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  Volume 19, Number 1, 2008

Table of Contents

From: Feminist Teacher

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Articles

Introduction—Feminist Pedagogies in Action: Teaching beyond Disciplines

pp. 1-12
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Theme 1: The Role of Reflexivity

Full-Contact Pedagogy: Lecturing with Questions and Student-Centered Assignments as Methods for Inciting Self-Reflexivity for Faculty and Students

pp. 13-30
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Fostering Preservice Teacher Identity in Science through a Student-Selected Project

pp. 31-46
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Theme 2: Action Orientation

Facilitating Smart-Girl: Feminist Pedagogy in Service Learning in Action

pp. 47-67
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Abstracts

Due to space constraints, the Introduction plus the first three essays appear in 19.1; the abstracts to the latter three essays also appear here. The full text of the final three articles will appear in 19.2.

Theme 3: Attention to the Affective Components

Teaching Sensitive Issues: Feminist Pedagogy and the Practice of Advocacy-Based Counseling

p. 68
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Theme 4: Use of the Situation-at-Hand

Feminist Disability Studies Pedagogy

p. 69
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The Old Woman and the Rug: The Wonder and Pain of Teaching (and Learning) Chemistry

p. 70
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Teaching Note

Against from Within: Finding Feminist Pedagogical Spaces between Academic Institutional Margins

pp. 71-73
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Book Reviews

Learning to Stand and Speak: Women, Education, and Public Life in America's Republic (review)

pp. 74-76
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Transforming Feminist Practice: Non-Violence, Social Justice, and the Possibilities of a Spiritualized Feminism (review)

pp. 76-78
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Snapshots of Bloomsbury: The Private Lives of Virginia Woolf and Vanessa Bell (review)

pp. 78-80
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Departments

Network News

pp. 81-82
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Our Contributors

pp. 83-85
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Research Areas

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