ERIC Number: ED531000
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2012
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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).
Descriptors: Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS), Sex Education, Citizenship, Intimacy, Foreign Countries, Homosexuality, Sexuality, Emotional Experience, Gender Discrimination, Resource Materials, Postmodernism, Visual Literacy, Justice, Civil Rights, Educational Policy, Feminism, Teaching Methods, Religion, Political Attitudes, Human Body, Drama, Minority Groups, African Americans, Politics, Activism, Cultural Pluralism
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