ERIC Number: ED533070
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2012-Feb
Reference Count: 0
Feminist Popular Education in Transnational Debates: Building Pedagogies of Possibility. Comparative Feminist Studies
Manicom, Linzi, Ed.; Walters, Shirley, Ed.
This book is a collection of grounded accounts by feminist popular educators reflecting critically on processes of collective learning and self- and social transformation in various geopolitical settings. Engaging contemporary feminist political issues and theory, contributors explore emerging pedagogical practices. This book contains the following: (1) Feminist Popular Education: Pedagogies, Politics, and Possibilities (Linzi Manicom and Shirley Walters); (2) Digging up the Ground Beneath Our Feet: Exploring Psychoanalytic Contributions to Feminist Popular Education (Barbara Williams and Anika Meckesheimer); (3) The Politics of Listening: The Power of Theatre to Create Dialogic Spaces (Shauna Butterwick); (4) Twenty Year Sentences: Women's Writing Workshops in U.S. Prisons and Jails (Tobi Jacobi); (5) Venus in Lesotho: Women, Theatre, and the Collapsible Boundaries of Silence (Katt Lissard); (6) Shaping the Magic: Reflections on Some Core Principles of Feminist Popular Education (Dorine Platenga); (7) Heart-felt Pedagogy in the Time of HIV and AIDS (Heather Ferris and Shirley Walters); (8) "Becoming the Change You Want to See in the World" (Michel Friedman); (9) No More Silence: Forging a Feminist Path towards Collective Decolonization (Carol Lynne D'Arcangelis and Audrey Huntley); (10) www.net: Quest(ion)ing transformative Possibilities of the Web (Jenny Horsman); (11) Feminist Artists and Popular Education: The Creative Turn (Darlene Clover); (12) The Intersecting Roles of Religion, Culture and Spirituality in Feminist Popular Education in a Post 9/11 U.S. Context (Elizabeth J. Tisdell, Felicia Brown-Haywood, Nadira Charaniya, and Jane West Walsh); (13) Holding onto Transformative Practices in a University: Musings of a Feminist Popular Educator (Salma Ismail); and (14) Feminist Health Education on the Net (Lynne Hunt and Deborah Kaercher).
Descriptors: Feminism, Popular Education, Psychiatry, Listening, Theater Arts, Writing Workshops, Correctional Institutions, Instruction, Internet, Artists, Higher Education, Transformative Learning, Religious Factors, Religion, Culture, Health Education, Females, Social Change, Political Issues, Educational Practices
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