Learning from our lives : women, research, and autobiography in education
Containing 11 autobiographical accounts from educational researchers, this work looks at how research, emerging from diverse women's lives, shapes educational knowledge and discourse. It offers insights into how education might change as women assume positions of intellectual leadership.
Print Book, English, ©1997
Teachers College Press, New York, ©1997
ix, 261 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
9780807735947, 9780807735930, 0807735949, 0807735930
Exclusions and Awakenings; Dismantling Borders; for Coloured Girls who have Considered Suicide when the Academy's not Enough; Schooling, Literacy and Cultural Diversity; Learning from Silence and Story in Post-Holocaust Lives; the Weaving of Personal Origins and Research; Being and Becoming a Historian of Education; Accident, Awareness and Actualization; First Words, Still Words; Recollections of an African American Woman Scholar; Learning out of School and in. (Part contents)