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© 2012

Feminist Popular Education in Transnational Debates

Building Pedagogies of Possibility

  • Editors
  • Linzi Manicom
  • Shirley Walters
Book

Part of the Comparative Feminist Studies Series book series (CFS)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Linzi Manicom, Shirley Walters
    Pages 1-23
  3. Dorine Plantenga
    Pages 25-40
  4. Carol Lynne D’Arcangelis, Audrey Huntley
    Pages 41-58
  5. Shauna Butterwick
    Pages 59-73
  6. Heather Ferris, Shirley Walters
    Pages 75-91
  7. Katt Lissard
    Pages 93-109
  8. Tobi Jacobi
    Pages 111-127
  9. Anika Meckesheimer, Barbara Williams
    Pages 129-145
  10. Jenny Horsman
    Pages 147-162
  11. Lynne Hunt, Deborah Kaercher
    Pages 163-176
  12. Darlene E. Clover
    Pages 193-208
  13. Michel Friedman
    Pages 209-225
  14. Elizabeth J. Tisdell, Felicia Brown-Haywood, Nadira Charaniya, Jane West Walsh
    Pages 227-246
  15. Back Matter
    Pages 247-259

About this book

Introduction

This book is a collection of grounded accounts by feminist popular educators reflecting critically on processes of collective learning andself- and social transformation in various geopolitical settings.The contributorsadd to the debateon the forging of feminist praxis today.

Keywords

42624 colonization culture education geopolitics health learning politics psychoanalysis religion theatre transformation university women writing

About the authors

SHIRLEY WALTERS Founding director of the Centre for Adult and Continuing Education.

LINZI MANICOMCoordinator of the Service Learning Program at New College, University of Toronto, Canada,and teaches in the New College Writing Centre.

Bibliographic information

Reviews

"Like its predecessor, Gender in Popular Education, this book makes visible 'the innovative, challenging creative work undertaken by feminist popular educators, sometimes under the most trying conditions'. Sixteen years on, we have a collection of chapters that are exemplary stories of praxis, weaving together feminist and pedagogic theory and practice for action, illustrating how feminist popular education is 'a means to both exercise and contest power' . . . The 21 authors all deal with the tensions and contradictions, revelations and crucial insights that arise in/out of doing this work and they describe and critically analyse their craft, giving us valuable insight into the workings of feminist popular education." - International Journal of Lifelong Education