By E. Wilson
By E. Wilson
By M. Casper,P. Currah,Monica J. Casper,Paisley Currah
By Karlene Faith
Originally released in 1988. This publication offers an outline of women’s event, entry and desires in distance schooling. It comprises contributions on distance studying programmes in Holland, Canada, the South Pacific, West Germany, Australia, New Zealand, Israel, Kenta, nice Britain, India, Papua New Guinea, Sweden and Turkey. inside of this range are universal foreign issues at the nature of the tutorial technique for girls in distance studying, no matter if the topic is construction development or paintings educating. The incorporation of a ancient viewpoint and an assessment of the customers for the long run contextualises the descriptions of the ways that ladies are at present re-defining themselves via distance schooling round the world.
By Kathrin Heinz
By Anna Arrowsmith
By Wendy Harcourt
Engaging within the most modern feminist considering and motion, the ebook describes the struggles round physique politics for individuals dwelling in financial and socially weak groups and covers a wide diversity of gender and improvement concerns, together with fundamentalism, sexualities and new applied sciences, from various viewpoints. The book's originality comes throughout the author's wealthy adventure and engagement in feminist activism and worldwide physique politics and was once winner of the 2010 FWSA ebook Prize.
By Silvio Schwartz
By Brett Stockdill,Mary Yu Danico
The universal false impression that racism, sexism, and homophobia now not plague collage lifestyles heightens the trouble to dismantle the interlocking sorts of oppression that undergird the ivory tower. individuals display that girls, LGBTQ humans, and other people of colour proceed to stand systemic varieties of bias and discrimination on campuses in the course of the U.S. Curriculum and pedagogy, review of scholarship, and the techniques of tenure and advertising are all weighted down with inequities either blatant and covert. The individuals to this quantity defy the strain to assimilate through severely studying own and collective struggles. talking from various social areas and backgrounds, they study antiracist, feminist, and queer techniques to instructing and mentoring, learn and writing, educational tradition and practices, progress and improvement of disciplines, campus activism, university-community partnerships, and confronting privilege.
Transforming the Ivory Tower might be required analyzing for all scholars, school, and directors trying to comprehend bias and discrimination in larger schooling and to have interaction in social justice paintings off and on university campuses. It deals a proactive strategy encompassing institutional and cultural adjustments that foster recognize, inclusion, and transformation.
Contributors: Michael Armato , Rick Bonus, Jose Guillermo Zapata Calderon, Mary Yu Danico, Christina Gómez , David Naguib Pellow, Brett C. Stockdill, Linda Trinh Võ.
By Rachel Woodward,Trish Winter
Sexing the Soldier takes a severe examine how gender - what it skill to be a guy or a girl - is known in the modern British military, and the political and sensible effects of this. Drawing on unique learn, this informaive volume looks at:
Using case experiences starting from the exclusion of girls from direct wrestle posts, to the problems surrounding bullying, this ebook argues that we'd like a fuller, extra nuanced evaluate of gender concerns within the army that strikes past the simplistic rules approximately women's and men's 'natural' capacities for soldiering.
By Julia Sudbury