Feminist Pedagogy Bibliography compiled by Penny Welch, University of Wolverhampton, in August 2000
Aaron, J. & Walby, S. (eds.) (1991), Out of the Margins: Women's Studies in the Nineties, Falmer Press, London.
Adkins, L. & Leonard, D. (1992), 'From Academia to the Education Marketplace: United Kingdom Women's Studies in the 1990s', Women's Studies Quarterly, 3 & 4, 28- 37.
Aziz, R. (1992), 'Feminism and the Challenge of Racism: Deviance or Difference?' in Crowley, H. and Himmelweit, S. (1992), Knowing Women: Feminism and Knowledge, Polity Press , Oxford.
Bignell, K.C. (1996), 'Building Feminist Praxis out of Feminist Pedagogy: the Importance of Students' Perspectives', Women's Studies International Forum, vol. 19, pp. 315-325.
Brady, J. (1993), 'A Feminist Pedagogy of Multiculturalism', International Journal of Educational Reform, 2/2, pp.119-125.
Briskin, Linda and Coulter, Rebecca (1992), 'Feminist Pedagogy: Challenging the Normative', Canadian Journal of Education, vol. 17, pp. 24-263.
Brown, J. (1992), 'What Exactly is Feminist Pedagogy?', The Journal of General Education, Vol. 41, pp.51-63.
Cannon, L.W. (1990), 'Fostering Positive Race, Class, and Gender Dynamics in the Classroom', Women's Studies Quarterly, 1 & 2, pp.126-134.
Curtis, A.C. (1998), 'Creating Culturally Responsive Curriculum: Making Race Matter', The Clearing House: a Journal of Educational Research, Controversy and Practices, vol. 17, pp. 135-139.
Culley, M. and Portugues, C. (1985) (eds), Gendered Subjects: the Dynamics of Feminist Teaching, Routledge and Kegan Paul, Boston.
Currie, D. & Kazi, H. (1987), 'Academic Feminism and the Process of De- radicalization: Re-examining the Issues', Feminist Review, No 25, March.
Danaan, L. de (1990, 'Center to Margin: Dynamics in a Global Classroom' Women's Studies Quarterly, 1 & 2, pp.135-144.
Dix, C. (1973), 'Where to Study Women's Studies', Spare Rib, No 18, 35-36.
Edney, M. and Langton, T. (1974), 'Feminist Subversion', Spare Rib, No 20, pp. 12-14.
Essed, P. (1994), 'Making and Breaking Ethnic Boundaries: Women's Studies, Diversity and Racism', Women's Studies Quarterly, 3 & 4, pp. 232 - 249.
Evans, E. (1982), 'In Praise of Theory: the Case for Women's Studies' Feminist Review, No 10, February, 61-74.
Fay, E. (1992), 'Anger in the Classroom: Women, Voice and Fear', Radical Teacher, No. 42, pp. 13-16.
Freedman, E.B. (1990), 'Small Group Pedagogy: Consciousness Raising in Conservative Times', National Women's Studies Association Newletter, 2/4, pp. 603-623.
Henry, A. (1993), 'There are No Safe Places: Pedagogy as Powerful and Dangerous Terrain', Action in Teacher Education, 15/4, pp. 1-4.
Hesse-Biber, S. and Kesler Gilbert, M. (1994), 'Closing the Technological Gender Gap: Feminist Pedagogy in the Computer-Assisted Classroom', Teaching Sociology, vol. 22, pp. 19-31.
hooks, b. (1989), Talking Back: Thinking Feminist, Thinking Black, Sheba , London.
Hughes, K.P. (1995), 'Feminist Pedagogy and Feminist Epistemology: an Overview', International Journal of Lifelong Education, 14/3, May-June, pp. 214-230.
Hull, G.T., Scott, P.B and Smith, B. (eds),(1982), All the Women are White, All the Blacks are Men, But Some of Us are Brave, Feminist Press, Old Westbury, N.Y.
Hurstfield, J. and Phillips, E. (1983), 'Teaching Feminism - a Contradiction in Terms?', Feminist Review, No 15, November, 94-98.
