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ERIC Number: ED264791
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1985-Jul-15
Pages: 328
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: ISBN-0-8476-7407-X
ISSN: N/A
Women's Place in the Academy: Transforming the Liberal Arts Curriculum.
Schuster, Marilyn R., Ed.; Van Dyne, Susan R., Ed.
Integration of the recent scholarship on women and minorities into the undergraduate curriculum is discussed in 18 articles. Attention is directed to case studies, theoretical issues, models for institutional change, faculty development, syllabus redesign guidelines, and a bibliography arranged by academic fields. Article titles and authors include: "Curricular Change for the Twenty-first Century: Why Women?" (Marilyn R. Schuster, Susan R. Van Dyne); "Stages of Curriculum Transformation (Schuster, Van Dyne); "Reassessing Coeducation" (Susan Kirschner, Jane Monnig Atkinson, Elizabeth Arch); "Redefining Women's Education (Jeanine Elliott); "Women's Studies/Black Studies: Learning from Our Common Pasts, Forging a Common Future" (Margaret L. Andersen); "Complicating the Question: Black Studies and Women's Studies" (Johnella E. Butler); "Changing the Institution" (Schuster, Van Dyne); "Beyond Departmental Boundaries" (Schuster, Van Dyne); "Initiating a Curriculum Integration Project: Lessons from the Campus and the Region" (Betty Schmitz, Myra Dinnerstein, Nancy Mairs); "Out of Necessity: National Summer Institute in Women's Studies, the Great Lakes Colleges Association" (Barbara Caruso, Katherine Loring); "Wheaton College Dissemination Conference: Sharing Resources" (Bonnie B. Spanier); "The Changing Classroom" (Schuster, Van Dyne); "Deconstructing in Women's Studies to Reconstructing the Humanities" (Elaine Marks); "Rethinking Philosophy" (Helen E. Longino); "Transforming a Course in American Literary Realism" (John Schilb); "Communicating Difference: Forms of Resistance" (Judith Anderson, Stephen Grubman); "Transforming the Social Sciences" (Greta Salem, Stephen Sharkey); and "Integrating the Feminist Perspective into Courses in Introductory Biology" (Sue V. Rosser). Syllabus redesign guidelines, a selected bibliography, and notes on contributors are appended. (SW)
Rowman & Allanheld, 81 Adams Drive, Totowa, NJ 07512 ($24.95 cloth copy--ISBN-0-8476-7407-X; $13.95 paper copy--ISBN-0-8476-7408-8).
Publication Type: Books; Opinion Papers; Reference Materials - Bibliographies; Guides - Classroom - Teacher
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Administrators; Practitioners
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: N/A