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ERIC Number: ED083617
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 18
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You Still Have a Long Way to Go, Baby: Neglected Women Writers; and Women's Studies and the High School English Curriculum.
Dunn, N. E.; Hedges, Elaine
Maryland English Journal, v11 n2 p2-18 Spring 1973
The first of these two articles on women's studies offers suggestions toward a specific course centered upon significant women novelists in twentieth century literature. It is suggested that the subject could be offered as a semester's work on the college or junior college level, and, with a more restricted scope, it could be adaptable to the high school mini-course. Most of the discussion is devoted to a consideration of an approach to the study of the novels of Ellen Glasgow. The second article examines women's studies that have been offered on the college and university level. Against this background, women's studies on the high school level are discussed, particularly the challenges and opportunities they present to the English teacher. (HOD)
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Authoring Institution: Maryland Council of Teachers of English, College Park.