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Feminism and intersectionality in academia : women's narratives and experiences in higher education

Author: Stephanie Anne Shelton; Jill Ewing Flynn; Tanetha Jamay Grosland; National Council of Teachers of English.
Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018] ©2018
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This edited volume explores the diversities and complexities of women's experiences in higher education. Its emphasis on personal narratives provides a forum for topics not typically found in in print, such as mental illness, marital difficulties, and gender identity. The intersectional narratives afford typically disenfranchised women opportunities to share experiences in ways that de-center standard academic  Read more...
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Feminism and intersectionality in academia.
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
(DLC) 2018940740
(OCoLC)1029892760
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Stephanie Anne Shelton; Jill Ewing Flynn; Tanetha Jamay Grosland; National Council of Teachers of English.
ISBN: 9783319905907 3319905902
OCLC Number: 1043830994
Description: 1 online resource (ix, 210 pages)
Contents: Introduction: The moments that became a book --
the need for intersectional women's narratives in academia / Stephanie Anne Shelton, Jill Ewing Flynn and Tanetha Jamay Grosland --
Part I: The superwoman complex : the challenges of family life for women in the academy. "I would never let my wife do that" : the stories we tell to stay afloat / Amy Tondreau --
Building a compass : leaving, loss, and daughterhood in academia / Maureen A. Flint --
The undecided narratives of becoming-mother, becoming-Ph. D. / Kelly W. Guyotte --
Showing up / Sarah R. Hick --
Superwoman goes camping : the on-going quest to right-size my life / Sharon I. Radd --
Part II: The less traveled and less valued pathways : examining the devaluation of women's contributions to the academy. There and back and there again : notes on a professional journey / Cheryl R. Richardson --
A woman's worth : valuing self, risk, and (re)vision / Tanetha Jamay Grosland --
The ancestral double dutch : from cotton myths to future dreams / Stephanie P. Jones --
Part III: The importance of intersectionality : exploring the diversities of women in the academy. Honest and uncomfortable : a loving look at my exclusive campus / Lisa M. Dembouski --
Afro-Puerto Rican primas : identity, pedagogy, and solidarity / Erica R. Davila and Ann M. Aviles --
Lessons on humility : white women's racial allyship in academia / Daniela Gachago --
Living with three strikes : being a transwoman of color in education / Aryah O.S. Lester --
Part IV: Vulnerability in the academy : women explore emotionality, affect, and self-care. You can't un-see color : a Ph. D., a divorce, and The Wizard of Oz / Meghan E. Barnes --
Doctor of vulnerability and resilience / Janine de Novais --
Teaching and learning within feminist dystopias / Alyssa D. Niccolini --
Re-introducing the phoenix within / Cheryl E. Matias. Intro; Acknowledgements; Contents; Chapter 1: Introduction: The Moments That Became a Book-The Need for Intersectional Women's Narratives in Academia; The Political Contexts of Women's Experiences; Intersectionality and Women in Academia; Feminism, Intersectionality, and This Book; Part I: The Superwoman Complex: The Challenges of Family Life for Women in the Academy; Part II: The Less Traveled and Less Valued Pathways: Examining the Devaluation of Women's Contributions to the Academy; Part III: The Importance of Intersectionality: Exploring the Diversities of Women in the Academy Part IV: Vulnerability in the Academy: Women Explore Emotionality, Affect, and Self-Care; Honoring Hidden and Suppressed Narratives; References; Part I: The Superwoman Complex: The Challenges of Family Life for Women in the Academy; Chapter 2: "I Would Never Let My Wife Do That": The Stories We Tell to Stay Afloat; Dissatisfaction; Permission; Initiation; Performance; Revision; Continuation; References; Chapter 3: Building a Compass: Leaving, Loss, and Daughterhood in Academia; Leaving; Building Multiple Compasses; From; Leaving; Loss; Shift; Returns; References Chapter 4: The Undecided Narratives of Becoming-Mother, Becoming-Ph. D.; Motherhood; Motherhood/Work; Motherhood/Work/Undecided; Becoming-Multiple; Coda; References; Chapter 5: Showing Up; Getting There; Getting Through, Getting By; Getting Better; Getting to Class; Reference; Chapter 6: Superwoman Goes Camping: The On-Going Quest to Right-Size My Life; Career as Camping; Does Superwoman Own a Tent or Drive an RV?; Every Day, Another Opportunity to Fuel the RV or Enjoy the Tent; Embracing the Tent Part II: The Less Traveled and Less Valued Pathways: Examining the Devaluation of Women's Contributions to the Academy; Chapter 7: There and Back and There Again: Notes on a Professional Journey; Beginning of the Journey; Charting a Path; Diversions, Timing, and Detours; Charting a Professional Life; Mapping a Career; Looking Back on My Journey; Chapter 8: A Woman's Worth: Valuing Self, Risk, and (Re)vision; Risk and (Trans)Formation; Fourth-Grade Excitement; In My Clinic; My World as a Teaching Academic; The (Un)Familiar: The Not New of Newness; Unwieldy but Highly Valued and Traveled; References Chapter 9: The Ancestral Double Dutch: From Cotton Myths to Future Dreams; On My Way Back; Cotton Myths; Survival; Mapping; Dreaming of Darkness; References; Part III: The Importance of Intersectionality: Exploring the Diversities of Women in the Academy; Chapter 10: Honest and Uncomfortable: A Loving Look at My Exclusive Campus; Just One Small Thing; Me, Briefly; My Work; Getting Woke; Inclusion: "Easy" as 1-2-3; Safety; It's on All of Us; A Willingness to Change; References; Chapter 11: Afro-Puerto Rican Primas: Identity, Pedagogy, and Solidarity; Situating Our HerStory; Tides of Consciousness; Reflections Remain in Broken Mirrors; Struggle, Love, and Liberation; Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy; References Chapter 12: Lessons on Humility: White Women's Racial Allyship in Academia; Chapter 13: Living with Three Strikes: Being a Transwoman of Color in Education; Part IV: Vulnerability in the Academy: Women Explore Emotionality, Affect, and Self-Care; Chapter 14: You Can't Un-See Color: A Ph. D., A Divorce, and The Wizard of Oz; Chapter 15: Doctor of Vulnerability and Resilience; Chapter 16: Teaching and Learning Within Feminist Dystopias; Chapter 17: Re-introducing the Phoenix Within; Afterword.
Responsibility: Stephanie Anne Shelton, Jill Ewing Flynn, Tanetha Jamay Grosland, editors.

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