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Sara Goodman

Sara Goodman

Lecturer

Sara Goodman

ReSisters in Conversation: Representation Responsibility Complexity Pedagogy

Author

  • Giovanna Covi et al
  • Joan Anim-Addo
  • Sara Goodman

Summary, in English

Resisters in Conversation is one of a series of booklets that present conversations and reflections on feminist issues within a trans-European academic context. Each is written by a different group of academics from across Europe. They have one thing in common: a passionate interest in teaching and feminist politics. Building on this, the authors address specific issues generated by the national and disciplinary boundareis of women's and gender studies. Using varied collaborative methods they highlight the tensions, pleasures and responsibilities of developing an effective and critical feminist pedagogy that attempts to be truly transnational. In this volume, Seven ReSisters from Italy, England, Spain, Sweden, Germany and Greece offer their collective inquiry into issues of race, migration and interculturality, focussing on representations of diversity and complexity.

Department/s

  • Department of Gender Studies

Publishing year

2006

Language

English

Publication/Series

Travelling Concepts in Feminist Pedagogy: European perspectives

Document type

Book

Publisher

Raw Nerve Books

Topic

  • Gender Studies

Keywords

  • gender
  • feminism
  • interdisciplinarity
  • critical pedagogy
  • interculturality
  • anti-racism.
  • diversity
  • pedagogy

Status

Published

Project

  • Athena Socrates Thematic Network Project

Research group

  • Travelling Concepts: Resisters

ISBN/ISSN/Other

  • ISBN: 0-9553586-0-4; 978-0-9553586-0-9