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Title Changing The Subject : Women In Higher Education / Jocey Quinn, Sue Davies, Cathy Lubelska
Edition 1st
Published Taylor & Francis, 2017
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Description 1 online resource (224 pages)
Contents Introduction -- Part I. The Experiences of Women in Higher Education. 1. Being Different is a Very Difficult Roe to Hoe: Survival strategies of women academics -- 2. Caught Between Two Worlds: Mothers as academics -- 3. Ivory Towers and Ebony Women: The experiences of black women in higher education -- 4. Fighting Back or Biting Back: Lesbians in higher education -- 5. Academic Women: What are we doing to ourselves -- Part II. The Empowerment of Women in Higher Education. 6. Commonality and Difference: Theory and practice -- 7. Postgraduate Students: Empowering ourselves -- 8. Getting Down to Writing: A group project within women's studies -- 9. The Influence of Feminism in Black Women in Higher Education -- 10. Empowering Women With Disabilities in Higher Education -- Part III. Women Challenging the Mainstream Curriculum in Higher Education. 11. Is a Feminist Pedagogy Possible? -- 12. Transforming the Household: Mature women students and access to Higher Education -- 13. Health and Caring in a Feminist Context -- 14. Transforming the Curriculum
Summary "First Published in 1994. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company."--Provided by publisher
Subject Feminism and education -- Great Britain
Women -- Education (Higher) -- Great Britain
Genre/Form KongreƟ
Form Electronic book
Author Davies, Sue, editor.
Lubelska, Cathy, editor.
Quinn, Jocey, editor.
ISBN 1351572466
9781351572460