ERIC Number: ED347098
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1982-Apr
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Women Art Educators.
Zimmerman, Enid, Ed.; Stankiewicz, Mary Ann, Ed.
This collection of papers on women art educators reveals the variety of roles played by those women, from anonymous art teachers to leaders in their profession. "Mary Rouse: A Remembrance" (G. Hubbard) is a personal perspective on Rouse, the development of her career, and her considerable impact in the field of art education. "The Search for Mrs. Minot: An Essay on the Caprices of Historical Research" (R. Saunders) describes the difficult and time consuming process required to research the history of female educators who seemed to accept the stereotyped role of their era. "Woman, Artist, Art Educator: Professional Image Among Women Art Educators" (M. Stankiewicz) examines the stereotyped roles of both women and artists in the lives of three educators at Syracuse University (New York), 1900-1940. "Belle Boas: Her Kindly Spirit Touched All" (E. Zimmerman) recounts the life of this woman who was a transitional figure, both in styles of teaching and in the role of women as educators. "Marion Quin Dix: A 'People Picker' and a Innovator in American Education" (A. Gregory) is an interview with this leading educator. "Marion Quin Dix: Facilitator, Helper, Motivator, Colleague, and Friend" (J. Hausman) is a brief personal recollection of Dix. "What Happened to Malvina Hoffman?" (E. Zimmerman) discusses the role of the female artist/teacher. "American Indian Women as Art Educators" (L. Zastrow) examines the woman's role as artist and art educator among the Southwest U.S. Indian tribes. "Searching for Women Art Educators of the Past" (M. Stankiewicz) focuses on the problems of historical research in this field. (PPB)
Publication Type: Historical Materials
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Sponsor: Indiana Univ., Bloomington. Mary Rouse Memorial Fund.; Association for Research, Administration, Professional Councils & Societies, Reston, VA.
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