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ERIC Number: ED531000
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2012
Pages: 426
Abstractor: ERIC
Reference Count: 0
ISBN: ISBN-978-1-4331-0637-8
ISSN: N/A
Sexualities in Education: A Reader. Counterpoints: Studies in the Postmodern Theory of Education. Volume 367
Meiners, Erica R., Ed.; Quinn, Therese, Ed.
Peter Lang New York
With germinal texts, new writings, and related art, "Sexualities in Education: A Reader" illuminates a broad scope of analysis and organization. Composed of a framing essay and nine sections edited by established and emerging scholars and addressing critical topics for researchers and students of sexualities and education, the text provides a timely overview of sexualities considered through a variety of educational lenses and theoretical frameworks. Threads woven throughout include visual, literary, and performing arts; youth perspectives; and an emphasis on justice work in education. The volume provides entry points for students and practitioners at a range of levels. Research-based articles, essays, interviews, poetry and ready-to-reproduce visual materials from the Americas, Europe, and Asia are linked to a resource section to facilitate deep learning, on-going investigation, and informed action. Contents include: (1) Introduction: Love, Labor, and Learning--Yours in the Struggle (Therese Quinn and Erica R. Meiners); (2) Introduction: Bending the Terrain--Queer and Justice Issues Infiltrate the Education Map (Connie E. North); (3) From Here to Queer: Mapping Sexualities in Education (Elizabeth J. Meyer); (4) Sweatshop-Produced Rainbow Flags and Participatory Patriarchy: Why the Gay Rights Movement Is a Sham (Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore); (5) Differences and Divisions: Social Inequality in Sex Education Debates and Policies (Jessica Fields); (6) Pedagogy and the Sista' Professor: Teaching Black Queer Feminist Studies through the Self (Mel Michelle Lewis); (7) Introduction--Society Can Only Be as Free and Open as Its Schools (Lucy Bailey and Karen Graves); (8) How Sweet It Is! (Jackie M. Blount); (9) The Religious Right and Public Education: The Paranoid Politics of Homophobia (Catherine A. Lugg); (10) "We're Here and We're Fabulous": Contemporary U.S.-American LGBT Youth Activism (Warren J. Blumenfeld); (11) Introduction: Teaching as Whole Self (Isabel Nunez); (12) White Trash: Manifesting the Bisexual (Carolyn Pajor Ford); (13) Apple Jumper, Teacher Babe, and Bland Uniformer Teachers: Fashioning Feminine Teacher Bodies (Becky Atkinson); (14) Bound and Gagged: Sexual Silences, Gender Conformity, and the Gay Male Teacher (Eric Rofes); (15) Knot a Love Story (Jane Gallop); (16) Paper Machete (Coya Paz Brownrigg); (17) Introduction: Schooling Students in Gender and Sexuality Expectations (Darla Linville); (18) Walking the Line: Teaching, Being, and Thinking Sexuality in Elementary School (Erica M. Boas); (19) Becoming Mr. Cougar: Institutionalizing Heterosexuality and Homophobia at River High (C.J. Pascoe); (20) The Right Way to Be Gay: How School Structures Sexual Inequality (Kathleen O. Elliott); (21) Virtual, Welcoming, Queer, School Community: An Interview with Dave Glick (Darla Linville); (22) Introduction: Realidadesrealities, Palabraswords, yand Estudiosstudies: LGBTQIQ Youth in Schools (Jillian Ford); (23) Queer and Transgender Youth: Education and Liberation in Our Schools (Anneliese A. Singh and Ken Jackson); (24) "Being Queer Is the Luckiest Thing": Investigating a New Generation's Use of Queer within Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) Student Groups (Jane Bryan Meek); (25) Let Me in! The Impact of the Discourse of Impossibility on Research and Curricular (Re)formation (Sandra J. Schmidt); (26) Introduction: Crossing Borders (Jukka Lehtonen); (27) Citizenship and Sexuality: What Do We Mean by "Citizenship"? (Diane Richardson); (28) What's Queer Got to Do with It? Interrogating Nationalism and Imperialism (Roland Sintos Coloma); (29) Under Construction: Sexualities in Rural Spaces (Jay Poole and C.P. Gause); (30) LGBT, to Be or Not to Be? Education about Sexual Preferences and Gender Identities Worldwide (Peter Dankmeijer); (31) Sexuality, Secularism, and the Nation--Reading Swedish School Policies (Irina Schmitt); (32) Drama Performances Address Stigma, Discrimination of MSM and HIV/AIDS Prevention (Silja Rajander and Phal Sophat); (33) Yogyakarta Principles--For the Rights of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender People (Jukka Lehtonen); (34) Introduction: Another Telling Representational Effect (Karyn Sandlos); (35) Queer Pedagogy and Its Strange Techniques (Deborah P. Britzman); (36) Making the AIDS Ghostwriters Visible (Francisco Ibanez-Carrasco); (37) "A Different Idea" in the Sex Education Curriculum: Thinking Through the Emotional Experience of Sexuality (Brian Casemore); (38) Christmas Effects (Eve Sedgwick); (39) Feel Tank (Lauren Berlant); (40) Introduction: Educating to Affirm Life: Sexuality, Politics, and Education (Angel Rubiel Gonzalez); (41) Queer Youth of Color Organizing for Safe & Affirming Education (Sam Finkelstein, Lucky Mosqueda, Adrian Birrueta, and Eric Kitty); (42) Education in the Streets: ACT UP, Emotion, and New Modes of Being (Deborah B. Gould); (43) A Rainbow in Black: The Gay Politics of the Black Panther Party (Ronald K. Porter); (44) Who Is Asian? Representing a Panethnic Continent in Community Activism (Alan Wong); (45) Gender Sovereignty (Sendolo Diaminah); (46) Resource Guide for Educators (Tim Barnett); and (47) Teaching Sexuality and Relationships Education in Multicultural Classrooms in the Netherlands (Daphne van de Bongar).
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Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Students; Practitioners
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: N/A
Identifiers: Netherlands