Changing the Subject

Changing the Subject : Women in Higher Education

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  • Paperback | 224 pages
  • 156 x 230 x 16mm | 322.06g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0748402829
  • 9780748402823

Table of contents

Section 1 The Experiences of Women in Higher Education: Being Different is a Very Difficult Roe to Hoe: Survival strategies of women academics; Caught Between Two Worlds: Mothers as academics; Ivory Towers and Ebony Women: The experiences of black women in higher education; Fighting Back or Biting Back: Lesbians in higher education; Academic Women: What are we doing to ourselves. Section 2 The Empowerment of Women in Higher Education: Commonality and Difference: Theory and practice; Postgraduate Students: Empowering ourselves; Getting Down to Writing: A group project within women's studies; The Influence of Feminism in Black Women in Higher Education; Empowering Women With Disabilities in Higher Education. Section 3 Women Challenging the Mainstream Curriculum in Higher Education: Is a Feminist Pedagogy Possible?; Transforming the Household: Mature women students and access to Higher Education; Health and Caring in a Feminist Context; Exploring the Contributions Feminism has Made to Social Work Educators; Transforming the more