist criticism of the 1990s has an impact on today’s feminist work. Both of these sections address critical multicultural educational issues and have an inclusive, diverse selection of feminist scholars who bring race, class, sexual orientation, religious practices, and colonial/postcolonial perspectives to bear on their work. The individual essays are concise and well written and arranged in such a way that it is easy for instructors to assign them around themes of their own choosing.

“The incredible value of this fine collection is that it demonstrates what it means to critically consider, interrogate, and challenge historic and contemporary ideas regarding educational equity while using these very ideas to imagine new possibilities. It will serve as an indispensable resource in graduate classrooms where students can use the text to ground and forward explorations of the necessarily complex considerations of equity in education today.” — Adela C. Licona, coeditor of Feminist Pedagogy: Looking Back to Move Forward

Barbara J. Thayer-Bacon is Professor of Philosophy of Education and Cultural Studies at the University of Tennessee. Her books include Beyond Liberal Democracy in Schools: The Power of Pluralism. Lynda Stone is Professor of Philosophy of Education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is the coeditor (with A. G. Rud and Jim Garrison) of John Dewey at 150: Reflections for a New Century. Katharine M. Sprecher is Instructor of Critical Studies in Educational Foundations at Ohio University.


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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Notes to the Text

Introduction
Barbara J. Thayer-Bacon

CLASSICS

I. Education and Schooling

1. Male Hegemony, Social Class, and Women’s Education (1982)
Madeleine Arnot

2. Excluding Women from the Educational Realm (1982)
Jane Roland Martin

3. Race, Class, and Gender: Prospects for an All-Inclusive Sisterhood (1983)
Bonnie Thornton Dill

4. Toward Understanding the Educational Trajectory and Socialization of Latina Women (1988)
Ruth Enid Zambrana

5. Conception, Contradiction, and Curriculum (1988)
Madeleine R. Grumet

6. Only the Fittest of the Fittest Will Survive: Black Women and Education (1989)
Barbara McKellar

II. Teaching and Pedagogy

7. Toward a Transformational Theory of Teaching (1988)
Lynda Stone

8. An Ethic of Caring and Its Implications for Instructional Arrangements (1988)
Nel Noddings

9. The Absent Presence: Patriarchy, Capitalism, and the Nature of Teacher Work (1987)
Patti Lather

10. Schooling and Radicalisation: Life Histories of New Zealand Feminist Teachers (1987)
Sue Middleton

11. Why Doesn’t This Feel Empowering?: Working through the Repressive Myths of Critical Pedagogy (1989)
Elizabeth Ellsworth

12. Dysconscious Racism: Ideology, Identity, and the Miseducation of Teachers (1991)
Joyce E. King

13. When is a Singing School (Not) a Chorus?: The Emancipatory Agenda in Feminist Pedagogy and Literature Education (1993)
Deanne Bogdan

CONTEMPORARY

I. Education and Schooling

14. Gender Disidentification: The Perils of the Post-Gender Condition (2000)
Cris Mayo

15. Situated Moral Agency: Why it Matters? (2003)
Barbara Applebaum

16. Not the Color Purple: Black Feminist Lessons for Educational Caring (1998)
Audrey Thompson

17. Befriending Girls as an Educational Life-Practice (2003)
Susan Laird

18. Befriending (White) Women Faculty in Higher Education? (2011)
Barbara J. Thayer-Bacon

19. Ecofeminism as a Pedagogical Project: Women, Nature, and Education (2007)
Huey-li Li

20. Transformando Fronteras: Chicana Feminist Transformative Pedagogies (2001)
C. Alejandra Elenes

II. Teaching and Pedagogy

21. Feminism and Curriculum: Getting Our Act Together (2000)
Madeleine R. Grumet and Lynda Stone

22. A Womanist Experience of Caring: Understanding the Pedagogy of Exemplary Black Women Teachers
Tamara Beaubeouf-Lafontent

23. Critical Race Theory, Latino Critical Theory, and Critical Raced-Gendered Epistemologies: Recognizing Students of Color as Holders and Creators of Knowledge (2002)
Delores Delgado Bernal

24. Turning the Closets Inside/Out: Towards a Queer-Feminist Theory in Women’s Physical Education (1998)
Heather Skyes

25. Queer Politics in Schools: A Rancièrean Reading (2010)
Claudia Ruitenberg

26. Cold Case: Reopening the File on Tolerance in Teaching and Learning Across Difference (2005)
Ann Chinnery

27. Unveiling Cross-Cultural Conflict: Gendered Cultural Practice in Polycultural Society (2007)
Sharon Todd

Epilogue
Lynda Stone

Index


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