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Title Leaders in gender and education : intellectual self-portraits / edited by Marcus B. Weaver-Hightower, University of North Dakota, USA, and Christine Skelton, University of Birmingham, UK
Published Rotterdam : SensePublishers, 2013
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Description 1 online resource (xii, 239 pages)
Series Leaders in Educational Studies ; v. 4
Leaders in educational studies ; v. 4
Contents Gender and Education / Marcus B. Weaver-Hightower, Christine Skelton -- Forever Troubling / Jillian Blackmore -- Equal Rights, to a Certain Extent / Raewyn Connell -- A "Mother" of Feminist Sociology of Education? / Miriam E. David -- Life in Three-Walled Rooms / Margaret Eisenhart -- A Feminist DNA / Debbie Epstein -- Making an Impact? / Becky Francis -- A Defiant Research Imagination / Jane Kenway -- An Intellectual Autobiography / Patti Lather -- Positions/Dispositions / Bob Lingard -- Revisiting the Making of Men and other Texts / Máirtín Mac an Ghaill -- On a Commitment to Gender and Sexual Minority Justice / Wayne J. Martino -- History, Place and Generation / Julie McLeod -- Men, Feminism and Education / Martin Mills -- Pioneering Gender Equity in Education: A Love Story / David M. Sadker -- Feminism and Social Class / Christine Skelton -- A Conversation with the Field / Lyn Yates
Summary Gender studies are a key lens through which education has been examined in the past forty years, having become an accepted and popular subfield in educational foundations studies. Moreover, scholars in gender and education have made tremendous contributions well beyond education, influencing humanities and social sciences scholars across the academy. Hearing the stories of these scholars their development, education, important works, and thoughts on the future offers unique insights into the genesis and growth of the field and gives new scholars an overview of advances made. Leaders in Gender and Education: Intellectual Self-Portraits does just that, showing the history of gender and education through the eyes of 16 of its leaders. By recounting their experiences and scholarly work, they trace the development of feminist and profeminist research on girls, on boys, and on the issues shaping both gender and education issues like race, sexuality, neoliberalism, globalization, and more. Importantly, the volume has a global focus, including scholars from the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Australia. This diversity gives readers a broad sense of the progress of gender scholarship in education around the world. Each essay provides students and researchers alike with not only background on the 16 scholars included, but also the lists of major works chosen by contributors themselves direct readers to some of the most important scholarship on gender and education. Taken together, further, the contributors thoughts on the future of the field provide glimpses of productive directions for studies of gender and education
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed September 9, 2013)
Subject Feminism and education.
Gender identity in education.
Education -- Social aspects.
Educational sociology.
Form Electronic book
Author Weaver-Hightower, Marcus B., editor
Skelton, Christine, editor
ISBN 9462093032
9462093059 (electronic bk.)
9789462093034
9789462093058 (electronic bk.)