Jackson, S. (1997), 'Crossing Borders and Changing Pedagogies: From Giroux and Freire to Feminist Theories of Education', Gender and Education, 9/4, pp. 457-467.
James, J. (1991), 'Reflections on Teaching "Gender, Race and Class"', Feminist Teacher, 5/3, pp. 9-15.
Kimmich, A. (1999), '"I Found Hope", or Reflections on Theory-Practice Pedagogy', Women's Studies Quarterly, Nos. 3 & 4, pp. 59-69.
Luke, C. (1994), 'Women in the Academy: the Politics of Speech and Silence', British Journal of Sociology of Education, 15/2, pp. 211 - 230.
McCulley, L. and Patterson, P. (1996), 'Feminist Empowerment through the Internet', Feminist Collections, vol. 17, no. 2.
Morley, L. (1993), 'Women's Studies as Empowerment of "Non-Traditional" Learners in Community and Youth Work: A Case Study', in Kennedy, M. et al (eds.), Making Connections: Women's Studies, Women's Movements, Women's Lives, Taylor & Francis, London.
Newman, E. (1999), 'Ethical Issues in Teaching about Violence against Women', Women's Studies Quarterly, Nos. 1 & 2, pp.197-202.
Parry, S. (1996), 'Feminist Pedagogy and Techniques for the Changing Classroom', Women's Studies Quarterly, Nos. 3 & 4, pp. 45 - 54.
Ropers-Huilman, B. (1996), Still Waters Run Deep: Meanings of Silence in Feminist Classrooms', Feminist Teacher, 10/1, pp. 3-7.
Ruggiero, C. (1990) 'Teaching Women's Studies: the Repersonalization of our Politics', Women' Studies International Forum, vol. 13, pp. 469-475.
Scanlon, J. (1993), 'Keeping our Activist Selves Alive in the Classroom: Feminist Pedagogy and Political activism', Feminist Teacher, 7/2, pp.8-13.
Schniedewind, N. (1983), 'Feminist Values: Guidelines for a Teaching Methodology in Women's Studies' in Bunch, C. and Pollack, S. (eds) Learning Our Way: Essays in Feminist Education, The Crossing Press: New York.
Shapiro, A. (1991), 'Creating a Conversation: Teaching All Women in the Feminist Classroom', National Women's Studies Association Newletter, 3/1, pp.70-80.
Shrewsbury, C. (1993), 'What is Feminist Pedagogy?, Women's Studies Quarterly, Nos. 3 & 4, pp. 8-16.
Smith, B. (1982), 'Racism and Women's Studies' in Hull, G.T., Scott, P.B and Smith, B. (eds), All the Women are White, All the Blacks are Men, But Some of Us are Brave, Feminist Press, Old Westbury, N.Y.
Wallace, P. (1993), 'Authority and Egalitarianism: What Can They Mean in the Feminist Classroom?', Action in Teacher Education, 15/4, pp.14-19.
Warren, K. and Rheingold, A. (1993), 'Feminist Pedagogy and Experiential Education: a Critical Look', Journal of Experiential Education, 16/3, pp.25-31.
Weiler, K. ( 1991), "Freire and a Feminist Pedagogy of Difference', Harvard Educational Review, vol. 61, pp. 449-474.
Welch, P. (1994), 'Is a Feminist Pedagogy Possible?' in Davies, S. et al (eds.) Changing the Subject: Women in Higher Education, Taylor & Francis, London.
Welch, P. (1997), 'What Can Tutors and Students Do to Promote Egalitarian Relationships in the Women's Studies Classroom?' in Montgomery, F & Collette, C (eds), Into the Melting Pot: Women's Studies in the New Millennium, Ashgate: Aldershot.
Welch, P. (1998),'To What Extent Can Feminist Approaches to Teaching Be Used Across the HE Curriculum?', Proceedings of the Improving University Teaching Conference, University of Maryland and Dublin City University, July 1998.
Welch, P. (1999),'The Politics of Teaching Women's Studies', Women's Studies Quarterly, 27, nos. 3 & 4, 1999, pp. 70-76
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