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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Feminist community engagement
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Susan Van Deventer Iverson; Jennifer Hauver James
|Description:||1 online resource|
Introduction / Susan V. Iverson and Jennifer H. James --
Feminism and community engagement : an overview / Susan V. Iverson and Jennifer H. James --
Conversations from within : critical race feminism on the routes of change / Begum Verjee and Shauna Butterwick --
Role modeling community engagement for college students : narratives from women faculty and staff of color / Jasmine Mena and Annemarie Vaccaro --
Social media for social justice : technofeminism in the digital village / Carolyn Cunningham and Heather Crandall --
Transgressing intellectual boundaries begins with transgressing physical ones : feminist community engagement as activist-apprentice pedagogy / Dana Bisignani --
Pay it forward : possibilities and poignancies of feminist service-learning enacted in a collegiate health education classroom / Christin Seher --
The personal is the political : community engagement with men as feminist border crossing / Lamea "Elle" Shaaban-Magana and Melanie Miller --
Moving from service to action : the rocxxy summer internship in feminist activism and leadership / Angela Clark-Taylor, Quinlan Mitchell, and KaeLyn Rich --
Developing sustainable community engagement by re-positioning programs into communities / Jana Noel --
Conclusions : re-visioning community engagement as feminist praxis / Jennifer H. James and Susan V. Iverson.
|Responsibility:||edited by Susan Iverson, Jennifer James.|
Contributors to this volume demonstrate how a feminist approach is strategically necessary for the community engagement movement in higher education to achieve its goals and illustrate the transformative potential of merging feminist theory with social action.
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